Poems about baby jesus birth
Snuggle Time Christmas Stories by Glenys NellistChristmas lights are twinkling,
Candles all aglow.
Christmas cookies baking,
Stockings in a row.
Happy Birthday, Jesus.
We’ll sing and clap and cheer.
Thank you, God, for Christmas—
Our favorite time of year!
Snuggle Time Christmas Stories, written by Glenys Nellist and illustrated by Cee Biscoe, is a beautiful collection of thirteen poems that tell the story of Jesus’ birth. This padded board book with glitter and foil uses simple concepts, rhyming text, and adorable art to help children engage with the nativity story, delight in the Christmas season, and draw closer to God.
Christmas Poems About Jesus' Birth
Here is our collection of wonderful poems about jesus. From Short poems perfect for a greeting card, to longer poems from famous Christian poets. O my dear heart, young Jesus sweet, Prepare thy cradle in my spirit And I shall rock thee in my heart And never more be parted from thee. But I shall praise thee evermore With songs sweet unto thy glory; The knees of my heart shall I bow And sing that true Balulalow. Take in His light, Who makes thy cares more short than night. The joys which with His day-star rise He deals to all but drowsy eyes;. And, what the men of this world miss Some drops and dews of future bliss.
There is also an option to listen to this Christmas Poem if you would like to. Just click on the link above the title of the poem. Music is the song 'You Are' by David Delgado and used with permission. To listen to his music, please visit his site Wordless Worship. Hope you enjoy!
I really enjoy writing Christmas poems, and have composed fourteen since It's a very different form of writing for an apologist like myself, whose subject matter is almost exclusively non-fiction, so it's a fun challenge every time I set out to write another one. We apologists always love challenges, after all! They usually come to me very quickly in a burst of inspiration. My poem about the angels, for example, was written in about an hour in the middle of the night on Dec.
More Christian Poetry
These original Christmas manger poems express how quickly we forget the true meaning of Christmas and the real reason we celebrate Jesus Christ's birth. Once in a manger, a long time ago, Before there was Santa and reindeer and snow, A star shone down on humble beginnings below Of a baby just born who the world would soon know. Never before had there been such a sight.
G is for God Who shows us His love. O is that special One Sent from above. D is that special day God sent His Son. S is for shepherds And for angels' songs. G is gifts The great Wise Men did bring. I 's for the inn Where they worshiped the King.