CHRISTMAS POEMS: “Jesus: The Christ” by Trina Graves


Jesus: The Christ


At Christmas we celebrate the birth
Of the Son Of God who came to Earth
Our Saviour, Lord, Holy One, Messiah
The King Of Kings to lift us higher

As many names, as ways to show
He came to teach us how to grow
A Prince Of Peace, The Lord Of All
Would we listen and heed His call?

The Lamb Of God, Chosen One, a Rock
A Good Shepherd tending His flock
The Way, The Truth And The Life
Light Of The World to heal all strife

I Am, the Alpha and Omega
A pure essence, He was eager
To show the truth ‘Emmanuel’
Means ‘God is with us,’ He came to tell

The Nazarene, the King Of Jews
He led the way, but we can choose
Our thoughts and belief in His way
His Unconditional Love is here to stay

Now two thousand years have gone by
Since the Son Of Man from on High
Walked His Earthly path in physicality
Yeshua, a blessed guide for you and me

Trina Graves – 10th December 2018


Posted with permission from the author.

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    1. Thank you dear friend! Merry Christmas! 🙂

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      1. Merry Christmas to you!! 🙂

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  1. Beautiful words of who Jesus was and God in Human Form who came for us and was ever Eternal. Lovely poem, Amira.

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  2. LindaP says:

    Beautiful thoughts on our Lord Jesus!

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  3. Trina Graves says:

    Thank you for sharing Amira. ❤

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    1. It’s always my pleasure to share your beautiful poems dear friend! ❤

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