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Christmas Poems

Agnus Dei
In 2018, I heard for the first time in my life how lambs were born and bred in Bethlehem; how the unblemished ones for singled out and swaddled; were later sacrificed, and shed their blood in Jerusalem for the sins of the people. Google it. Amazing!

The Road to Bethlehem
Beginning in 1980, I wrote 25 Christmas poems over the course of the next 27 years. It was my (nearly) annual tradition. Then, I stopped! Twelve years later, after being VERY convicted for ignoring God's gift to me, this was my Christmas poem for 2017.

The Reason second in poetry contest
I've already seen Christmas items on the shelves in early October. While I appreciate something other than Halloween stuff, I'm still taken aback with the commercialization and compromise of Christmas and the Great Commission...Here are my thoughts.

Did the Angels get it Wrong?
At a particularly messy time one Christmas, I saw someone write " 'Joy to the world and peace to all men' Ha Ha." And I wanted to write something in response.

Christmas Day
A short poem on the meaning of Christmas.

It Was The Day Before Christmas
The greatest birth on earth!

Blessed Christmas & A Joyous New Year
Blessed Christmas & A Joyous New Year Poem

Jesus, God's Son
This is a poem written to address the very heart and reason for Christmas, the gift of God's son.

The greatest gift
Poem about the coming Messiah, then and now.

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