Dear Molly,

Last Sunday in church you asked me a really important question. I’m afraid my answer was not nearly as good as your question. I hope you will let me try again.

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Chuck Queen is the Senior Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Frankfort, Kentucky.

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Writing about the magoi in preparation for Epiphany this year, I was reminded of an article I wrote twenty years ago, that appeared in our local Anglican Diocesan paper.

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Jesus embodied a vision of life characterized by overflowing generosity.

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On entering the house, they saw the child with Mary his mother;
and they knelt down and paid him homage.

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we observed (εἴδω) his star at its rising. (Matthew 2:2b)

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The mysterious visitors Matthew’s Gospel portrays as coming to pay homage to Jesus in Bethlehem were operating from a different paradigm than guides most people.

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In the time of King Herod, after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea,
wise men from the East came to Jerusalem.
(Matthew 2:1)

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When Mary and Joseph entered the temple in Jerusalem to give thanks for the birth of their son and to dedicate him to the Lord, they met an aging holy man named Simeon. Simeon blessed the couple and their baby.

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