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Magi, who came to see the King

In the days of King Herod, there were three magi (not kings) who came from the East. When we think of the East with respect to Jerusalem, many people in the past have portrayed these magi as the rulers of their countries. 254 more words


When was Jesus born?

I will always remember gathering with my grandparents for Christmas. My grandmother would bake a cake, and we would sing happy birthday to Jesus.

It was not until I was much older that I realized Jesus was not born on Christmas day. 584 more words

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The Great Christ Comet

If you have a place in your heart for New Testament studies, and a place in your heart for astronomy, or better yet, places in your heart for both, then you shall have a Merry Little Christmas with Dr. 264 more words


The Star of Bethlehem: Moving from Biblical History to the God of the Heavens

During this Advent season, our church has been preaching through Jesus’ birth narratives in Matthew’s Gospel. And in Matthew 2:1–12 we find the incredible story of the Magi. 1,558 more words


December 5th, 2016

 Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 1418)


Don’t let another Christmas season go by without owning Jonathan’s book of Christmas stories

Mr. Kringle’s Tales …26 Stories ‘Til Christmas… 36 more words


'Star of Bethlehem'

For hundreds of years, scientists and theologians alike have been perplexed by the origins of the Star of Bethlehem – the mysterious biblical symbol that guided the Magi to their newborn leader, Jesus. 214 more words


Bright and Morning Star - A Christmas Devotional

Lord, help me to follow You today, even if at times it makes about as much sense as following a star.

Let me never fear to seek for You, and to seek after more of You, knowing that You draw near to those who draw nigh to You. 70 more words