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It was the decree for census, no room in the inn, visit by shepherds and wise men , the flight to Egypt.

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Q: What were the events surrounding jesus birth?
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There are two accounts of Jesus' birth - both, of course, in the New Testament although there are many prophecies in the Old Testament which foretold his birth.The two accounts are inMatthew's Gospel Chapter 1 verse 18 through to the end of Chapter 2 which tells of the Wise men from the east, the slaughter of the innocent children and the flight to Egypt.Luke's Gospel Chapters 1 and 2, which tells first of John the Baptist's birth and the events leading up to Mary's pregnancy and Jesus' birth finishing with prophecies from Anna and Simeon about the nature of Jesus.Both birth stories are different but were written for different audiences and from different points of view. However, putting them together gives us a much fuller picture of the events surrounding Jesus' birth and so that is how they are meant to be read.