A Humble Act

I cannot think of Jesus without thinking of His birth

He left His heav’nly home to become a babe on earth

The worship of the angels was replaced by shepherds praise

As they laid Him in a manger filled with hay 

What a humble act

The Fathers love displayed 

That Christmas day

I cannot think of Jesus without thinking of His life 

He healed all those who came and made the dead alive 

He taught about the kingdom as He walked from town to town 

Authority displayed on earthly ground

What a humble act

The Fathers love relayed

To all who pray

I cannot think of Jesus without thinking if His pain 

They beat Him and they whipped Him again and again

A crown of thorns they placed as the blood rushed down His face

Carrying His cross in such disgrace

What a humble act

The Fathers will obeyed

His Son He gave

I cannot think of Jesus without thinking of His death

The nails were through His hands and feet He struggled for His breath

Father please forgive them came His plea before He died 

Then He gave His life for you and I

What a humble act

The Fathers grace came down 

Became our own

I cannot think of Jesus without thinking that He lives 

The stone was rolled away and His body was amiss

He showed Himself to thousands for death had no hold on Him

Victory over death and hell was His

What a triumph song 

The Fathers power to save 

Up from the grave

I always think of Jesus because He walks with me

Keeping me from harm through every stormy sea

He tells me that He loves me and His grace will cover me

He comforts me with His gentle peace

What a loving Savior 

What a faithful friend

Lord of all creation

With me ’til the end

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