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The Bible story of Joseph and Mary (for Children).

Joseph was a man who lived in the town of Nazareth. One day, an angel named Gabriel appeared to him in a dream and told him that Mary, his fiancée, would have an exceptional baby. This baby would be the Son of God! Joseph was a little scared and confused, but he trusted God's plan and decided to stay with Mary and take care of her.


Mary was also visited by an angel named Gabriel, who told her she would have a baby. Mary was surprised too, but she believed the angel's words and was overjoyed to be chosen by God to give birth to the world's Savior. Mary and Joseph soon got married and traveled to Bethlehem, as the government required them to take part in a census.


When they arrived in Bethlehem, no rooms were available at any inns. So, Mary and Joseph had to stay in a stable. That night, Jesus was born, and they wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger.


The birth of Jesus was announced to some shepherds who were nearby. The shepherds were amazed and went to see the baby. They praised God for sending the Savior and spread the word about Jesus throughout the town.


Later, wise men from the east saw a bright star in the sky and followed it until it led them to Bethlehem. When they arrived, they found baby Jesus and presented him with gold, frankincense, and myrrh gifts.


Mary and Joseph were very grateful for their special baby, and they took good care of him. As a result, Jesus grew up to become a man who would teach people about God's love and forgiveness. He would perform many miracles and would eventually die on the cross for the sins of the world.


But, on the third day, he rose again, and because of his death and resurrection, we can have eternal life and salvation.


That's the story of Joseph and Mary and the birth of Jesus!

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