Child of Grace

Merry Christmas! Below is a Christmas Carol I wrote two years ago and thought I would share again.



The angels praised the Child of Grace,
From old, in wonders of glory,
Then they appeared with voices clear,
To tell shepherds their story.
For the Christ, the Lord, He has come,
He has been born in Bethlehem,
O hear! Please hear! This is the One,
This Child is the Son of God.

The shepherds praised the Child of Grace,
When they found Him in a manger,
Then they explained what they had seen,
Words, Mary’s heart would treasure.
His hands, those hands, have weighed mountains,
His voice made stars by the thousands,
O sleep, in peace, dear sleepy One,
This Child is the Son of God.

And now we praise the Child of Grace,
Who grew in strength and wisdom,
His righteousness would be His gift,
To those He came to ransom.
What Grace! This Grace! Death to taste,
On the cross where our sins were placed,
O Praise!…

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Take Your Seat


Jesus rise and join the Father,
Fly and claim what is yours,
No more wrath and no more sorrow,
No more shame to endure,
Sin and death – go down in defeat,
So take your seat, take your seat.

Jesus rise and receive your crown,
Fashioned for Heaven’s Best,
No cruel thorns upon your brow,
No man-made clothes for dress,
Satan’s beat – wear the Victor’s wreath,
And take your seat, take your seat.

Jesus rise to heavenly heights,
Parade beyond our dreams,
Nothing compares, no greater sight,
No reunion the same,
Oh, to see – Son and Father greet,
“Son, take your seat, take your seat.”

Behind the lines

The victorious spectacle and heavenly reunion of the Triune God after the ascension:

Acts 1:9) And when he had said these things, as they were looking on, he was lifted up, and a cloud took him out of their sight. 10) And while they were gazing into heaven as he went, behold, two men stood by them in white robes, 11) and said, “Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into heaven? This Jesus, who was taken up from you into heaven, will come in the same way as you saw him go into heaven.”

Come quickly, Lord Jesus. Amen!

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