Another Christmas - what a fuss, 

We wonder what it holds for us. 

And then, rebuked, we call to mind 

That Christ was born to rule mankind.

He came from bliss beyond compare. 

He stooped so low, our lot to share. 

And here among the humblest streak, 

He came to live and work and speak.

And not alone was He to serve, 

Christ came to die a shameful death. 

And on the cross He took our place 

And taught us how to live on earth.

Our cross unites us with His Crown: 

It is the royal road to reign. 

This Christmas we should all do well,

If Christ would come with us to dwell.