The Greatest Birth Ever

Christman poems
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Updated: 3rd Dec. 2020.

He is God
But consented to become a man
Delivered of a virgin lady
So He could be the Saviour.

Taking on the nature of Man
He became flesh and blood.
But as He is the seed of the Holy Spirit
He wouldn’t inherit the sin-nature of man.

His birth was not a happenstance
But a fulfillment of divine prophecy
Part of Heaven’s grand design
To redeem mankind from depravity.

In a time like this, yearly
We celebrate the greatest birth ever
The Son of God, and the Son of man
Born to be the Saviour of the world.

Immanuel – God with us
Jesus – Saviour, King, Judge
Wonderful, Counsellor
The everlasting Father.


©Copyright 2018|Victor Uyanwanne

All Hail the King Who Died to Redeem Us

A poem on the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ

His death brought salvation to mankind.
A Saviour like Him no one can ever find.
Without Him we would be forever lost.
With Him we overcame the devil’s worst.

They had Him despised and rejected.
But He refused to be utterly dejected.
They numbered Him amongst criminals.
And sent him to death terminals.

He took on the journey with sheer courage
The soldiers paid him a mocking homage.
He carried the cross and paid the price.
Giving His life for the ultimate sacrifice.

They put Him in a very cold grave
With armed soldiers strong and brave
To stay there and take watch over…
The devil thought it was all over.

But on the very third day
An angel rolled the stone away
And in that same glorious hour
He arose from death with power

He overcame the power of hell
Now rings the victory bell.
All hail King Jesus
Who died to redeem us.

©Copyright 2018 | Victor Uyanwanne