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One is for the Manger
Anonymous

One is for the manger
where Baby Jesus lay.
Two is for Mary and Joseph
on that Christmas Day.
Three is for the wise men
who brought three gifts of love.
Four is for the shepherds
and angel songs above.
Five is for the animals
who stood guard in the shed
Over Baby Jesus
in His manger bed.



What Can I Give Him
Christina Rossetti

What can I give Him,
Poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd,
I would bring Him a lamb.
If I were a Wise Man,
I would do my part.
Yet what can I give Him?
I give Him my heart.


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Christmas Angels
Christiana Rossetti

Love came down at Christmas.
Love was all lovely, Love devine.
Love was born at Christmas.
Star and angels gave the sign.


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The Wisemen
Mathew 2:10-11

When the wise men saw
that the star had stopped,
they were overwhelmed with joy.
On entering the house
they saw a child with Mary his mother,
and they knelt down
and paid his homage.


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Christmas Greeting
English Traditional

Sing hey! Sing hey!
For Christmas Day;
Twine mistletoe and holly,
For friendship glows
In winter snows,
And so let's all be jolly.


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Long, Long Ago
Anonymous

Winds thro' the olive trees
Softly did blow,
Round little Bethlehem
Long, long ago.

Sheep on the hillside lay
Whiter than snow;
Shepherds were watching them,
Long, long ago.

Then from the happy sky,
Angels bent low,
Singin their songs of joy,
Long, long ago.

For in a manger bed,
Cradled we know,
Christ came to Bethlehem,
Long, long ago.


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Merry Christmas Mother
Anonymous

At Christmas and always, Mother,
I love you for being,
not only a gentle mother,
but also a friend I can share with,
and talk to and trust.
I love you,
for just being yourself with me,
and letting me know you,
the way you are.
At Christmas and always, Mother,
I love you for standing up to me,
when I needed it,
and for standing by me - always,
and for having so much courage,
and so much patience,
and so much love.

Have a wonderful Christmas Mother!


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The First Christmas
Emilie Poulsson

Once a little baby lay
Cradled on the fragrant hay,
Long ago on Christmas;
Stranger bed a babe ne-er found,
Wond’ring cattle stood around,
Long ago on Christmas.

By the shining vision taught,
Shepherds for the Christ-child sought,
Long ago on Christmas.
Guided in a starlit way.
Wise men came their gifts to pay,
Long ago on Christmas.

And to-day the whole glad earth
Praises God for that Child’s birth,
Long ago on Christmas;
For the Life, the Truth, the Way
Came to bless the earth that day,
Long ago on Christmas.


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While Stars of Christmas Shine
Emilie Poulsson

While stars of Christmas shine,
Lighting the skies,
Let only loving looks,
Beam from our eyes.

While bells of Christmas ring,
Joyous and clear,
Speak only happy words,
All love and cheer.

Give only loving gifts,
And in love take;
Gladden the poor and sad
For love’s dear sake.


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Yule Log Prayer
Anonymous

May the fire of this log warm the cold.
May the hungry be fed.
May the weary find rest.
and may all enjoy Heaven's peace.



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