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The Fourth Wise Man

Mary JoslinRichard Johnson

The Fourth Wise Man

Mary JoslinRichard Johnson

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This legend seems to originate in France. In it, the sourth wide man is unable to decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. He travels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, but fails to think of a suitable gift.

- Publisher His legend seems to originate in France. In it, the fourth wise man is unableo decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. Heravels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, butails to think of a suitable gift. He is so ashamed of himself, that he waitsutside the house when the others go to give their offerings to the babyesus. To make himself useful, he draws water for all the camels. Then heotices that the star that has led their way is reflected in his bucket. Hearries it inside the house - and by a miracle it keeps on shining - aeminder that all we humans can offer is a reflection of God's own glory.

- Publisher This legend seems to originate in France. In it, the fourth wise man is unable to decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. He travels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, but fails to think of a suitable gift. He is so ashamed of himself, that he waits outside the house when the others go to give their offerings to the baby Jesus. To make himself useful, he draws water for all the camels. Then he notices that the star that has led their way is reflected in his bucket. He carries it inside the house - and by a miracle it keeps on shining - a reminder that all we humans can offer is a reflection of God's own glory.

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This legend seems to originate in France. In it, the sourth wide man is unable to decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. He travels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, but fails to think of a suitable gift.
- Publisher

His legend seems to originate in France. In it, the fourth wise man is unableo decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. Heravels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, butails to think of a suitable gift. He is so ashamed of himself, that he waitsutside the house when the others go to give their offerings to the babyesus. To make himself useful, he draws water for all the camels. Then heotices that the star that has led their way is reflected in his bucket. Hearries it inside the house - and by a miracle it keeps on shining - aeminder that all we humans can offer is a reflection of God's own glory.
- Publisher

This legend seems to originate in France. In it, the fourth wise man is unable to decide what gift is worthy of the child who is God's chosen king. He travels with the three wise men bringing gold, frankincense and myrrh, but fails to think of a suitable gift. He is so ashamed of himself, that he waits outside the house when the others go to give their offerings to the baby Jesus. To make himself useful, he draws water for all the camels. Then he notices that the star that has led their way is reflected in his bucket. He carries it inside the house - and by a miracle it keeps on shining - a reminder that all we humans can offer is a reflection of God's own glory.
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Meet the Authors

Mary Joslin

Mary Joslin, published exclusively by Lion, is known for her children's books on belief and spirituality. Her books, which include The Story of the Cross and On That Christmas Night, have sold more than 200,000 copies.

Richard Johnson

Richard A. Johnson is Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. Richard has taught Management Information Systems, Java programming, and Web application development for the past eight years at MSU. He earned a Ph.D. in CIS at the University of Arkansas (1998) and a M.S. in Engineering at North Carolina State (1993). Richard is also the author of Java Programming and Object-Oriented Application Development and has contributed a chapter to Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, both published by Thomson Course Technology.

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