Susanna Burton Goehler Campbell

(Lecanto, Florida, USA)


Poem by Susanna Burton Goehler Campbell

Jesus Christ the Son of God was born on Christmas Day
No silks or satins or grandeur things for this child to display
His shelter was a stable a manger was his cradle
God in his infinite wisdom sent his Son to earth
The flesh and precious blood of Jesus Christ
Saved the world from sin and death uniting heaven and earth
Three wise men came to Bethlehem to find the newborn King
Gold, myrh and frankincense these gifts the wise men bring
A star shone brightly in the east to guide them on their way
They followed it to the stable in Bethlehem where the Christ child lay
Angels sing their praise on high alleluias fills the sky
Christmas all rejoice and sing heaven and earth proclaim his name
Jesus Christ the Prince of Peace their King

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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