Found 8 resource(s) in 'Prayers and Poems', for December 2019.
Prayers & Poems (all) for December 2019Christmas A Christmas Prayer Christmas Message When God was born Who Knew? The Christmas Caterpillar Bethlehemian Rhapsody ** Christmas (John1:1-14) Fumbling around in a frenzy, From September stress levels rise, Dates collide, Imagination falters As presents and experiences fail to satisfy The expectations of a world that walks In the darkness of denial and Dawkins.... (822 words)
Christmas(John1:1-14) Fumbling around in a frenzy, From September stress levels rise, Dates collide, Imagination falters As presents and experiences fail to satisfy The expectations of a world that walks In the darkness of denial and Dawkins. Yet all the time The light shines in that darkness, All the time The greatest gift shines... (83 words)
A Christmas PrayerLord, as I enter into the fast-paced season ahead, help me walk slowly and quietly. Let me stop and listen to the angels sing of the greatest news ever told. Let my heart, mind and soul join the chorus. “Glory in the Highest!! The Messiah has been born!” Among all the bright sparkling lights and... (133 words)
Christmas MessageAway in a manger the baby lay, No blankets or pillows – just some hay. Shepherds watching their flocks by night Angels appear midst blinding light. Wise men travelling from afar Following a guiding star, Herod filled with rage within Planning to kill this new born king. What can this mean for us today? Just... (76 words)
When God was bornHe came to that which was His own, but His own did not receive Him – John 1:11 God appeared one night; the world slept on. Infant flesh disguised the Holy One, announced by angels singing in the sky, ‘Peace on earth and praise to God on high’ but who turned up? Shepherds came,... (126 words)
Who Knew?Who saw the man and pregnant girl Pressing through the crowded street Struggling through the human swirl On tired legs and aching feet? Who knew? Who heard her cries, in labour’s pain Deep within a battered shed? Who cared for their impoverished shame Who thought about her grassy bed? Who knew? Who, listening to an... (134 words)
The Christmas CaterpillarSometimes, upon a Christmas day I wonder if there’s any way That Christmas might be quite a treat For those who have a few more feet! I really love my Christmas socks That fill, each year, my Christmas box O Santa, festive stocking filler, I wish I were a caterpillar! By Nigel Beeton (54 words)
Bethlehemian RhapsodyAnd finally, if you enjoyed the song Bohemian Rhapsody, and would like the ‘Christmas version’, complete with singing puppets, do visit this on You Tube. It is from last year, but still well worth the visit! https://youtu.be/IxvMkSKRWOA (40 words)
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