Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Proof Of The First Christmas...written by the finger of God

 Ever wonder about that star? 
You know; the one the wise guys saw causing them to travel from afar.
What exactly did they see? Is there proof?

Yes there is!

Proof Of The First Christmas Story...written by the finger of God
Johannes Kepler sometime in the 1600's figured out that the solar system is like an enormous clock.  NASA uses the same calculations today. 

Now, software can pinpoint the exact location of stars at any time in history, viewed from any place on earth.

Let's do a little time travel
Ride with me as we turn back the clock.

Listen to the star gazing magi:

Can you see it? The King Planet is on the move.

Yes, I see it, Jupiter moving toward Regulus.

Interesting, The King Planet moving toward The King Star, do you think it could be a sign?

We will see.

The ceremony takes months. Three times The King Planet circles just over The King Star. A heavenly halo signals a Kingly coronation.

Yes, I'm quite certain a king is to be born.

But where?
Look close. The coronation has taken place inside the constellation Leo The Lion. 
This could only mean one thing, The Lion of The Tribe of Judah… A Jewish King. 
A King of the Jews is on the horizon. But wait. What is following?
Could it be? 
Yes, it is the constellation Virgo, The Virgin. 
She rises with the new moon birthed at her feet.

It is written: 
Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel. 
The King has been conceived.
A King will soon be born, and not just any King but The King of Kings.

Nine months from when Jupiter started the crowning ceremony, the wise men witness, The Star. 
The brightest star they have ever seen. The brightest star anyone alive has ever seen. 
Only it wasn’t a star, it was Jupiter, The King Planet joining Venus, The Mother Planet. (Today in planetariums they show this event because it is so spectacular.)

This was all the wise men needed.

The King is born! 
Mount up we’re headed west. 
Follow that star.

The journey may have taken months.

Where is He born King of the Jews?" They asked in Jerusalem.

Then they saw The Star again, only this time it had stopped. (Actually it’s called retrograde motion. It looks like it’s stopped but only changing directions.)

Believe it or not, on the day we celebrate Christmas, December 25th, In 2 BC, Jupiter entered retrograde and early in the morning from Jerusalem it appeared to be the brightest star ever seen stopped
 directly over the little town of Bethlehem.

I believe on that day the magi made the five mile trek and presented their gifts to the young Christ Child. 

 God knew before he flung the stars in place the exact moment He would enter the womb. He left us undeniable proofs.
 He wrote it in the stars and sent angels to proclaim, Peace on earth, goodwill toward men. 

Merry Christmas 

**NOTE: There are different schools of thought regarding the times of Jesus birth, I believe what I've written here to be accurate but admit I am certainly no expert on the subject matter. If you would like more information please visit 


Have you considered giving The Voice  for Christmas ?

More than a story—it's a message.

A novel about the strength of family, the power of prayer and the battles that rage against them.

The only thing Mac wanted more than a good day of sailing, was a big, noisy, messy, happy, family...

 But, life happens and dreams sink.

Unseen battles rage and little things make a big difference.

Ricky didn't know it, but the moment he turned around and headed toward, The Voice, he opened his heart...and started a war.

God is near the brokenhearted and puts the lonely in families


What folks are saying about The Voice: 

Doug i enjoyed your book sooo much. 
I spent two days enveloped in the spirit of your story. I cried and I laughed.  Your picture words put me right in that delightful sea setting. Loved mention of Mankato.

All in all I loved your book. I have read 33 books this summer. I have to say yours was the best. Thank you for writing such an inspiring book. In fact, I stopped and
prayed on several pages when the content spoke to me. In other words I heard The Voice.
Sharry... Blessings  

"If you believe in the power of prayer, you will love this book. I was hooked on the first page. The characters were so real and genuine. The book is a refreshing change from the ordinary. The battle waging between good and evil comes to life in this story."
Author of the trilogy, Jesus My Son, Mary's Journal, by Mary Bailey, Kentucky

A great read
"The Voice is a delightful story of love, dogged faith in a God who does not always answer in the way we expect, and of the power of prayer.

Set among sailing boats and the sea, the characters are so well portrayed that I grew truly fond of them and found myself drawn into the story, rooting for them in their difficult circumstances and rejoicing at their victories.

There are some great lessons within the pages, of the benefit of dogged perseverance, of praying in every situation and of the way God is in control in spite of appearances, at times.

There is also a glimpse into the invisible world where the spiritual battle takes place and the effect of faith and prayer in that arena.

All in all a great read which will leave you enriched by the experience."
Author of, God in the ICU, Dave Walker, South Africa

a book to share !
"I literally just finished the last page of this book. I had to keep reading, I couldn't put it down I NEEDED to know what happened next. This book is full of love, tears, sadness joy and adventure. Most importantly God. This book was so inspirational, and kept me guessing and going, I could really play the characters in my mind too. Awesome!"
Sadie Tyson, Florida

Five Stars
"Amazing and inspirational!!! Can't wait for the opportunity to read more of your glorious writings."
Tanya Rasche, Minnesota

One of the best books I've ever read and I've read a lot ...
"One of the best books I've ever read and I've read a lot of books. Write us another one Doug . We will love it too."
Brenda Norwalk, Florida


You'll hear His Voice in...

A silent prayer from a little boy...
"Please make mommy & daddy stop fighting." Moments later, they did--forever.

A heart's longing from an old sailor...
He looked toward the sky, "Dear God...maybe it's not too late." The lines blurred and he thought he heard the sound of children--calling him Papa.

A Divine connection for a wounded warrior...
Could anyone see past the scars and love a soldier, twice burned--once in the flesh and once in the heart?

And all they ever wanted was a big, noisy, messy, happy family. Was that too much to ask?

God is near the broken hearted and puts the lonely in families.

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