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Table Of Contents

Poems about Jesus
His Love, His Light, His Life
Salvation
The Promised One
Jesus
His Birth
Glorious Light
Eyes of Faith
In the Fields at Night
The Bread of Life
Breathtaking Nativity
In the Father’s Safekeeping
Living Treasure
Worship in the Gospel of Matthew
Words of Resurrection
Praise Forever
His Hands
Discernible
Branches and Vine
Where Are We Going?
The Way, the Truth, and the Life
Faith Can
Immanuel Now Waiting
Suggestions for Creating Christmas Poems
Acrostic Poems
Concrete Poems
List Poems
Images and the Senses
Personification
Similes and Metaphors
Persona Poems
A Persona Poem
Rhymes
Alliteration and Consonance
Assonance
Rhythm in Words
Song Lyrics
Prayer Poems and Prayer Songs
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A Word Wreath

A Word Wreath

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A word wreath can be a Christmas wreath decorated with words from the Bible, an Advent activity for the family, or a Christmas devotional for children, teens, and adults.
A Word Wreath: Creating Christmas Poems provides a guide for this family craft, including suggestions for creating your own traditional or contemporary poems about Jesus. Author Marsha MacLeod shares Scriptures about Joseph, Mary, the shepherds, Simeon, Anna, Herod, and the wise men for children and parents to read together for seven days. Children can select and write a word or words from the Scripture on a piece of paper, perhaps using color or design. Together, the family can attach the paper to a wreath and create a personalized, one-of-a-kind word wreath. MacLeod shares devotional poems she has created at Christmas and offers ideas for us to use to reflect and write on the wonder of the Savior’s birth. She also examines the lyrics of some well-known Christmas carols.
This activity guide reminds us that our words can become a gift for family and friends and can help us remember the true meaning of Christmas.
A word wreath can be a Christmas wreath decorated with words from the Bible, an Advent activity for the family, or a Christmas devotional for children, teens, and adults.
A Word Wreath: Creating Christmas Poems provides a guide for this family craft, including suggestions for creating your own traditional or contemporary poems about Jesus. Author Marsha MacLeod shares Scriptures about Joseph, Mary, the shepherds, Simeon, Anna, Herod, and the wise men for children and parents to read together for seven days. Children can select and write a word or words from the Scripture on a piece of paper, perhaps using color or design. Together, the family can attach the paper to a wreath and create a personalized, one-of-a-kind word wreath. MacLeod shares devotional poems she has created at Christmas and offers ideas for us to use to reflect and write on the wonder of the Savior’s birth. She also examines the lyrics of some well-known Christmas carols.
This activity guide reminds us that our words can become a gift for family and friends and can help us remember the true meaning of Christmas.

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