Cecelia Weir

Rookie - 47 Points (March 19,1955 / Fayette, Alabama)

I Found Christmas (X'mas) Poem by Cecelia Weir


I Found Christmas
When God found me.
He freed me from this world
Which before in my mind
I certainly did not see.

Like Christmas feelings
My ways He laid aside.
To give lots of love and toys
And gifts of joy
During the Christmas tide.

No matter how bad
The children are
The parents always give.
To sacrifice and show their love
Because in them they live.

It was just like Christmas
For it was just like God
To make it Christmas to me.
To show me His goodness
And open my eyes to see.

I thank God
I Found Christmas.
When Christ, the Baby Jesus, found me
And to see His blessings everyday
Is the Christmas now I see.

Christ being born on this day
Like Him being born in me.
Gave me a chance
To tell a dying world
He saved a wretch like me.

So search in your heart
Find where your Christmas may be.
And discover a whole new world
Celebrating your life
For God in your soul is free.

Submitted: Thursday, June 10, 2004
Edited: Wednesday, August 24, 2005

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