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On the 12th Day of Christmas, Our Father Gave To Us . . . Twelve Teachers Teaching Eleven Faithful Apostles Ten Good Commandments Nine Choirs of Angels Eight Blessed Beatitudes Seven Sacred Gifts Six Creation Days Five Holy Books Four Gospel Preachers Three in One Two Testaments and A Savior in a Manger If you would like to transform your Christmas from 12 hours of frenzied merrymaking to 12 days of joyful and prayerful celebration, celebrate Christmas for all 12 days! All of the sudden, Christmas is not a 1-day production, it is a joyful season, a time to thank God for His many gifts of faith during each day of Christmas. Visit our website - www.LiveTheTwelveDays.com - to read more about the history, listen to the Itunes preview of the song, view the youtube link, read about the European traditions once observed by faithful Christians, and even purchase an ornament kit for hours of family fun! P.S. The song "Our Father Gave To Us The 12 Days of Christmas," which is sung by the Carpool Choir, is also available on ITunes. Visit our website today for ornaments, books, fabric, or even gift wrapping paper. www.LiveTheTwelveDays.com and Transform Your Christmas Forever! Copyright 2011,


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