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"Angels may not dress the part, with robes and wings that soar;
Often angels come as friends, knocking at your door."

(Christian Version)

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the town,
Joseph was searching, walking up roads and down;
His Lady was waiting, so meek and so mild,
While Joseph was seeking a place for the Child;

The children were nestled, each snug in their beds,
The grown-ups wouldn't bother, there's no room they said;
When even the innkeeper sent them away,
Joseph was wondering, where they would stay;

He thought of the caves on the side of the hill,
Lets go there, said Mary, it's silent and still;
The moon on the crest of the new fallen snow,
Made pathways of light for their tired feet to go;

And there in a cave, in a cradle of hay,
Our Saviour was born on that first Christmas Day!
The Father was watching in heaven above,
He sent for His angels, His couriers of love;

More rapid than eagles God's bright angels came;
Rejoicing and eager as each heard His name;
Come Power, Come Cherubs, Come Virtues, Come Raphael,
Come Thrones and Dominions, come Michael and Gabriel;

Now fly to the Earth, where My people live,
Announce the glad tiding My Son comes to give;

The Shepherds were watching their flocks on this night,
And saw in the heavens an unearthly light;
The Angels assured them, they'd nothing to fear,
It's Christmas they said, the Saviour is here!

They hastened to find Him, and stood at the door,
Till Mary invited them in to adore;
He was swaddled in bands from His head to His feet,
Never did the Shepherds see a baby so sweet!

He spoke not a word, but the shepherds all knew,
He was telling them secrets and blessing them too;

Then softly they left Him, The Babe in the hay,
And rejoiced with great joy on that first Christmas Day;
Mary heard them exclaim as they walked up the hill,
Glory to God in the Highest, Peace to men of good will!

There are five additional Christmas Card pages - some directed toward honoring "the reason for the season" - some directed toward the joy of Christmas for children - some that may inspire fond memories for seniors - and some for those ages in-between - hopefully, something for everyone. God Bless You!

Click on a thumbnail below to see that page. On the other pages, look for the little blinking angels - one will bring you back to this page - the other will take you to the next page.

(Snow Applet)
The Snowman
(Snow Applet)
Happy Holidays
Grammys &
Santa Claus
Is Coming
To Town