by Kingsley Kurien
A cold winter Bethlehem night of December;
A beautiful sight is about to assemble.
A cradle came down to earth;
To herald JESUS's birth.
A sweet 'lil baby in a manger;
He is my Saviour and & not a stranger.
The twinkle in his eyes;
Made the stars shine so bright.
The baby in the manger shone the brightest;
Sending a sign of his humble yet noble birth.
The holy cradle was welcomed by cattle;
This 'lil baby would battle for me forever I never imagined.
The shepherds came to worship;
With all the cows and sheep.
The wise men on camels spotted the star;
They worshiped him with frankincense and myrrh.
His mother felt blessed the most;
He was born to save sinners who were lost.
His father looked amazed;
And thought of all the troubles they had faced to bring the Saviour to
Who knew the baby would go on to save the world?
To bring sinners into light;
To save us from trials and tribulations;
I give my salutation to the King of Kings.
For all the world to see and praise;
He held my hand and raised me from sin.
He was born for you and me;
The very LORD JESUS CHRIST who lived a life as a man and died for me;
For his great love towards me I will never be able to repay, the debt of his love;
And on the Cross he paid for it for my deeds.
He is my Saviour, the one who will be etched in my heart forever.
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