The Gift of The Man in The Middle

On Christmas Day in Bethlehem over 2000 years ago, Jesus was born most likely in the bottom of an old Jebusite military outpost tower that had been converted into a birthing center for lambs that were to be taken to the temple for sacrifice. 

The tower of Migdal Eder would of had lower level where a stone feeding trough served as a manger for the Son of God to live his first few moments. Ironically, it would be a stone shelf where they would lay his body, in a grave owned by Joseph of Arimathea, and it would be stone they would place in front of that grave to try and contain what had been initiated on Christmas Day in Bethlehem. 

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