The Hands that First Held Mary's ChildDan Forrest - Beckenhorst Press
An incredible text tells the extraordinary story of a Child, whose journey begins in Bethlehem, with the weathered hands of a carpenter holding his newborn son. "The hands that first held Mary's child were hard from working wood. From boards they sawed and planed and filed and splinters they withstood. This day they gripped no tool of steel, they drove no iron nail, but cradled from the head to heel our Lord, newborn and frail."