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Christmas—Birth & Infancy of Jesus—Culture and Times of His Urantia Bestowal

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We concluded a study of Urantia Papers 119—The Bestowals of Christ Michael and 120—The Bestowal of Michael on Urantia. We continue to the nativity story of Jesus of Nazareth, Joshua ben Joseph, born in 7 BCE and the life and times of the peoples of his native land just in time for the Christmas season.

Jesus did not come to this world during an age of spiritual decadence; at the time of his birth Urantia was experiencing such a revival of spiritual thinking and religious living as it had not known in all its previous post-Adamic history nor has experienced in any era since. When Michael incarnated on Urantia, the world presented the most favorable condition for the Creator Son’s bestowal that had ever previously prevailed or has since obtained. In the centuries just prior to these times Greek culture and the Greek language had spread over Occident and near Orient, and the Jews, being a Levantine race, in nature part Occidental and part Oriental, were eminently fitted to utilize such cultural and linguistic settings for the effective spread of a new religion to both East and West. These most favorable circumstances were further enhanced by the tolerant political rule of the Mediterranean world by the Romans.  (1332.2) 121:1.1

Joseph and Mary were poor, and since they had only one beast of burden, Mary, being large with child, rode on the animal with the provisions while Joseph walked, leading the beast. The building and furnishing of a home had been a great drain on Joseph since he had also to contribute to the support of his parents, as his father had been recently disabled. And so this Jewish couple went forth from their humble home early on the morning of August 18, 7 B.C., on their journey to Bethlehem. (1350.6) 122:7.4

Please join us to share the miracle of Jesus birth into human life and learn what made it so remarkable.  


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