Gold, Frankincense and Fur.
there’s actually animated short film about a fourth wise man (his gift to the Christ Child wasn’t a dog’s dookie though)
The dog is being a wise guy.
A lot of dogs smell where they just went ….. Is that to make sure they hit the target ?
NOW it all makes sense. (Great image, as always.)
The camel wandered off while he was waiting.
Oh poop. We’re too late.
The Bible never tells us how many “Wise Men” there were, just three gifts.
At least he was wise enough to pick up after his pooch………
You know, now that I think on it, I don’t remember any mention of pets, like dogs or cats, in the bible(lots of goats and lambs and such, but it didn’t work out well for them). I suppose they weren’t relevant to the narrative.
That book says nothing about how many kings from the east there supposedly were…just how many gifts were given.
Who are we going to believe? Why would Poncho give us false information?
That’s what I prefer about female dogs. They squat once, and are done with it. The males have to pee on absolutely anything that has the scent of another male. A three block walk can take an eternity…
The next tree is a long ways away, better to go twice just to make sure you can go the distance.
‘Love the frankincense, myrrh, and gold, but what’s this in the 4th bag?’
Every child needs a dog, just not when they are an infant! My grandfather gave my six week-old son an 11 week-old LabradorRetriever. Of course, my husband was deployed at the time, so I was left with infant son and Labrador puppy to raise on my own. My son saw his dad for two months during the first 15 months of his life, thanks to the US Navy. In all, their dad was deployed for about 75% of their childhood, not to mention all the Navy moves! But, I digress…
We actually have a DVD movie called The Fourth Wise Man. It’s a great movie. I think he spends years and years looking for the Messiah and he finally catches up to Him at his Crucifixion.
July 26, 2014