Advent: Thirty Days of Jesus; Day 5- The Babe has arrived!
By Elizabeth Prata
Answers in Genesis: Separating myth from biblical fact, No Room For an Inn
You probably recognize this scene:
Bethlehem (around 2,000 years ago): Joseph and Mary arrive at the sleepy town in the middle of the night. Mary, already in labor, remains on the donkey while Joseph frantically searches for a room at the local inns. Desperate, he begs one reluctant innkeeper for any place at all to have this baby. The innkeeper finally relents and makes room for them in a tumbledown stable with the cows. There’s just one problem. This isn’t what the Bible teaches.
Read more from Answers in Genesis at the link above.
GotQuestions: What does it mean that baby Jesus was wrapped in swaddling cloths?
Swaddling clothes are cloths and bands used in the practice of swaddling, or essentially “wrapping” an infant tightly in cloth. The idea behind swaddling is that it helps the baby transition from the womb (a very snug place) to the outside world. Swaddling clothes are still used today, but with some modifications…
Thirty Days of Jesus series-
Thirty Days of Jesus Series-
Christian writer and Georgia teacher’s aide who loves Jesus, a quiet life, art, beauty, and children.
View All Posts