On Camelback -UNION– #DailyHaikuChallenge

December 26, 2016

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Following the star

The magi leave one union

To find another.

By Martha L Shaw – © 2016


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Halfway Into the CHRISTmas Season . . .

December 31, 2012



We are halfway into the Christmas season and the magi should, at this point, likewise be halfway to the Babe . . . that being said . . . if we take our custom of celebrating literally,  then Jesus and His earthly parents spent 12 days (at least) living in the stable/cave with animals and dung . . . and His life was going to grow much more difficult than this and ALL FOR EACH ONE OF US.

The Magi Have Come!

January 6, 2012
Okay, it is now Epiphany. The Magi have arrived (via Biblical GPS – God Provided Star) and Jesus has gotten His presents.
You may now take down your Christmas trees!

January 5th – the Last Day of Christmas

January 5, 2012

January 5  is considered throughout the world and throughout Christianity, to be the  last day of Christmas.  I’ve heard DAILY since December 26th that “Christmas is over” but as I sit here it is the night before the 12th and final day of Christmas as Biblical history tells us that Epiphany January 6, the day celebrating the arrival of the Magi,  Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar, who followed the star to reach the Christ child and brought Him gifts, begins the new season. 

The Magi were the first Gentiles to see the newborn King and thus the  word “Epiphany” means “to show” or “to make known” which is exactly what happened on that day as Jesus was indeed revealed to the world.

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