Monday, December 24, 2007


Suppose that Christ had not been born
That faraway Judean morn.
Suppose that God, whose mighty hand
Created worlds, had never planned
A way for man to be redeemed.
Suppose the wise men only dreamed
That guiding star whose light still glows
Down through the centuries. Suppose
Christ never walked here in men's sight,
Our blessed Way and Truth and Light.
Suppose He counted all the cost
And never cared that we were lost
And never died for you and me
Nor shed His blood on Calvary
Upon the shameful cross. Suppose
That, having died, He never rose
And there was none with power to save
Our souls from death beyond the grave!
On faraway Judean morn,
Suppose that Christ had not been born!

Written by Martha Snell Nicholson

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Anonymous Nicholas Z. Cardot said...

Nice post!

12:14 PM  

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