January 10,50 A.C.
Mary and herhusband-to-be, Joseph, lived in a town called Nazareth. But they had to travel to the city of Bethlehem to register for a census ordered by the Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus. Both Nazareth andBethlehem are in the country now called Israel. It is about 65 miles (105 km) from Nazareth to Bethlehem, and the trip probably took them several days.
When Joseph and Mary got to Bethlehem, there was noplace for them to stay because the inn was already full. They ended up spending the night in a stable, a place where animals were kept. There was probably fresh hay on the floor that they used forbeds.
That night, Jesus was born. There was no crib, so they laid baby Jesus in a manger, a feeding trough for animals. The manger probably had fresh hay in it and made a nice bed for the baby.
This is an interview to her mother Mary and his father Joseph. Mary said: “First I was nervous and sad because we don’t have place for him and food. But finally we got all we needand my son born with wealth and very good…after that I was very proud about being mother of this incredible boy, so finally, it wasn’t bad, it was good and I feel very proud and good. “and Josephcommented: “I am very proud because I persuade that things will go right and nothing bad will pass so I am very happy of being dad because now I have to teach my son very good and train it for the newlife he is going to live.”
By Adolfo Soto
I write about the birth of Jesus because I think is the most important event in Jesus life because is the start to all the life of him and I thinkthat if this event wouldn’t occur the life of today will be different. I learned that form the poorest families can born very specials humans like Jesus.