Full Of Grace
As Joseph and Mary went through the town,
There was no place to sleep to be found.
As God looked on the World below,
He insured to them that they would find a place to go.
God sent down an Angel from above,
To show three wise men and a Sheppard boy of how He would show His love,
The Angel came to them deep in the night,
And told them to follow the bright light.
The three wise men and a Shepherd boy followed through the dessert with dismay,
They had no concept of how they would be a part of such a glorified day.
As they followed to Bethlehem by the Light,
They could not believe that there was a wonderful sight.
There in a manger was Mary holding a baby that was full of Grace,
By doing this God brought peace, hope and joy to this place.
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