Christian Christmas Poems
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Our Holy Season
A Christmas Prayer
Christmas For Two
Christmas Bells 1864
Christmas Wish for You
Timeless Christmas Message
The Magic of Christmas
Jesus is Better Than Santa
The Gift Of Christmas
A Star Shown Above
Advent Epidemic Poems
The Village Poem
Sweet Babe Jesus Poem
The Christmas Gift Poem
Jesus' Birthday Poem
Christmas Cake Poem
Week Before Christmas
Our Jesus From Galilee
His Humble Birth Poem
When I Dream of Christmas
Missing You At Christmas
The First Christmas Lights
My Christmas Prayer
Fun Christmas Poems
Puppy's 12 Days of Christmas
Rudolph's Awesome Yule Rule
The Boy Who Laughed at Santa Claus
The Last Christmas Tree
Month Before Christmas
Hanging Baby's Stocking
Hanging round the Mistletoe
Gingerbread Man in a Pan
Snowball Fight Poem
Reindeer Rule Poem
It's A Computer Christmas
Holiday Diet Poem
Peace on Earth Poem
Country Christmas Poems
Christmas in our Town
Quest for the Festive Bough
A Country Christmas
A Cowboy Christmas Poem
Cowboy's Christmas Prayer
for our Military
On Watch Tonight Poem
A Soldiers Christmas Poem
Merry Christmas My Friend
A Soldier's Christmas Wish
I ain't much good at prayin', and You may not know me, Lord--
I ain't much seen in churches where they preach Thy Holy Word,
But You may have observed me out here on the lonely plains,
A-lookin' after cattle, feelin' thankful when it rains,
Admirin' Thy great handiwork, the miracle of grass,
Aware of Thy kind Spirit in the way it comes to pass
That hired men on horseback and the livestock that we tend
Can look up at the stars at night and know we've got a Friend.
So here's ol' Christmas comin' on, remindin' us again
Of Him whose comin' brought goodwill into the hearts of men
A cowboy ain't no preacher, Lord, but if You'll hear my prayer,
I'll ask as good as we have got for all men everywhere.
Don't let no hearts be bitter, Lord; don't let no child be cold.
Make easy beds for them that's sick, and them that's weak and old.
Let kindness bless the trail we ride, no matter what we're after,
And sorta keep us on Your side, in tears as well as laughter.
I've seen old cows a-starvin', and it ain't no pretty sight:
Please don't leave no one hungry, Lord, On Thy good Christmas night--
No man, no child, no woman, and no critter on four feet--
I'll aim to do my best to help You find 'em chuck to eat.
I'm just a sinful cowpoke, Lord,--ain't got no business prayin'--
But still I hope You'll ketch a word or two of what I'm a-sayin':
We speak of Merry Christmas, Lord--I reckon You'll agree
There ain't no Merry Christmas for nobody that ain't free.
So one thing more I'll ask You, Lord: just help us what You can
To save some seeds of freedom for the future sons of man!
A Cowboy's Christmas Prayer
Christmas poem written by S. Omar Barker.
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