THE CHRISTMAS STAR

Nearly two thousand years ago a star shone over Bethlehem. Wise-men saw it and came from the East to do homage at the manger where lay the infant Jesus. The star typified the spiritual light which the Messiah, the Christ, brought to earth, the light which was destined to lead all mankind to complete salvation from evil. This light was evidence that man is God's spiritual son, and not a mortal wandering in ways of sickness and sin.

The star of Bethlehem announced the beginning of the Christian era. God was to be known as the Father of all. "Our Father which art in heaven" (Matt. 6:9) was to articulate the prayer of every Christian with its implication of universal brotherhood acknowledged.

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