Carol of the Stars

This seems appropriate to start the New Year off with. It is John’s “Pastor’s Reflection” for this January’s newsletter.

Carol of the Stars

In the dark, still night at the dawn of time
Shone a pure beam, the brightest light of any ray.
For the Morning Star, part of God’s own plan
Sang the love song of His redeeming love for man.

Morning Star shine into this world of ours below.
Send your warm rays to lighten all our darkest days.
Light of light that shined  when the world began,
Enter every heart of man.

From “Three Wee Kings”, by Daniel Sharp, Betty Hager & Fred Bock (1982)

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About Susan Ozmore

I'm a blogger, freelance writer, and former teacher. After 12 years in the telecommunications industry, I taught math and science. I have, however, always loved history! So now I am indulging by reading many great books and sharing what I learn. As Harry Truman said, "The only thing new is the history you don't know." Please comment, I would love to receive your feedback. Thanks for reading.

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