Joy to Jesus/Merry Christmas

Joy to Jesus

J oy needs to be spread to

O thers throughout the world.

Y ears ago, our Savior came

T o be born a baby and

O ffer to die for all humanity.

J ust as the Bible says,

E veryone can have a relationship with God.

S alvation is free for the asking.

U nder His wings He

S helters us safely. He has set us free.

Merry Christmas

M ake way.

E veryone sing to the Star of Bethlehem.

R oyalty has come. Jesus is our King.

R ighteousness he bestows, making

Y our hearts clean.

C ower no more in fear of sin's power.

H e conquered death and hell and

R ose from His grave our shame to devour.

I mmanuel, God with us, now reigns on high.

S oon we will be with Him beyond the sky.

T arry not in your service to our

M aster. Tell your neighbor He loves them so.

A ll to Jesus freely

S urrender, heart and body and life and soul.

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MsDora 3 years ago from The Caribbean

You got the message out in your acrostic. It is all about Jesus and the salvation which He brings. Thank you.

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Faith Reaper 3 years ago from southern USA

Yes, Joy to the World, and our King, who has already come, Jesus, King of Kings, Lord of Lords.

Up and more and sharing

Merry Christmas to you and yours,

Faith Reaper

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Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

The message of joy through your poetry is clear I dont know what you call this type of poem.. but I enjoyed the read and the message :)

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lcbenefield 3 years ago from Georgia Author

Ms. Dora, Faith, Frank; Thanks so much for reading. The joy of Christmas is Jesus, our King. May you all have a very Merry Christmas!

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teaches12345 3 years ago

Thank you for this inspiring message. Yes, we must tell our neighbors that God loves them. Merry Christmas and may you enjoy a truly wonderful celebration.

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lcbenefield 3 years ago from Georgia Author

Thanks, teaches. You as well.

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