Once again in this DIG I am going to advise you to read the Word of God instead of listening to the traditions of men.
We have been looking in DIG at what did happen and what did not happen at the birth of Jesus.
Much of what we see in nativities and on Christmas cards did not actually happen; the star over the birthplace of Jesus is one other such myth.
We generally think that the wise men (3 of them) followed the star to the baby Jesus when He was born, that they visited Him at the same time as the shepherds.
We have seen that this was not the case for the wise men; they visited when He was a child (see my DIG for Friday 9th December).
So the star was above His home when He was a young child not a baby.
There were no wise men at His birth and there was no star above the stable (and we will see later in DIGs from the 22nd to 25th December that there was no stable either).
These things are traditions of men that seem to have come through time as truths, but they are not Biblical truths (Colossians 2 v 8).
It is the Word of God that is important and it is the Word of God that we should go into in order to learn about Jesus.
The world is full of nonsense about Jesus and the traditions of men abound.
Forget about them and see what the Word says.
The Word of God is where you will find the truth, not only about His birth but also about all things regarding Jesus.
Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord for your Word and thank you for the truths held within”.
Matthew 2 v 9…..When they had heard the king, they departed: and, lo, the start, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was