Mr. Wilson is picked up by Jeeves at the office at the end of the day. He is tired from a long day of work and asks Jeeves to put on some music so that he can relax. Jeeves plays the Christian music that he has. Mr. Wilson is reminded of the conversation he had with his old friend Tiller. As they approach the Wilson house, Mr. Wilson notices that something is wrong. He runs to the door and sees that he has been robbed. He tells Jeeves to phone the police while he goes in to investigate what is missing.
Mr. Wilson runs through the house passing the living room and then the family room where the gifts were kept. He sees that everything has been stolen. While in the house, the thugs knocked over a bookcase that held a bible. Mr. Wilson finds the bible among the mess. He picks it up and reads some familiar passages. Meanwhile, Mother and Sally arrive back from the play. Jeeves enters as well. Mr. Wilson tells them what has happened. Mother thinks all is ruined because the gifts are gone. Mr. Wilson, realizing that Christmas is more than profits and sales of toys asks Sally to recite her verse for him again. She quotes from Luke 2:10-12, "And the angel said unto them, Be not afraid; for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all the people: for there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord."
Mr. Wilson, reflecting on those words, remembers what happened earlier at the office with Jane. He takes out his cellphone, calls Jane and asks her to come back to work for him.