The Servant King

photo courtesy of the epoch timesThis passage forms the basis for many traditions, from nativity scenes to Three Kings Day. But what does it actually say? Who are the real kings? And what difference does that make today?

Consider the story—the contrast, really—between two kings: the powerful and the helpless, the troubled and the tranquil. And see the paradox that the real King is.

Title: The Servant King

Text: Matthew 2.1–12

Overview

  • Magi
  • Herod
  • Jesus

Resources

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