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Pprecious Lamb of God
who was born to a woman of virtue
whom faith was very solid
for she was the chosen one with child
God's only Son, Lord, and Saviour
her light did shine
Mary mother of baby Jesus

She was full of joy
God's little boy
waiting for the prince to be born
the most highest King Son

There God annointed her a husband
a good man, and servant of the Lord
Joseph who obeyed His every word
loved Mary with all of his heart
accepted God's love and promise
married Mary and became Jesus
Earthly Father

The time had come for Mary to give birth
no room in the inn, for Joseph and Mary
Lo,and behold, in the stable they found
an ol' manager to lay baby Jesus in
wrapped Him in swaddling clothes

The brightness from the star did shine
over the Lamb sent from above
far off in the country
there were three wilse men
Lo, the Angel of the Lord
came upon them and the glory
of the Lord shone round about them

The Angel brought good news
for unto you is born this day
in the City of David
A Saviour, which is Christ the Lord

Off they went, following the star
in the Inn were Jesus parents
and lying in a Manager were
the Lord of Lords
and Kings of Kings

Gifts were brought to the King
myrth, gold, and frankincense
they glorified the Son of God
worshipped him,giving him praise
all brought by the three wise men

Angels all around
Casting the news
In today's world
we kneel and pray for
all,on the pews




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"If we will seek the counsel of the One who keeps us, and not of our own understanding; Then we would accomplish much, much more" - ~Jeannie Simpson~






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The following comments are for "Precious Lamb Of God"
by JEANNIE45

nice...
I like it, well written.

( Posted by: Brenron [Member] On: December 28, 2003 )

Brenron
Thank you so much for your comment; it is well appreciated.

Blessings to you and family

{{{Jeannie}}}

( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: January 3, 2004 )





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