The Sign of Christ’s Advent

            On December 21, 2014, on the Winter Solstice, the Constellation Sagittarius (The Archer) moves behind the sun.

Sagittarius is the fourth chapter of the Star Bible, picturing an Archer drawing back on his bow to shoot an arrow. The arrow is Christ (Is 49:1-7), and the constellation represents the first coming of Christ. The constellation also plays an important role in the Advent of Christ, even though we know He was born in March, not December (See our 12/10/14 Blog “Christmas with the Star of Bethlehem”).

Sagittarius is the sign of the Coming of the Seed of Woman. The Winter season represents Christ’s descent and suffering on earth (Hos 6:3). In 7 BC the sign of Christ’s coming,

Sagittarius, was moved by the precession of the equinoxes into The Season of Christ’s Coming, Winter. This sign occurred at the same time as the conception of John the Baptist

(See our Blog of 11/28/12 “Jupiter and John the Baptist”) and was one of the signs in the

Sun, Moon, and Stars which would have been observed by the Wise Men. In fact, the Star of

Bethlehem appeared on the meridian of Winter, December 21, in 5BC to make the unmistakable statement that Christ had come.

Since 7BC the precession of the equinoxes has taken the constellation Sagittarius almost all the way through the Winter Solstice. In 2121 AD the constellation Ophiuchus (The Serpent Held) will take the place of Sagittarius and move into the Winter Solstice. This change we believe to be one of the signs in the Sun, Moon and Stars of Christ Second Coming.

This year join the Wise Men who knew the signs in the Sun, Moon, and Stars of Christ’s advent in worshiping Christ.

And have a Merry Christmas!

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