God in the Manger, by John MacArthur, is part of the “Bible for Life” series of study books. This book is about 200 pages, but is an easy, fast read.
I finished this book a couple of days ago. It is a good read for anyone interested in studying the birth of Christ. It provides details about the significance and meaning of the events surrounding the birth. From the announcement straight through to the actual birth and those that were there and those that missed the birth. Drawing from Hebrews chapter 1, the book finishes with a view of the birth from God’s perspective.
Each chapter has its own set of questions at the end of the book to reinforce the material presented. This would be a great book for someone interested in a Christmas study.