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It has been some two thousand years since the Wise Men followed the star of Bethlehem to the manager of the Christ-child. Theirs was a long journey made in faith. They sought Christ and their efforts paid off. They found Him.
But the centuries have passed. The star the Wise Men followed is no longer visible in the night sky and Christ is no longer a baby in a manger. Yet many of us still seek signs, wonders, and miracles to prove that God is still in our midst. Many of us need such manifestations to bolster our sagging faith. Many of us relish the extraordinary manifestations of the Spirit that the Christmas story provides in abundance. We want miracles, we want to be able to touch God, or else we simply refuse to believe, like the disciple Thomas.
True, the star can no longer be seen, Christ is no longer a baby in a manger. However, the miracles of God continue. Too often, what’s really missing is the to see those miracles in the daily events of our lives.
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