Christmas Poems About Jesus – 12 Christmas Jesus Poems

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Christmas Jesus poems are one of the most favorite poems look for. Chanting these poems in front of kids, preschoolers always make them know more about the significance of Christmas and can strengthen their belief in Jesus among Children. There are many easy and short Christmas poems with different topics that we have added. Today we are here with beautiful Christmas poems about Jesus which you can share with your friends and family as well.

Christmas Poems About Jesus

Jesus Is The Reason

In Bethlehem, God gave to us
The source of Christmas joy;
A star is shown on a miracle:
The virgin birth of a boy.

He was born both God and man,
A Savior for us all,
The way to get to our heavenly home,
If we just heed His call.

So as we shop and spend and wrap
And enjoy the Christmas season,
Let’s keep in mind the sacred truth:
Jesus is the reason.
(By – Joanna Fuchs)

Christmas Poems About Jesus

A Christmas Carol

In the bleak mid-winter
The frosty wind made moan,
Earth stood hard as iron,
Water like a stone;
The snow had fallen, snow on snow,
Snow on snow,
In the bleak mid-winter
Long ago.
Our God, Heaven cannot hold Him
Nor earth sustain;
Heaven and earth shall flee away
When He comes to reign:
In the bleak midwinter
A stable-place sufficed
The Lord God Almighty
Jesus Christ.
Enough for Him, whom cherubim
Worship night and day,
A breastful of milk
And a manger full of hay;
Enough for Him, whom angels
Fall down before,
The ox and ass and camel
Which adore.
Angels and archangels
May have gathered there,
Cherubim and seraphim
Thronged the air;
But only His mother
In her maiden bliss
Worshipped the Beloved
With a kiss.
What can I give Him,
Poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd
I would bring a lamb,
If I were a Wise Man
I would do my part,—
Yet what I can I give Him,
Give my heart.
(By – Christina Rossetti)

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O Come All Ye Faithful

O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant,
O come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem!
Come, and behold Him, Born the King of angels!

Refrain:
O come, let us adore Him;
O come, let us adore Him;
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the Lord!

Sing, choirs of angels; sing in exultation;
sing, all ye citizens of heaven above!
Glory to God, all glory in the highest!

Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this happy morning;
Jesus, to Thee, be all glory giv’n!
Word of the Father, now in flesh appearing!
(By – John Francis Wade)

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Don’t Forget Jesus

Christmas is a special time
To reflect on Jesus Christ,
The wonder of His lowly birth
Brings meaning to our lives

There really is no other reason,
We celebrate this day,
The birth of God’s precious son
And the life, He willingly gave

But so much seems to distract us
In the busyness of our lives,
We lose our focus in all the happenings,
Not knowing, we leave out Christ

We lose sight of the true meaning
As we endlessly rush about,
Trying to find that perfect gift,
Seems to cloud our Saviour out

We need to stop and reflect awhile,
Remembering our precious Lord,
His birth, His life, and sacrifice
And all that He stands for

For though the world may celebrate,
It seems, though, for other reasons,
Let’s keep in mind that Jesus Christ
Is the true meaning of the season.

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As A Baby, Jesus Came

As a baby, Jesus came
His home above
He left His throne, and who He was,
To teach us how to love

As a baby, Jesus came,
Wrapped in swaddling cloth;
Willingly took on humanity,
Though He was one with God

As a baby, Jesus came
To one day grow to be
The saviour of the human race,
People like you and me

As a baby, Jesus came
As God’s eternal light
That will never be extinguished,
But forever shine out bright

As a baby, Jesus came
The hope of eternal life,
Reconciling us back to God,
Giving meaning to our lives

As a man, Jesus died,
His blood poured out for all,
Cleansing and forgiving us,
For this, He was called

We thank Him that He came to a babe
And grew to be a man
And for His sacrificial love,
His nailed scarred feet and hands

Through it all, we can live on
With Jesus Christ our Lord
The babe that came that first Christmas
Is what we thank Him for.

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Did Jesus Know

Did Jesus know the price that he would pay
When he was born to us on that long-ago Christmas day.
God loved us so much He sent His Son, you see
But many objected and could not agree.

Jesus still teaches us today, The Word such a treasure
And for those who follow The Word life is full of pleasures.
Still celebrated today this baby born so long ago
Causes peace, goodwill, and still set the world aglow.

Stop and think about how many things do not survive
But yet today, The Word is still alive.
So during this Christmas season,
Take time and reflect on the reason.
(“Poet – Catherine Pulsifer)

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Jesus, When You Were Born

Jesus, when You were born
In Bethlehem long ago,
Did you mind being out in a stable
When there was no place else to go?
And Jesus when you were born,
Son of God, in a stable You lay,
And the people didn’t know who You were,
Didn’t come to You and pray.
But I wonder if I had been there,
In Bethlehem looking at You,
Would I have known in my heart who You were,
Or would I have shut my door too?
So, now Jesus I will promise,
Because I know what to do,
I know that You are the Son of God,
And I will open my heart up to You.
(By – Mary Flynn)

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Don’t Forget Jesus

Christmas is a special time
To reflect on Jesus Christ
The wonder of His lowly birth
Brings meaning to our lives
There really is no other reason
We celebrate this day
The birth of God’s precious Son
And the life He willingly gave
But so much seems to distract us
In the busyness of our lives
We lose our focus in all the happenings
No knowing, we leave out Christ
We lose sight of the true meaning
As we endlessly rush about
Trying to find that perfect gift
Seems to cloud our Savior out
We need to stop and reflect awhile
Remembering our precious Lord
His birth, His life, and sacrifice
And all that He stands for
For though the world my celebrate
It seems though for other reasons
Let’s keep in mind that Jesus Christ
Is the true meaning of the season.
(By – M.S. Lowndes)

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The Lord’s Light Within

Lord, we reflect with thankful hearts
On the wonder of Your birth
The love You expressed when You left
Your Glory to come to earth
Your life was like a beacon, Lord
Shining brightly in the night
Filling the world with the radiance of
The Father’s Glorious Light
And we, too, long to have inside
Your light for others to see
The beautiful reflection of Your grace
And the wonder of Your majesty
For as Your life indwells our hearts
We can shine wherever we are
And arise to take hold of each new day
With Your light ablaze in our hearts
So rekindle the flame within us Lord
So it will not flicker nor dim
Ignite us with the light of Your love
So, You will shine brightly within.
(By – M.S. Lowndes)

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Christmas Spirit

The wind is blowing with the cold breeze air,
The children are singing everywhere,
The laughter and joy are always shared,
These are signs that the Christmas spirit is in the air.

The love that we give will always be felt,
The messages we convey will also be sent,
The poor and the needy will now be fed,
These are signs that the Christmas spirit is not yet dead.

The people everywhere are having fun,
The fathers are bonding with their son,
The quarrels and fights are already done,
These are signs that the Christmas spirit is not yet gone.

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Jesus Is Born

Praise the Lord,
He sent His Son,
The one who’ll save,
Every man. Christ the King,
“FOREVERMORE”,
Be our guide,
And our light
Christ the King,
The Son of God,
Lead us through,
To the right path.
Christmas day,
The day you’re born,
Sent to the world,
To protect us all.

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Practice Jesus

If we practiced Jesus every way,
It’d be like Christmas every day;
If we, like Him, were meek and mild
And loved each woman, man, and child,
If we’d read our Bible, it’d remind us,
So that every single day would find us
More and more in sweet accord
With our sweet Jesus–Master, Lord.
Then every day that we’re alive
Would be like December 25.
(“By – Joanna Fuchs”)

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