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Advent: Making Much of Jesus: Christmas Day

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My Jesus

Christmas Day

The grave could not hold my Jesus
Placed in a wooden manger
raised upon a wooden cross
Placed in a stone tomb
raised by the Rock of Ages
He rose from the dead and ascended into heaven
My Jesus defeated sin, the devil and death
King Jesus now sits at the right hand of God Almighty
He is the spring of purpose, the source of hope
and the fountain of joy
That’s my Jesus
My Jesus blesses without measure
peace beyond understanding
My Jesus brings freedom from addiction, bondage and despair
His promises are sure, His grace is sufficient, and His yoke is light
My Jesus will transform your heart, mind and spirit
He will redeem your world
My Jesus is the One we need in our lives
“I have a great need for Christ; I have a great Christ for my need.”¹
That’s my Jesus
I am a CHRISTian – a little Christ
I am the beloved of God, a child of the King,
a person of purpose with something to bring
I am a treasure, cherished to the core,
a saint, who in Christ Jesus is always more
My Jesus is my all and all
As this journey of Advent ends
a new journey of Christmasse begins²
Jesus comes as a gift, a great light in the darkness
Emmanuel, God with us
Born into flesh so we could be born of the Spirit
An incarnation of help, healing, and hope
An incarnation of peace and promise
An incarnation grace and joy
He is Lord, light, love, and life
That’s my Jesus

Worship Response (In Song)

What a Beautiful Name
Ben Fielding & Brooke Ligertwood Video

You were the Word at the beginning
One with God the Lord Most High
Your hidden glory in creation
Now revealed in You our Christ

What a beautiful Name it is
What a beautiful Name it is
The Name of Jesus Christ my King
What a beautiful Name it is
Nothing compares to this
What a beautiful Name it is
The Name of Jesus

Worship Response (In Prayer)

On this Christmas Day Jesus, receive my worship
My posture is one of wonder
the Creator in a manger
the Sovereign wrapped in flesh
the Almighty now fragile
the Eternal One pressed into time and history
You are light, lord, love and life, Emmanuel
What a beautiful name it is
Blessed be your name, Jesus
Blessed be your name
Blessed be your name
All glory be given to you, Jesus
All glory be given to you
All glory be given to you
For you alone are worthy to receive it
This day and every day
May the words of my mouth
and the meditation of my heart
be pleasing to you.

Worship Response (In Writing)

On this Christmas Day Jesus, I give…

Thought for the week

“The omnipotent, in one instant, made himself breakable. He who had been spirit became pierceable. He who was larger than the universe became an embryo. And he who sustains the world with a word chose to be dependent upon the nourishment of a young girl. God as a fetus. Holiness sleeping in a womb. The Creator of life being created.”

Max Lucado


  1. Charles Spurgeon
  2. “Christmasse” (“Christ’s mass” in archaic English) – the worship of Christ



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