What animals were in the stable when Jesus was born?
According to the classic creche scene, sheep, donkeys, and maybe cows were present at Jesus' birth. Unfortunately, the myths about the birth of Jesus (the birth in a stable, etc) have been proven to be simply stories. We do not know the immediate environment into which Jesus was born.
Joseph, Mary and the animals were in the stable, when Jesus was born.
There is realy not a great deal of evidence that jesus was born in a stable.
s was born in a stable, with animals around him.
Jesus was born in a stable and placed in a manger. I manger is a feeding trough for farm animals.
Jesus was born in Bethlehem in a stable! >_<
It is likely that the stable that Mary and Joseph stayed in had some animals and a feeding trough. The trough or manger is where they laid Jesus after he was born.
Jesus was laid down in the manger (an animal feed trough) and was born in the stable
He was born in a stable or a cave that was used as a stable. We are told this in the Gospels.
Jesus, on his first day of human life had slept in a stable. The original location of the stable in Bethlehem in which Jesus was born is unknown.
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… Read More
Jesus was in a stable in Bethlehem, as it was foretold.
no it was a bran with animals cause the inn they were supposed to stay in was full so they ask can they use the barn
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.
Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem the city of David The stable was most likely a cave, not the thatched barns we're used to seeing for a Nativity scene.
Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem in Judea.
From the story in Luke 2:1-7 we surmise that Jesus was born in a stable, or a barn if you like, as we are told that Mary wrapped Jesus in swaddling clothes and laid Him in a manger. A manger is a feed trough that is most commonly found in a structure that is used for animals. Some tradition says that the stable or barn was actually a cave that was used as a place… Read More
Jesus was supposed to have been born in the stable of an inn in the village of Bethlehem.
No because Jesus was born 2000 years ago and the stable would've been made of wood so will have rotted away.
The answer is Jerusalem. He was born in a stable.
Jesus wasn't born in a stable. He was actually born in a Kataluma. Kataluma in Hebrew means 'Upper room'. The upper room has two levels, the one at the bottom was where you left your animals and on the top level there was room for beds and because hot airs rises it would be an ideal place for having a child. There is only one reference to Jesus being laid in a manger. It was… Read More
In a stable in Bethlehem.
Answer Presuming your reference is to the stable where Jesus was born. There is no reference in the Bible to which animals, if any, were present. We can only guess at those that could have been present, on the basis of what we know of animals that were kept in those times. Sheep, goats and cattle are among the most likely contenders.
The day Jesus was born or what we call Christmas
god only born at the stable of the animals
Bethlehem of Judea Jesus was born in a town called Bethlehem which is 5 or 6 miles south of Jerusalem. He was born in a stable. Jesus was born in Bethlehem.
He was born in a stable
He was placed on the hay in the stable.
when he was born in a stable
Jesus was born in Bethlehem in a inns stable where livestock was kept. He was born in a manger lined with straw.
a star used to led Magi to Jesus`s stable where Jesus was born
It doesn't say what Jesus was born in. But it does say: "...and she brought forth her first-born son, and wrapped him up in swaddling-clothes and laid him in the manger, because there was no room for them in the inn." Luke 2:7 A manger is a trough where animals would eat out of. The manger was in a stable.
We do not know for sure that Jesus was born in a stable, since this is not stated exactly, just strongly implied, due to the presence of a manger for animal feed. However, since a manger is off the ground normally, the presence of cattle is indicated or possibly horses (of some of the travelers who came to Bethlehem) or even goats (since they require shelter).
After Jesus was born he was laid in a manger. The reason was because his mother was staying in a stable when he was born, and it was the best place to lay a child.
We don't know where exactly Jesus was born within Bethlehem. The idea that he was born in a stable is just a myth.
When Jesus was born in Bethlehem Mary his mother raped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger. Many people in our culture today do not know the difference between a stable and a manger, and that is understandable as most people live in cities. A stable would be considered a barn like structure. A manger would be a feeding trough, a place to put the hay or oats or whatever else you… Read More
Although Mary and Joseph tried to "check in" to an inn, all inns were full, so they were offered a stable(we would call it a barn today) for the night. The manger where Jesus was laid after being born held hay for the animals to eat.
Jesus was born in Bathlehem. Mary and Joesph travelled for miles to find a place to stay but all the inns were full. Therefore Jesus was born in a stable.
There were no animals sacrificed or served when Jesus was born.
Bethlehem, in a stable because there was no room in the inn.
a stable next to the inn, that was full up.
A stable; Probably made out of a cave.
It was not named , only called the manger.
The King of kings was born in a manger, in a stable.
The fact that Luke's Gospel protrays Jesus as born in a stable is indirectly significant. More than any other gospel, it focuses on the poor in society. By portraying Jesus as being born in the poorest circumstances and by having poor shepherds come to worship the baby Jesus, this gospel attracts an audience of the poor. Even today, congregations are in awe that their saviour was born in a stable. In contrast, Matthew's Gospel portrays… Read More
Jesus was born in a stable in the town of Bethlehem Ans: Jesus born in place call controll of our sences (Krishna born in Gokul means where our sences controll).
Jesus was most probably in a stable or barn because all the rooms in the inns were taken.
He was there. Joseph was there. He was not deceased. He is mentioned later as Jesus grew up into manhood. And remember that Joseph and Mary were not yet married when Jesus was born.
By having a big feast in the stable where Jesus was born!
A: It is in Luke's Gospel that we find Jesus born in a manger - in a stable - and in Luke's Gospel we are told about the poor shepherds who visited Jesus in the stable (Luke 2:16). The wise men (magi) of Matthew's Gospel visited him in a house (Matthew 2:11), because in this gospel Bethlehem was the home town of Joseph and Mary.
We are not told in the Bible of any animals talking when Jesus was born.