Tho' Christ a hundred times in Bethlehem be born,
If He's not born in thee, thy soul is still forlorn.—Scheffler
All hail the power of Jesus' name!
Let angels prostrate fall;
Bring forth the royal diadem,
And crown Him Lord of all.—Perronet
O Christ, our hope, our heart's desire,
Redemption's only spring!
Creator of the world art Thou,
Its Savior and its King.—Latin Hymn
The great artist, Leonardo da Vinci, once took a friend to view his greatest masterpiece. "The Last Supper." His friend remarked, "The most striking thing in the picture is the cup." The famous artist took his brush, and with one stroke wiped out the cup, as he said, "Nothing in my painting shall attract more attention than the face of my Master!"—Selected
A Christian and an unbeliever were discussing the Virgin Birth. "If I should tell you that a child had been born in this city without a father, would you believe it?" said the one. "Yes," answered the Christian, "if he should live as Jesus lived."—Selected