Tag: Christ Child

And yet…

Manger in the snow

Our lives are brightened and emboldened by the birth of Christ not because of who we are, but because of who he is. He was born in a stable, hardly a place to inspire wonder. And yet… we decorate with gold and silver, red… Continue Reading “And yet…”

Christ Child – 24th Poem of Christmas

Christmas bells ring and chime, Heralding news, happy and sublime. Resonating with sounds transcendent, Inspiring hope and joy, all magnificent. Sing we now with heaven’s angel throng This happy news in heartfelt song. Comes He now, a wee infant heart, Hearing, seeing, breathing, life… Continue Reading “Christ Child – 24th Poem of Christmas”

Angels – 18th Poem of Christmas

Angels Sing

  Angels sing, their voices ring, Nobel, watchful, awaiting the king. Glorify God! They cry in the night, Extraordinary, the gift of Grace comes in Light. Let all humankind embrace this babe so mild, Sleeping in a manger here, He is the Christ Child.… Continue Reading “Angels – 18th Poem of Christmas”

Baby Jesus – 9th Poem of Christmas

Baby Jesus

  Behold He comes in quiet grace A child so small, fair of face. Believe, this gift of love is for all, You, me, and each one who hears faith’s call. Justice in His every lesson, Each a message, and a blessing. Son of… Continue Reading “Baby Jesus – 9th Poem of Christmas”

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