Clekxy Toth

Christmas - Poem by Clekxy Toth

Christmas is the season
Christ is the reason,
Throng of believers
All over the world,
Their Salvation,
Christ the reason.
A Lamb
With the Lion's heart,
His humility,
You will swear He is not the one.
But He came
In this human form,
That we who have matched into His Kingdom,
When our confession was the only believe we had on Him as our Lord and saviour,
Will be embraced and clothed with the garment of righteousness.
Jesus Christ,
The Lamb
With the Lion's heart.
He is the reason.

Christmas is the season,
Christ is the reason.
But its rather unfortunate,
Throng of souls miss this reason.
If only they will know,
Christ, our saviour
Mass, our offertory worship.
If only they will know,
That Christ-mass is the reason of every season,
To worship Jesus,
Our saviour,
Not a season,
Of practicing evil.
My heart will be at peace.

Christmas is the season
Christ is the reason.
Go tell it on the mountain,
Tell it over the seas,
And every where.
Go tell it,
That Christ is born.
He whose prophesy,
Was told from old.
The fulfilment of God's love to the world,
Christ, He's come already.
The waiting is over as foretold.
Salvation has come,
Do not celebrate His season with evil reasons,
Let His blessing be your watchword every season.
Celebrate the reason of the season.
You don't have to show only your new clothes and gifts,
But let the best gift you will receive be the salvation that comes from your confession,
Let the best celebration you will have be the privilege you have to share in His love.
Cos Christmas is the season,
And Christ the reason.

Topic(s) of this poem: christmas

Comments about Christmas by Clekxy Toth

  • Rini Shibu (12/25/2017 5:39:00 AM)

    The best gift you will receive be the salvation that comes from your confession.. Wonderful message (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 24, 2017

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