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Inspiring Religious Christmas Poems

These poems also inform us as to what are the legends and tales behind the birth of Jesus.

Christmas celebrations have always centered on tender feelings and feelings of love for Jesus Christ and fellow people. The most significant festival commemorated through the Christian community throughout the world, Christmas observes the birth of Christ. Thus, it is celebrated with much opulence and splendor. And with the festival around, people take all possible making the occasion a grand and commendable one. People enjoy decorating homes, purchasing new clothes, making native scenes, greeting one and the other, and preparing gorgeous meals. To create Christmas celebrations even more memorable, people write and listen to poems.

Inspiring Religious Christmas Poems

Inspiring Religious Christmas Poems

A varied selection of Paul Curtis’ religious Christmas poems, that are both thoughtful and thought-provoking. The choice includes poems the look of the biblical history of Christ’s birth and poems which reflect on the significance of Christmas to contemporary Christians.

Religious Christmas Poems to Inspire:
Awake, glad heart!
Get up and sing!
It is the birth-day of thy King.
Awake! awake!
The Sun doth shake
Light from his locks,
and all sorts of way
Breathing perfumes, doth spice the day. Henry Vaughan

The time draws near the birth of Christ;
The moon is hid; the night time is still;
The Christmas bells from hill to hill.
Answer one another in the mist. Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Rise, happy morn;
Draw forth the cheerful day from night:
O Father, touch the east,
And lightweight the light that shone
When Hope was born. Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light,
And usher in the morning;
O shepherds, shrink not with afright,
But hear the angel’s warning.
This Child, now weak in infancy,
Our confidence and joy will be,
The power of Satan breaking,
Our peace eternal making. Johann Rist

What comfort by him do we win,
Who made himself the prince of sin,
To create us heirs of glory!
To see this Babe, all innocence,
A martyr born within our defence,
Can man forget the story? Ben Jonson

No more let sins and sorrows grow,
Nor thorns infest the floor;
He comes to make His blessings flow
Far because the curse is found.
He rules the planet with truth and grace;
And helps make the nations prove
The glories of His righteousness,
And wonders of His Love. Isaac Watts

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