it is a manger, a food trough for animals is a manger
A manger is like a feeding trough
Manger means a shed where animals take shelter.
a manger. a manger is where animals eat out of.
There was no animals in the manger WITH baby Jesus but, I do know that there were sheep, horses, camels, donkeys, and I think a bull. All these Animals were NEAR him.
The manger is only the cattle shed where all the animals were kept to protect from the cold and wild animals.
A manger is a wood, metal, or stone basin used for feeding animals.
Bulls, cows, horses, donkeys, lambs, and goats are all examples of animals that eat from a manger. Since many animals are able to eat from a manger, there are quite a few, though the ones above are the most prominent.
Jesus was born in a stable and placed in a manger. I manger is a feeding trough for farm animals.
In the manger in Bethlehem , there were Joseph , Mary and the animals were thee like sheep, ox and cows were there.
Jesus was born in a manger with animals standing around, and not in a house. Mind you he was the king of kings and Lord of Lords.
there were possibly sheep and other farm animals
A manger (French - manger - to eat) is used to store hay and animal fodder. The animals (cows) were lead in to the manger in the evening to eat and possibly to be milked at the same time. They were then shut in, or into the byre, for security during the night.
Manger, which is a trough for animals to feed out of.
a manger is also known as a crib, trough. It can also be like a box where in farming, food for the animals is poured to feed them.
The Greek word for manger can mean both a stall (enclosure for animals) and a feed container for cattle. The container could be made from wood or stone.
Jesus was laid in a manger after he was born. A manger is a trough normally used to feed farm animals. The manger was filled with clean dry straw to make a warm comfortable bed for baby Jesus.
As you will recall there was no room in the Inn for Mary and Joseph to lodge. Mary was very soon to have a baby. They either found a stable or some say a cave that was used as a stable for animals. There was nothing in this stable except some hay and a manger. A manger is a feeding trough for animals. So Jesus was laid in the manger (sort of like a crib.) Mary and Joseph probably slept on the floor.
It was a manger, which is used for containing hay for animals to eat.
She placed Jesus in a manger (a container/trough for feeding animals).
In the book of Luke, it explains that Mary put Jesus in a manger after he was born, because there was no room for them in the inn in town. The shepherds were told by an angel that the Messiah had been born and that they would find him, a baby lying in a manger, which they did. A manger is a type of rack to hold food for animals, which would usually be found in some type of shelter for animals, such as a stable.
Jesus was born in a stable or a place that was used to keep animals like donkeys etc. There was a manger in the stable and this was used to put food for the animals, like hay, oats etc. The only way to enter a manger was to crawl into it or have someone lay you in it. The stable on the other hand had a door way and you walked in.