Gifts of 3 Wise Men ~ by Pamela

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  1. Misbah786 profile image87
    Misbah786posted 11 months ago

    Please take some time to read Pamela's very interesting article 'Gifts of 3 Wise Men'

    Here's the link to her article: https://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph … 3-Wise-Men

  2. Misbah786 profile image87
    Misbah786posted 11 months ago

    Pamela, I enjoyed reading your wonderful hub. Frankincense is very common in the Arab world. In Arabic it is called Al-luban.
    Frankincense oil has been called the “the king of essential oils”.
    Happy Monday!

    Blessings and Love!! smile

    1. surovi99 profile image83
      surovi99posted 11 months agoin reply to this

      Pamela, the three gifts of wise men to baby Jesus were remarkable and I am impressed by their benefits and all ways they can be used. Thank you for an enjoyable as well as an educative article.

      Thanks Misbah for sharing Pamela's wonderful post.

  3. billybuc profile image87
    billybucposted 11 months ago

    Very informative and interesting, Pamela! I learned a few new things reading this, which surprised me considering how long we have all known the story.  Well done, my friend, and Happy Monday.

  4. Tamarajo profile image95
    Tamarajoposted 11 months ago

    That was an interesting read! I didn't know that these were traditional gifts to rulers and gods in the ancient world. Thank you for sharing.

  5. ravirajan01 profile image93
    ravirajan01posted 11 months ago

    Very informative Pamela.I had heard about the three wise men but the significance and the details I came to know through your article. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Pamela99 profile image91
    Pamela99posted 11 months ago

    Thank you for posting my article, Misbah. 
    Bill, Rosina and Misbah, Each of you gave me a very thoughtful comment, and it is much appreciated,

    1. Misbah786 profile image87
      Misbah786posted 11 months agoin reply to this

      My Pleasure! smile

  7. Carb Diva profile image94
    Carb Divaposted 11 months ago

    What a fascinating article. I knew what the three gifts were, but never gave any thought to their significance. And I had no idea that they are still used today. Great article Pamela.

  8. MsDora profile image94
    MsDoraposted 11 months ago

    Thanks for sharing these important facts and insights, Pamela.

    Thanks for the focus, Misbah.

    Happy Holiday season to all.

  9. AliciaC profile image96
    AliciaCposted 11 months ago

    You've created a very informative and interesting article, Pamela. I found the section about the historical uses of the substances especially interesting. Thank you for sharing the article, Misbah.

  10. Peggy W profile image95
    Peggy Wposted 11 months ago

    Hi Pamela,

    While most of us know the story, you filled in some great details about frankincense and myrrh, and how they are still being studied today for the potential medical uses. I enjoyed reading this!  Thanks for putting this in the forums, Misbah!

  11. Jodah profile image88
    Jodahposted 11 months ago

    This was very informative. I had no idea of the uses and properties of frankincense and myrrh before, Pamela. Thank you for starting this forum thread, Misbah.

  12. bhattuc profile image81
    bhattucposted 11 months ago

    Very informative and very interesting, well done.

  13. Misbah786 profile image87
    Misbah786posted 11 months ago

    Thank you so much everyone for starting this discussion smile

  14. Brenda Arledge profile image81
    Brenda Arledgeposted 11 months ago

    Pamela
    Thanks for this interesting article.

    It amazes me that people don't know this story or what the 3 gifts were that the magi brought to baby Jesus.

    We don't seem to know too much about frankincense and myrrh, but your words give us an ideal.

    It makes sense since they didnt bathe as often and perfume would be great.
    Medicinal purposes ~ that's quite possible too.

    I knew it was a gift like Kings would also receive.

    Great write.

    Have a great day

  15. Pamela99 profile image91
    Pamela99posted 11 months ago

    I just want to thank everyone for their comments. I am glad everyone enjoyed this article. Merry Christmas!

  16. bdegiulio profile image96
    bdegiulioposted 11 months ago

    Very interesting Pam.  I had no idea that frankincense and myrrh were derived from trees and that they have potential medicinal uses today.  Fascinating article and I learned a few things.  Great job.

 
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