As we enter a new season of the Church Year with Epiphany, Pastor Nathanael Mayhew discusses the word Epiphany in our Word of the Week. The word Epiphany comes from the Greek and means “appearing” or “manifestation” in English. Epiphany celebrates the incarnation of Jesus into the world for sinners. But there is a difference between Christmas and Epiphany. Epipany was known as “Christmas for the Gentiles” and presents the Good News of salvation in Jesus not just for the Jews, but also for Gentiles. Maybe you are familiar with the account of the Gentile Wise Men who came to visit Jesus in Bethlehem. Jesus was revealed as the Savior of all people, Jews and Gentiles alike. Jesus was revealed the the promised Messiah and Savior through His words and miracles throughout His ministry, but also will be manifested as the Savior of all on the Last Day when He comes again. Let us rejoice during this Epiphany season that Jesus has come and has been revealed as the Savior of all people, including me!