LDS (Mormon) Poems

Welcome to my collection of original “LDS poems,” free for non-commercial use only. Making these LDS (or Mormon) poems available to others was my main purpose in creating this poetry website. I was frequently asked, “Do you have a poem for this…?”, and it just seemed easier to put them all up on a site where everyone could find exactly what they needed. Feel free to use these LDS poems in talks, lessons, programs or the like, but be sure to include full copyright information on every copy and email a request for permission before using. For internet use, a link back to this site is required. Thanks, and enjoy your visit!

ChristmasManger

Oh Come, Let Us Adore

Written by Susan Anderson on . Posted in Christmas Poems, Holiday Poems, LDS (Mormon) Poems

©1997 Susan Noyes Anderson (poem only)

ChristmasManger

With joy and hope, we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
We speak of His example, of His love and sacrifice.
Our voices raise in carols praising Him, each sacred strain
a witness that the Lord did come and sank beneath our pain
to take our sins upon Himself, a perfect gift of love,
from our own Elder Brother, He who waits for us above.

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