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“3 Wise men? 4 Wise women!”

“3 Wise men? No, 4 Wise women!” Today we celebrate the birth of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. So I thought I’d talk, not about 3 Wise men, but rather 4 Wise women who God used to bring the Savior into the world. Tamar was supposed to marry Judah’s youngest son, and Rahab was the harlot from Jericho. Ruth was the grandmother of David, and Bathsheba was the mother of Solomon. They were all in the bloodline of the King of kings and Lord of lords. Each had a reason to be rejected, but our Heavenly Father used them. One was Jewish and three were Gentiles, but God used them. As we prepare, Lord willing, to enter into 2022, you and I are going to be without excuse, because if HE could use them HE can use us too! Don’t go into the new year determined to let your man or woman of God carry the load alone. Be wise, and let the Lord use you. “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given:” Isaiah 9:6A. Merry Christmas!

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