Friday, December 18, 2009

Star High

On my Christmas tree the star high
Glowed blissfully drawing me nigh,
The tree not adorned with silver or gold
But light that gleamed on things of old

From there I went to a place in time
Where out of the east, His star did shine
Through the darkness , while on their quest
Wise men sought Him, they were blessed

They ask whereof our sovereign King
Destiny cries out, glory of salvation sings
Lo, the star, was before them, light of love
Guidance gracefully flowing from above

Entering the dwelling of the young child
Worship took ground ,treasures compiled
From the dream my thoughts immerge nigh
Back to the Christmas tree on the STAR HIGH!

Patricia A Moore
December 18 2009

2 comments:

Anders W. Ellingsen said...

The Christmas tree, with all it's glitter, is like a fanciful fruit tree. A fantasy. But as a fruit tree token of mission and will ...

Merry Christmas!

WHAT WE AT CHRISTMAS CELEBRATE

The Son is the meaning of life. The Son is what God is aiming at when creating the earth and the Son is the world's motivation when the world claims the Holy Spirit. Christ is He. When we show that we have The Son in mind we show we will be reliable and responsible, that our work is not left handed work but that we will keep to the right in our journey. We will follow God in the work towards making the Son, the verdict and the salvation, valid.

At Christmas we celebrate that our motivation is born. In the moment the sun turns we ourselves turn from working on the past year to think about the year to come, and Jesus Christ, the Son, is the purpose with us. The Son is our driving force and at Christmas we celebrate that the will has come into the world. It meant everything to mankind that this happened two thousand years ago. It meant everything to the Christian that this happened when the person was born again. And it means everything to us each time the subject of God is painted before our eyes. Our New Year's intention is an acknowledgment, recognition, of the will born. Christ is the desire of the Christian. At Christmas we celebrate our desire.

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