Epiphany Feast Day 2023 Messages, Wishes, Greetings, Quotes, Messages, HD Wallpapers, and Sayings: Epiphany Day is celebrated every year on 6 January. Epiphany Day is a traditional Christian festival. It has been called the “Three Kings Festival” and “Little Christmas”. It is a very important day in the Christian calendar. The word Epiphany is derived from the Greek word Epiphane, meaning an attractive appearance, or presence. Epiphany is celebrated on January 6, 12 days after Christmas. Epiphany is an old Christian festival celebrated by various sects of the religious faith. It has been called the “Three Kings Festival” and “Little Christmas”. Epiphany, also called Epiphany, Theophany, or the Feast of the Three Kings, is a Christian holiday celebrated to commemorate the first appearance of Jesus Christ among the Gentiles whom it represents. This is done through magic and his divinity, his baptism in the Jordan River and his first miracle at Cana in Galilee. This is considered the end of Christmas celebrations for the season. Epiphany is a feast day that marks the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus (up to the age of 12). The Catholic Church celebrates Epiphany on the same day, however, Protestant churches claim that the Epiphany period lasts from January 6 until Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent.
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Epiphany Feast Day 2023 Messages, Wishes, Greetings, Quotes, Messages, HD Wallpapers, and Sayings
Let the three kings show up the path to righteousness and bring joy and prosperity into our lives.
May the Epiphany give you the wisdom to know when to compromise and the courage to know when to be steadfast.
May the journey of the Magi remind us that faith will always navigate us where we need to be.
On this Epiphany Day let our Lord guide us to the path of wisdom for a better journey in life.
“May God grant you prosperity in all your pursuits and efforts. On this holy day of the Epiphany, best wishes.”