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God's Little Lamb

God brought forth His Little Lamb

conceived of the Holy Ghost

From Heaven He did come

Being the Lord of Host

Leaving His Heavenly Throne

Departing from His Father's Hand

He came to this earth in the form of a man

Riches He did leave, Glory He did forsake, Becoming as a man that's

what it had to take. God's Little lamb was unblemished and without spot

Perfect in all His ways, Love is what He taught. Though hate and

rejection was given in return, man could not stop the Truth to be learned

God's Little Lamb spoke words so precious and so true, "Father forgive

them for they know not what they do." Forgiveness of sin was the message to

hear, God's Little Lamb must die so that we could draw near.

Giving us His mercy

His Love and His Grace

God's Little Lamb was slain

to take our place

Undeserving and unworthy

of such great Love

Yet uncondemning was our Savior

Sent from above

Thank you God for giving us

Your Son

Your precious Little Lamb

Is how it all begun

We now have a hope

A future secured

Eternal Life in Jesus

Who is the WORD

Tamela Greenwell


Scott McQueen said…
This is beautiful, I have to print this one; I think it would go nice inside my Christmas gifts this year, the real reason for the celebration. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas Tamela! God Bless and keep spreading the Good Word!
Nitewrit said…

Very nice.

Is this a poem you just created or one you wrote before?

Larry E.
Leon Basin said…
I love your banner a lot. Thank you for sharing your wonderful thoughts and feelings.
Greetings Tamela,

It is ironic that the same Lamb of God is the Lion of Judah. That which is the hunter and the hunted becoming as one.

Christ was able to approach people in both capacities and it challenges me to relate to people in ways which are meaningful to them rather than just comfortable to me.

Thanks for this portrayal.

Joyfully Serving,

Tracy said…
Tamela, that is beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Blessings to you, my friend!
valerie lynn said…
Beautiful poem! I loved it! Thanks for posting it and much love to you and yours. Blessings!
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Scott,

Wow! to know that my poem might be shared with your loved ones this Christmas means a lot to me, Thank you very much. You have a very Merry Christmas as well Scott and may the Lord continue to bless you and your family abundantly :)
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Larry,

I wrote this poem back in 1999. I had it framed and gave it to my Grandmother as a Christmas gift. She had kept asking me to write her a poem about Jesus for awhile, so this was the one the Lord gave me. I am glad you enjoyed it :)
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Leon,

Thank you for commenting. As long as i have breath i will continue sharing as the Lord wills. Thankyou for your encouraging words. God bless you Leon :)
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Kermit,

Yes, it is amazing! The many facets of the Lord are quite awesome. And yes, may we continue as His people/the church to be examples of those facets ourselves and shine for HIs glory!

God bless you :)
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Tracy,

Your quite welcome, and thankyou very much!

God bless you and yours and Have a very Merry Christmas!
Tamela's Place said…
Hey Jim,

Thanks and God bless!
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Valerie,

Thankyou and God bless! Have a very Merry Christmas!
Lori said…
Hi Tamela,
Beautiful poem! Do you have any of your poems published? I think more people would love to hear them:) Thank you for sharing this one.
thekingpin68 said…
Well done, Tamela!

nutuba said…

What a beautiful poem! Worthy is the Lamb!

Gi said…
Congratulations on your award.
Your blog does exactly what the award says.
Gigi said…
Loved it! Absolutely perfect!!
Tamela's Place said…

Thankyou and Amen! He is most worthy!
Tamela's Place said…
Hello Gi

Thank you, I am very thankful that we all can learn from one another. We christian bloggers are a church as well that inspire and encourage one another Blessings coming your way :)
Tamela's Place said…
Thank you Lori,

Only one has been published. The title of it is "Birth of a Warrior"

My cousin had wrote a devotional book and put that poem in her book.

I have thought about publishing some but for now or until that time comes I will share them on my blog. Maybe someday i will get them published if the Lord wills it to be done :)
Tamela's Place said…

Thank you gigi for your encouraging comments. You are always a blessing!
Robin said…
Very Pretty. You are a beautiful daughter of The King!
jeleasure said…
I want to say bravo to Kermit for noting the contrast and union of the hunter and the hunted becoming one.
Joyfulsister said…
Beauitful my Sister..
Thank you for sharing this post. This is a keeper for me too so I'll write it down as well. I just did a poem using lambs..

Hugz Lorie
capturedbygod said…
Thank you for your sweet poem! Bless you, Tamela. Jenny
Gi said…
Tamela, I have a blessing waiting for you over at Gi-christian Articles.
Aj Sims said…
Amazing poem Tammy :) .. Just brings a smile to my face , thanks so much for sharing ! Keep inspiring us all , you're doing an amazing job !

Your soon to be son in-law,
Farrah said…
Praise God for the Lamb! :-)
Vicki said…
Hi Tamela,
Your poem is delightful, and the perfect Lamab of God is worthy of praise and honor.
Blessings to you and to your family. How's the job going?
Jody said…
I am so thankful for God's Word.

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