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Gwen Rehfield

(Selah, Washington, USA)

The Reason For The Season


This is the season to rejoice,
The birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord,
God sent his only son, with holy voice,
To forgive our sins, with love out poured.
Jesus lived and died for each one of us,
If only His word we could receive,
Our sins were taken, on the cross,
Now is the time to believe.
Just ask Him into your heart,
He is there, you to guide,
Just search His Word to give you a start,
And in His Word, truly abide.
Ask His forgiveness for any wrong,
That you have every done,
And grow in His Word, forever strong,
Thank God, that Jesus was born.
Therefore, don't take the Christ out of Christmas.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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