Were it not for “Lost Men”, wandering employee “Shepards” and “Homeless Couples” with problems, we would have not Christmas Story.

So be kind to those lost men, those homeless couples with problems and errant shepherds who have lost their flocks this Christmas Eve.

May they all feel they’re really home for Christmas, and feel Welcome there.

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One response to “Were it not for “Lost Men”, wandering employee “Shepards” and “Homeless Couples” with problems, we would have not Christmas Story.

  1. I really like this one. Such a different picture of those people. It’s so easy to forget that in reality, that they a were temporarily homeless couple with a woman who’d been pregnant longer than they’d been married, living like refugees while their child slept in a manger – essentially a trough, the shepherds were working lowly third-shift jobs, and the magi were long-travelled road-worn men who had to leave the country like fugitives to avoid Herod on the way out. That would be a hard beginning for any baby. And on top of all that, he had to be the Son of God with the hope of all of mankind on his shoulders.

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