Saturday, 24 December 2011


Oh praise the Saviour for His love
Which made Him take on blood and flesh,
As come from realms which are above,
To bring men back to God afresh.

Love brought Him to a world of sin
Which held men in captivity;
He worked in grace to bring men in
To righteousness and liberty.

Love led the Saviour to the tree
To bear sin’s judgement and atone
That sinners might be just and free,
Secured by Christ to be His own.

Victorious through all He endured
He sits upon the throne above:
We sing, as those He has secured,
Oh praise the Saviour for His love!”

1 comment:

  1. What a fitting poem this is for Christmas... "Love led the Savior to the tree" - sometimes I think that the Christmas tree, though often disputed as a pagan and therefore, improper symbol for Christmas also points to Calvary.

    May your Christmas season be a blessed, meaningful one, David.



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