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Three Wise Men, kings of their land Travelled by camel in the hot sun and sand They looked for a Messiah, newly born Born in a stable on Christmas morn Mary, his mother gave birth in the hay In her arms, the child Jesus he lay Joseph stood by in wonder and awe A beautiful sight, so joyful and pure For 33 years Jesus answered his call He spread the good news to one and to all His kingdom is in Heaven with God on high To save the world he had to die The greatest story ever told Gifts of myrrh, frankincense and gold A gift of life, a gift of love A way to heaven and God above by Jackie Dalton
This book offers a unique way of reading, understanding and appreciating the greatest story ever told.
Produced by the man who brought you The Apprentice and The Voice, Channel 5 proudly presents the greatest story ever told.
With support from Jerusalem Productions, one of The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, The Nativity Factor invites people to make their own videos about the greatest story ever told.
THE Greatest Story Ever Told is at Liverpool Cathedral from October 17-19.
It's possibly the greatest story ever told and potentially movie material, said John Oliver, a comedic reporter for Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show," -- the Florida couple and their rookie lawyer that foreclosed on a Bank of America branch (see video above).
He asked me to come over and play Judas Iscariot in The Greatest Story Ever Told.
A string of international films followed, including The Greatest Story Ever Told (in which he played Jesus) and American epic Hawaii.