Religious Christian Christmas Poems

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Religious Christmas Poems

 

1) God’s Eternal Blessings

God’s eternal blessings
Flows down from above
To equip us in His mission
To spread His wondrous love
So He can always use us
And stretch us in our faith,
So we may be a blessing
To others by His grace
For everything we need,
God will graciously provide
Through His eternal blessings
That’s abundant in our lives.

~M.S.Lowndes

 

2) Hark the Herald Angels Sing

Hark the herald angels sing
“Glory to the newborn King!
Peace on earth and mercy mild
God and sinners reconciled”
Joyful, all ye nations rise
Join the triumph of the skies
With the angelic host proclaim:
“Christ is born in Bethlehem”
Hark! The herald angels sing
“Glory to the newborn King!”

~Charles Wesley

 

3) The Christmas Star

May the Light that shone
from the Christmas Star

On that night so long ago
Fall on you this Christmas night

and set your face aglow.
May it shine from your eyes.

May it rest in your mind.
May it burn in your Spirit bright.

May the Peace it spoke to a weary world.
Bring joy to your heart tonight.

 

4) Spirit of Christmas

On this Christmas morning
Let thoughts of peace prevail,
As holy bells are ringing,
Across the hills and dales.

As we celebrate the birth
Of our Saviour and our King,
Let us live in harmony
Seeing good in everything.

When festivities have ended,
And the memories fade away,
Let peace remain within each heart
As it did on Christmas Day.

~Marian Jones

 

5) A King’s Inheritance

We all have an inheritance from a King
We are children of God, that’s what I mean
If we let Jesus wash all of our sins away
We will own a Heavenly mansion one bright day

We all have an inheritance from a King
And unto us will be given many things
There will be no poor; no one will do without
Jesus will provide and on that you can count

We all have an inheritance from a King
And we can all go to that Heavenly scene
Jesus will place many jewels in our crowns
And we’ll be as rich as anyone around

~Ellen Bailey

 

 

Christian Christmas Poems

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1) True Christian Christmas

Christmas isn’t showy gifts
Or glittering decoration;
It’s honoring our Savior, Jesus Christ
In humble adoration.

It’s serving those less fortunate,
Meeting their needs before our own;
It’s making sure at Christmas time
That no one is alone.

It’s taking what we would have spent
On things that no one needs,
And using it to help someone
With service and good deeds.

Our Savior showed us how to live
With charity, faith and service.
It makes the holidays a joy,
More peaceful, and less nervous.

So let’s remember Christmas is
About our Savior’s birth;
That’s the way to happiness,
The way to peace on earth.

~Joanna Fuchs

 

2) Christmas Poetry on Give

If we would take just half the measure
Of what we spend on Christmas pleasure
To give to others who have less,
Our love for Jesus we’d express.

What we spend on Christmas stuff
(It’s really way more than enough)
To others can mean so much more
Than trifles we often use it for.

The Bible tells us how to live;
A frequent lesson we read is “give.”
It’s time to spread uncommon cheer;
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

~Joanna Fuchs

 

3) Why Do We Celebrate Christmas?

Why do we celebrate Christmas,
A “Mass” for Christ, each year?
Why do we shop and give out gifts,
Basking in Christmas cheer?

Our joy is based in the Gospel,
The amazing “good news” of Christ;
We’re grateful for what He gave to us
And all He sacrificed.

Priceless gifts He brought,
Eternal life, and more,
A perfect role model for all of us,
He opened heaven’s door.

At Christmas time let’s be
Reverent and devout,
Celebrating a Christmas real and true:
Jesus Christ is what it’s about.

~Joanna Fuchs

 

4) Taking Christ out of CHRISTmas

You can take Christ out of CHRISTmas,
by saying happy holidays . . .
you can omit Christ’s name
with any other merry phrase.

You can remove Christ’s name,
from your advertisements
you can skip Christ’s name
because of your entitlements.

You can refuse Christ’s name,
it is your prerogative and right
you can delete Christ’s name
in your yearly xmas fight.

But one thing you cannot do,
is take Christ away from me
for it is because of His name
from my sins I’m set free.

You can take Christ out of CHRISTmas,
by saying happy holidays . . .
you can omit Christ’s name
but my joy, it will not phase!

~Deborah Ann

 

 

Christmas Church Poems

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1) The moment of prayer

That first moment when you pray to Lord,
That first ever thought
On this wonderful Christmas day,
Thank you Lord for showing me the way,
And making my life complete,
In every which way,
Thanks Almighty Lord for today,
Merry Christmas!

 

2) Christmas Season

Church Bells ringing, carolers singing,
this the time of Christmas season.
Jesus Christ our celebration,
of His birth to a virgin, Mary.

Forest tree cutting, bows decorating,
this the time of season cheering.
Gifts of wise men start tradition,
gifts between us, friends and family.

Turkey trimming, great pie fillings,
this the time of Christmas feasting.
Christ’s last supper, our convention,
remembering Christ at Calvary.

Church Bells ringing, Carolers singing,
this the time of Baby Jesus.
Born to die for our redemption,
within our spirits, souls be merry.

~Roger W Hancock

 

3) The test of life

Thank you Lord for giving me the strength,
To take the test of life,
Thanks for standing with me,
In all my struggles and strive,
On this occasion of Christmas,
A special thanks to the Almighty,
Thank you for keeping me blessed,
Merry Christmas!

 

4) Church-Decking At Christmas

Would that our scrupulous sires had dared to leave
Less scanty measure of those graceful rites
And usages, whose due return invites
A stir of mind too natural to deceive;
Giving the memory help when she could weave
A crown for Hope!—I dread the boasted lights
That all too often are but fiery blights,
Killing the bud o’er which in vain we grieve.
Go, seek, when Christmas snows discomfort bring,
The counter Spirit found in some gay church
Green with fresh holly, every pew a perch
In which the linnet or the thrush might sing,
Merry and loud, and safe from prying search,
Strains offered only to the genial spring.

~William Wordsworth

 

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