Why did the shepherds visit Jesus?

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The shepherds went to visit Jesus because on the night when Jesus was born, while they were keeping watch over their flocks of sheep, an angel appeared to them and gave them the good news that a Saviour, the Messiah, had been born. The angel told the shepherds they could find Jesus lying in a manger in Bethlehem.
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