We celebrate Christ’s coming for All during the feast of the Epiphany. His birth was manifested or made known to the Magi who were Gentiles (Matthew 2: 1-12). These kings from the East brought gold, frankincense and myrrh to honor and worship the newborn King- God’s gift of His Son to mankind. They were guided by His star and recognized the prophet’s words that a ruler would be born in Bethlehem and shepherd God’s people. Paul reminds us that we are “baptized into Christ’s death and resurrection” (Romans 6:6) and that we can “approach God with freedom and confidence through faith in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Ephesians 3: 11-12).