What animals were present at the birth of jesus?
No animals are mentioned. Though it is possible that some were present.
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.
The Bible doesn't say but it is quite possible. He was laid in a manger, which was a feeding receptacle for animals.
We don't know for sure, anything people say or write is just a guess
The only confirmed people at Jesus' birth were Mary, Joseph and Jesus. There could have been stable hands, animals, a person or two from Bethlehem, an angel or so, but there are no legitimate records that state that anybody other than Mary, Joseph and Jesus were present.
The animals mentioned in the Bible, and others you will find in all Nativity Scenes includes: Sheep Camels Donkey Cow (or ox)
Yes. There were goats, pigs, sheep, and cows. At least that is what the bible said. It also states there were angels there. Answer: No, it doesn't. The only animals mentioned in the account of Jesus' birth are the sheep being watched by the shepherds who received the glad tidings from the angel (Luke 2:8). The Bible makes no mention of any other animals in connection with Jesus' birth.
His mother Mary was there at his birth and his death.
There were animals at Jesus's birth because Jesus was born in a barn as there was no space in the inns
there were possibly sheep and other farm animals
Mary, mother and Joseph father at minimum.
Answer According to the Bible, Mary would have been the only one present at both.
The Bible does not say but traditionally it is said that three magi were present because three gifts were given to Jesus: gold, frankincense and myrrh.
nazareth. it's still there, you know.
No, the Bible does not individually name them.
To get families to see each other the birth of Jesus - Originally it was a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. The giving of presents was to symbolise the present brought to the stable by the shepherds and 3 kings.
The is no biblical record as to who was present at the birth of Christ. One can only sumise that Joseph may have called upon the inn keepers wife for assistance. Then he might have helped Mary deliver the babe.
They were just poor, humble shepherds out in the field; the Bible doesn't mention any anything about them after they went to see the baby Jesus.
We can not tell the exact number of animals in the manger. But it is quite possible that there were a few animals there. I dont think that it is mentioned in the Bible that there were any animals present at all. However Mary did arrive in Bethlehem on a donkey so it seems viable they would have taken it into the "barn" with them. Also, since many people believe it was around Winter time… Read More
because a manger is a "godly-like" bed that would only be suitable for someone as high up in the pecking order as Jesus Christ
NO Answer: Buddhism was present in the Eastern world for some 500 years between the birth of the Buddha and before the birth of the Christians' Jesus. Trade between India and Mediterranean countries was present and it is likely that information on the Buddhist thought (whether it was identified as such or not) was available to the Jewish community as it was to the Greeks. The extent that this influenced Christianity is unknown.
Matthew's Gospel Bethlehem was the home town of Joseph and Mary. After the birth of Jesus they fled to Egypt, for fear of King Herod. They returned after the death of Herod but, being warned in a dream, turned aside and went to Nazareth in Galilee. Luke's Gospel Nazareth was the home town of Joseph and Mary. Shortly after the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, they went to Jerusalem to present Jesus in the Temple… Read More
Jesus is not present today. Jesus is dead.
A: In Luke's Gospel, Jesus was taken son after birth to the Temple in Jerusalem, on route to the family home in Nazareth, Galilee. On the other hand, in Matthew's Gospel, the baby Jesus remained at the family home in Bethlehem until after the arrival of the wise men, when Joseph was warned to take Jesus to Egypt, for fear of King Herod.
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.
Jesus is present in the WORD (readings and Gospel). Jesus is present in the PEOPLE. Jesus is substantially present in the EUCHARIST (Body and Blood).
its just very joyful decorations and remember jesus it the best present of all!
As far as I know, the Bible does not speak about the livestock present or their reaction to the miracle to the virgin birth. But we know from much research that animals are very sensitive to their environment and even small changes in the energy around them. Common sense tells us there were animals in the vicintiy of the birth. People of Jesus's time depended on their livestock for their very survival, to the extent… Read More
The light or candle over the tabernacle tells you Jesus is present. At mass, Jesus is present in the Eucharist; also in the scripture readings.
Jesus was laid in a manger at his birth.
The Roman soldiers were present at the Crucifixion of Jesus.
i think it means like Jesus' birth there was animals there such as a bird and turkey is a bird. the turkey is honoured by eating it because it was at Jesus' and it is cooked to be eaten on Christmas day
Jesus Meza's birth name is JESUS MEZA LUEZA.
the story of Jesus' birth is remembered with a crib in a church to remind us in what environment was he born. the church teaches us that he emptied himself from his greatness in heaven and was borm humbly in a poor stable which actually belongs to farm animals.
Jesus' actual date of birth is not known.
The birth place of Jesus is Bethlehem.
The king at Jesus birth was king Herod.
Jesus Luz's birth name is Jesus Pinto da Luz.
Jesus Solis's birth name is Jesus Bairo Solis Cortez.
Jesus' mother Mary was present at the crucifixion.
No, Mark did not write about the birth of Jesus. Look in Matthew and Luke for the birth of Jesus.
the birth of Jesus Christ. the birth of Jesus Christ.
According to God's Law to Moses, 40 days after giving birth to a son, a mother is required to present a purification offering at the temple. That is why Mary bought Jesus to the temple in Jerusalem at 40 days old.
Chloroplasts are not present in animals, from what I know.
The bible does not mention who was present at the time of the actual birth. Since childbirth in the first century was dangerous for mother and child it is likely that Joseph found a midwife or a woman with birthing experience. The idea that the kings from the east visited the baby Jesus on the day of his birth is most likely fiction. The bible also says that nearby shepherds were informed of the birth… Read More
No, Moses lived over 1500 years before Jesus walked on earth. He was not present when Jesus was sacrificed.
"Anno Domini" means "Year of Our Lord" in Latin. The Lord refered to is Jesus Christ and for the purposes of dating it is assumed (in this system) that The year 1 AD is the date of Jesus Christ's birth although many modern historians have suggested alternative dates. This sytem was popularised by Bede. The dates are simple to understand, the present is the year AD 2009 or 2009 AD, which literally means 2009 years… Read More
BC = "Before Christ" - this is used after a year that spans the time before the birth of Jesus Christ, according to a Christian monk who created the system in the 6th century. AD = "Anno Domini" - this is a Latin term that means "in the year of the Lord" in English. It is used to refer to years after the birth of Jesus Christ, continuing to the present day. The current year… Read More
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Emotions are not present at birth, humans have to regaing