Day 14:: True meaning of Christmas: :: CBC 2017

Today’s challenge- Write a short poem about the true meaning of Christmas.

Well, to me Christmas is all about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. God gave us Jesus Christ his own son so the purpose of Christmas is to share the gift of Jesus Christ so the whole world will know and join in the love.

I don’t really have a Christmas poem but would love to share this amazing poem by Stephanie Cherie Burger called ‘precious gift’ be blessed as you read.

“Precious Gift” is an original

Christmas poem expressing thanks to God for the most precious gift of his Son, Jesus Christ.


Celebrate this Christmas

The birth of God’s Holy Son

Give praise and thanks

For all that God has done

The miracles at this time

Are all too often hard to see

All of our time is spent

Buying presents for under the tree

Don’t forget the reason

Behind this glorious day

Was a babe born in a manger

On that blessed Christmas Day

His life was laid down for us

Christ, he gave us his all

To suffer our sins for us

In hopes that no one co

uld fall

Our sins have been forgiven

All that’s asked is we believe

There are no words to express

The love he has for us

Remember how he suffered

Before he died on the cross

Worship him this Christmas

Fall on bended knee

Lift your voices singing praises

Let him be all you need

Though presents and decorations

Are a lot of fun

Give thanks to God this Christmas

He gave the most precious gift to us,

The life of his only Son

–Stephanie Cherie Burger


Sue Chastain


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