Saturday, December 4, 2010

Sunday Wonder

 One king held the frankincense

 One king held the myrrh

 One king held the purest gold

 One king held the hope of the world

from One King
Written by jeff borders, gayla borders, lowell alexander

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Do you ever wonder what happened to those gifts the wisemen/kings brought to Jesus? 

Did Mary and Joseph use them to finance an escape?

Did they get lost in the shuffle somewhere along the way? 

Did they hold onto them until Jesus came of age and then step aside lovingly to watch him share it with those in need?

Were the gifts on prominent display in the rustic village home of a carpenter?

Or did Mary seal them away as a “nest egg” to be hatched upon Jesus’ marriage?

Did she leave the cross on John’s arm that fateful day, returning home to a hope chest wherein she had loving stored those precious gifts, only to hand them over to another Mary for the embalming of this precious son?

Did it ever strike anyone odd that the gifts foretold death? 

Has anyone ever gifted a newborn babe with embalming ointments?

Have you ever wondered . . . as I so often do?

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Linda said...

Some profound thoughts for the season. Most women today would bring a casserole!

Nikki (Sarah) said...

interesting thoughts....I like this post and love the pictures with the captions under each.

Dena E's Blog said...

Wow Sweetie,, this is a wonderful blog.. LOVE your style and the way you share Jesus with us...Happy SS Day to you!!!
Blessings to you from our Sweet Lord in this beautiful season and those to come...Hugs Dena

Ginger~~Enchanting Cottage said...

This post sure makes me think.

Laura~peach~ said...

i did not know that is what those are for... interesting and a whole new thought process now :0)

Charlotte said...

These are interesting things to ponder. Love the "King" pictures. Thank you for sharing this imaginative post.

dunlizzie said...

You had me with the King pictures! And then you brought in the things to ponder... wonderful. Thank you. God bless :)

Donnie said...

I have never heard that expressed before. Loved your post. Simple but so inspirational. Have a blessed week.

Jeanne said...

Blessings and much love
Thanks for visiting and your kind words.
Love Jeanne

Very nice post

Tricia said...

I just re-read this and was struck by the truth that "One King held the hope of the world!"