The Epiphany is about God’s promise to the world being fulfilled in the birth of King Jesus. Kings would come to his light, but in this case, Magi, who were not necessarily kings, but who studied the stars, and as such were astrologers of their time. God had revealed to them through their discipline that someone special would be born, indeed, the King of the Jews.
It was certainly a time that the Gentiles would come to the light of God made known through this king, who ultimately is to rule over all.
We see that they came with gifts for the Christ Child, which surely helped sustain the holy family for some time to come.
We do well to bow now before God’s Presence in the Child (probably close to two years old by that time) Jesus, indeed the King of kings, and Lord of lords. And to offer to him what gifts God has provided for us, first and foremost the gift of ourselves, of our lives. And to spread the word of God’s glory and the good news in him to others.