Christmas Nativity Scene - Birth of Jesus Christ
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Here are beautiful panoramic photos of the birth place of Jesus in Bethlehem. (Best picture if viewed on a large screen.) Using your mouse you can move view in a 360-degree circle (horizontally or vertically). See some of the original rocks and building stones as well as altars, candles, ceiling, and art work. Study scenes as much and as long as you want. There is no narration; for informative text click ! and for animated pictures click à.
that Mary and Joseph took in their 100-mile journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. Blue colored path on map shows the most probable route taken so they could avoid Samaria.
with options for commentary & notes of the Nativity in Bethlehem. (Luke and Matthew Gospels)
Multiple viewpoints & analysis of Nativity. Contains pictures and references.
Art – Angels appear to Shepherds in the Shepherds Field (Photo of the painting in Shepherds’ Chapel – just outside Bethlehem). Photo credit: Tom Kroupa
When Mary visited Elizabeth, she went to the village of Ein Kerem west of Jerusalem. According to tradition, Mary drank from this spring of water. Click the purple circles in the aerial view of Ein Kerem so that those locations will be featured. Each shows additional information and photos - provided by BibleWalks.com.
udio recording of text of the Visitation of Mary with Elizabeth and the birth of John, son of Zechariah and Elizabeth. John later become John the Baptist who baptized Jesus.
This movie discusses: "The Star of Bethlehem: Documentary" by Frederick A. Larson. It is an hour long entertaining and fact-finding presentation on YouTube®©. Star Maps, animations, and beautiful graphics are shown.
A presentation by the Jewish Online Guides. Bread is the staple food of humankind. Before eating it, Jews make a special blessing of Hamotzi, thanking God for bringing forth bread from the ground. This has an English introduction and Hebrew prayers on video from YouTube ®©.
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Nativity of Jesus, Mary the Caregiver, All Caregivers.
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This photo of statues of a Nativity scene in the window area of the Author's home depicts Jesus in a manger/crib with Joseph and Mary on each side. The window and blinds in background provide a prophetic quality to the photo.
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