The Star of Bethlehem Returns

Day 7 of 111 Days of Love – Heralding the Return of the Star of Bethlehem After Over 2000 Years

Today, for Day 7 of 111 Days of Love, we keep things very simple.

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We are simply honoring the return of the Star of Bethlehem after more than 2000 years.

The Star of Bethlehem was shining over Grace Cathedral and over Harvey the Cat’s head as he struggled to breathe under the day bed … just days before his admission to the hospital for congestive heart failure.

I had just returned from an intense trip to Bethlehem a couple of weeks earlier.

The Star of Bethlehem appeared during our 40 days and 40 nights of walking through the valley of the shadow of death.

We believe the Star of Bethlehem signifies the Second Coming of Christ through all of us.

We do not believe that any of this is happening “by accident.”

Stay tuned …


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  1. This is a really interesting concept. I tend to latch onto signs of rebirth and second chances.

  2. Catherine Curti says:

    The star of bethlehem I think it is the sign of new life, new birth. I also agree of this words “We do not believe that any of this is happening “by accident.”

  3. I know that Christ said he was coming back but didn’t say when. I can’t wait to read the rest of your stories.

  4. The star is such an inspiration for rebirth and second chances.

  5. It has a special significance for so many. It’ll be interesting what else you have to say on this.

  6. How nice! I didn’t know that we had a star of Bethlehem. I’m glad we have the chance to gaze upon it after 2000 years! Imagine that!

  7. I enjoy looking at just regular ol’ stars. To look out the window and see this magnificent star would be breathtaking, I’m sure.

    • Hi Karlyn, what’s amazing about this intersection of planets is that we could see it at all, in the middle of the City. That it’s visible above Grace Cathedral in this photograph is simply amazing. Because in general, the lights of the City make the stars invisible.

  8. Debbie Denny says:

    The Star. A sign of birth and growth. Never ending love.

  9. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    I have never heard of the The Star of Bethlehem before. Maybe it’s sign?

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