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What is Epiphany?

On Epiphany, we celebrate Jesus, revealed as the Savior for all people. Epiphany means "to shine through." Christians remember the shining star sought by wise men from the East searching for the foretold King of kings.

As the Epiphany season continues, we remember Jesus' baptism and His early ministry. He commanded us to baptize all nations, reminding us that the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light, a light that shone through the darkness of this world, bringing salvation for all people.

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