LJM (1977- / Orlando, Florida)

Hallowed Be Thy Precious Name

Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
We want to praise you, for your greatness
Hallowed be thy name!

We want to thank you for your mercy
and your heavenly grace.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy name!

We gather together on this day,
to celebrate the birth of Christ, Jesus,
born on Christmas Day!

It's not about Frosty the snowman, or even shopping.
And it's not about the number of gifts,
waiting for us underneath the Christmas tree.

It's about Immanuel, our Lord and Savior,
born in a little town called Bethlehem,
by way of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on Christmas Day!

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy precious name!

For the short time he was her on earth,
he taught us how to love, live righteously and pray.
He performed miracles and enlightened us on the ways of our Father
And most of all he gave us the bread of life.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy precious name!

For when he chose to die upon the cross in Calvary,
he sacrificed himself willingly for our sins,
to save us from our iniquities
And whosoever believes in him shall have everlasting life.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy precious name!

Although Christmas is a day of Joy, Peace, Harmony, giving and receiving.
It is also a day of remembrance and celebration;
for all the things Immanuel, our Lord and Savior and
Yahweh, our Father, God Almighty had done and continues to do for us.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be the Holy name!

So from this day forward
I commission you, Oh blessed children of God,
Why not let everyday be about celebration, worship and praise?

Let's show our true appreciation to our Heavenly Father
for blessing us with his most precious gift,
His only begotten son, Christ Jesus
The light of the world!
A constant reminder of his purpose
and what he sacrificed for you and for me.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy Holy name!

Let's make a commitment to glorify our Lord
And walk in his will,
not just on Christmas, but each and everyday.

Hallowed be thy name
I say Hallowed be thy Holy name!

Written By

Lydia McFarland

In honor of God the Father & Christ Jesus his son

December 20,2009

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