The door is on the latch tonight,
The hearth fire is aglow;
I seem to hear soft passing feet -
The Christ Child in the snow.
My heart is open wide tonight,
For stranger, kith, or kin;
I would not bar a single door
Where love might enter in.
"And she gave birth to her firstborn son...and laid him in a manger...."
- Luke 2:7
Thank you for reading. I really appreciate your comments.
The message of Love and Hope that Jesus brings is so awesome. Thank you for sharing. Have a truly wonderful Christmas!ReplyDelete
Hi Nellie , Love and Hope , what a wonderful message , I so hope we can carry it through the new year and forever more . Merry Christmas to your family , thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for reminding us of the Reason we celebrate this day with love for those whom God has placed in our lives. Have a wonderful Christmas Eve and a delightful Christmas Day! Lots of love to you and your precious family always! :-)ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful reminder. Wishing you a very Blessed Christmas with family and friends. Enjoy each and every moment!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Nellie to you and your family. May you all be truly blessed!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Very lovely Nellie. Thank you for reading my blog too and leaving a comment. I really appreciate it. Merry Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and yours, Nellie. And I love the photo of your twin babies. How sweet. ♥ReplyDelete
Hi Nellie from the cold Canadian prairie. Thanks for being so faithful and reading my blog and leaving your encouraging comments. This poem is beautiful - like you.ReplyDelete
It is lightly snowing here, been snowing soft and gentle all day. Very peaceful. Thinking of you and so thankful our paths crossed. Christmas love and hugs, Arlene.
A Joyous and Blessed Christmas to You and Yours, Nellie. The words you have chosen for this Holy night are just perfect, thank you...ReplyDelete
Best wishes to you and your loved ones for a wonderful Christmas, JanReplyDelete
My you have a day filled with love...
Nellie, what a lovely, meaningful poem. I pray you had a wonderful Christmas!ReplyDelete