The Light of Christ Shines for all the World
“Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him” (Matthew 2:2).
Are you a star gazer? During our family reunion this summer, we sat outside miles away from any city lights and saw the Milky Way and several meteors falling from the sky. Amazing! The wise men observed the stars and knew His star had risen in the sky and the King had been born. They traveled miles and months to worship the King. This week we celebrate Epiphany, the Gentile’s Christmas. Stars shine for all to see – Christ came for the saving of all mankind.
No Stranger in the Manger is a four-session Bible study available on the LWML website. From this study, you will gain insights into the magi and the importance of worshiping Jesus the King. I strongly encourage you to take the time to use this study. Stars might not always be visible. The light of Christ is always visible and it shines for all the world. Even more amazing! Enjoy Epiphany each and every day.