Baby Boy | Thursday’s Thoughts

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Ten hours til Christmas! For me, at least. I’m very much excited.

Today’s post is going to be very brief, because I’m supposed to be helping my mum with a few things to get ready for tomorrow.

On Saturday, I shared a couple of my favourite Christmas songs with you. One of them was Baby Boy by For King & Country. I just want to briefly talk about some of those lyrics with you.

If you told me all about your sorrows
I’d tell you about a cure
If you told me you can’t fight the battle
There’s a Baby Boy who won the war
The war was won by a Baby Boy

Alleluia, we can sing it
Alleluia, Heaven’s ringing
Alleluia!
Endless hope and relentless joy started with a Baby Boy

Oh, before that silent night
No Savior and no Jesus Christ
The world cried out so desperately
And the Baby Boy was the reply,
Yes, Heaven’s reply was a baby boy

Alleluia, we can sing it
Alleluia, Heaven’s ringing
Alleluia!
Endless hope and relentless joy started with a Baby Boy

Think about that. Endless hope and relentless joy started with a baby boy. A little baby. The war – the ultimate war – was won by a baby boy. How incredible is that? The whole message of this song is just amazing.

There’s this video, made by some kids at a church up in Auckland, that tells this same message. It’s adorable. You need to watch it. You can find it here.

As we get closer and closer to Christmas, I want you to think about this. If God can save the world with just a little baby boy, imagine what He could do through you and in your life.

I hope you all have a very merry Christmas.

Arohanui,
Tessa Ann

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