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Follow the star to a place unexpected Would you believe after all we've projected A child in a manger Lowly and small, the weakest of all Unlikeliest hero, wrapped in his mothers shawl Just a child Is this who we've waited for? Cause how many kings, stepped down from their thrones? How many lords have abandoned their homes? How many greats have become the least for me? How many Gods have poured out their hearts To romance a world that has torn all apart? How many fathers gave up their sons for me? Bringing our gifts for the newborn savior All that we have whether costly or meek Because we believe Gold for his honor and frankincense for his pleasure And myrrh for the cross he'll suffer Do you believe, is this who we've waited for? It's who we've waited for How many kings, stepped down from their thrones? How many lords have abandoned their homes? How many greats have become the least for me? How many Gods have poured out their hearts To romance a world that has torn all apart? How many fathers gave up their sons for me? Only one did that for me All for me All for you All for me All for you How many kings, stepped down from their thrones? How many lords have abandoned their homes? How many greats have become the least? How many Gods have poured out their hearts To romance a world that has torn all apart? How many fathers gave up their sons for me? Only one did that for me All for me All for you Songwriters MARC A. MARTEL, JASON RONALD WILLIAM GERMAIN

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1 Sarah R = "When Mary and Joseph took Jesus to the temple they encountered two old saints, Simeon and Anna, who had waited all their years to see God's promise of a Messiah fulfilled.  See what they say about Him in Luke 2:21-38."
2 Sarah R = "This is a painting of the transfiguration, when Moses and Elijah appeared talking to Jesus. Moses represents the Old Testament law and Elijah represents the Old Testament prophets. This is significant, as Jesus came to fulfill the law and the prophets (Matthew 5:17) and their prophecies about the Messiah who would come and save the world."