The Real Christmas Story

The Real Christmas Story

By David Smith December 18, 2012


“Twas the Night before Christmas and all through the town

The cattle were lowing; the inn-keeper wore a frown.

Mary in a stable, Lying in the hay,

Anticipating the birth, Of the first Christmas Day.


Born in a manger, the flocks in the field

The lambs as they wander for the good shepherd to appear;

When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter

Even King Herod knew something was the matter.


“A King is born!” the Wise Men had to say

Herod was anxious to eliminate Children, that day

The King had his exodus, to Egypt he flew

The Old Testament predicted of his prophesy so true

All the parables and miracles become clear

He would we worshiped by believers so dear


To believe in his name; He is the light

Happy Christmas to all and to all a good night.


A Certain Samaritian at the Assembly is Clear

A Certain Samaritan at The Assembly is Clear

By David Smith December 2, 2012


Ref: Luke 10:30-37

A Good Samaritan I heard him preach

An illustration of Christ, the “Word” to teach

Rejected by the Jews, a certain Samaritan did the deed

Christ comes to us in our hour of need

The priest, the Levite,

They cannot get us saved

Only faith in Christ to live beyond the grave

The Samaritan comes back to pick up the lost

That is the Church, Christ paid the cost.

O the Parable, the picture of Christ

The Author and the Finisher, of the faith so nice.