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The Birth of The King

On the first night of Hanukkah, an angel appeared

To Miriam in Nazareth and said, ‘Have no fear.’

You are highly favored so please don’t frown

The ‘appointed time’ for heaven come to earth is now.

God favored Miriam above all others

She would become Immanuel’s mother

The Spirit of God placed a baby in her womb

And Miriam worshiped El Elyon with a tune.

She ran to the hills, her cousin surprised

Miriam not only saw it in her eyes,

But, jumping in her womb Elisheva’s baby

Made is clear Miriam was a special lady. 

Yosef feared to make Miriam his bride

He was confused as to why she would tell him a lie.

But an angel came to him in a dream

Saying, “Things aren’t always as they seem.”

He told Yosef to name his coming son

Yeshua, the name of ‘salvation’ for everyone.

The name was given from God Most High

His heavenly Father he would glorify.

Now, the king of the land wanted to count

How many men in his kingdom;  he needed an amount.

So Yosef and Mary riding a donkey they went

Miles and miles to the town of Bethlehem.

Miriam’s baby was born one night

In swaddling cloths she wrapped him tight.

In a sukkah with hay he lay sound asleep

Not once did he struggle or make a peep.

Shepherds were grazing temple sheep on a hill

When they heard voices that gave them a chill. 

Above the Migdal Eder an angel throng

Shared the good news of Messiah with a song.

“From the highest heaven to the nations on earth

Shalom to you and go view the birth;

Salvation in flesh for everyone to see.”

They ran and worshipped him on bended knee.

Eight days later and circumcision the rite

Yosef named the infant in everyone’s sight.

As he was told by the angel sent from above

He named him ‘Yeshua’ with his Father’s love. 

Many months after arrived some faraway kings

Who brought the boy Yeshua some special things.

Resin of myrrh, frankincense, and gold

For the new king of Isra’el they wanted to behold.

The days of Sukkot were the time of his birth.

The Living Yeshua still brings shalom to the earth. 

He brings hope and forgiveness to me and to you

And remains forever the King of the Jews. 

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