Came Down

Weekly Rap-Up with Ambassador

We sometimes forget what Christmas is really about. Ambassador reminds us that the marvelous fact that it is the time we celebrate God’s Son being born into flesh and bones to dwell among us and bless us with the greatest gift of all – Himself.

It was dope how you came down.
There was hope when you came down.
Now I know why you came down.
Glad I know why you came down.

We met our Savior when you came down.
We saw your flavor when you came down.
You gave us favor when you came down.
Now we’re going to praise you because you came down.

The more I live, the more I’m convinced of the fact that there’s hope in this life in spite of what sin does. Hard knock life and can’t weed out the sorrow. Still I believe the sun will be out tomorrow. I’ve got a right to think like this and my reason is connected to the season of Christmas because though it doesn’t seem right, one night this place of low worth held the birth of One priceless. Straight up! Wait a minute the kid’s sovereign Born in a stable he deserved the Ritz Carlton. That’s just the tip of the ice. And Christmas is the perfect time for the rhyme to hip you to Christ.

Please, y’all let me reflect on the blessing of what God did when He slid the flesh on, stepped on earth though His worth was slept on. His word made the earth and by His word it’s kept going. That’s why the season’s a good enough reason to please Him. How I wish every hood would seek Him and see Him Grown, enthroned, more than just a rabbi. I wish you could see Him as Lordjust ask the magi who brought incense, gold, and myrrh. They saw a King – whatcha’ think that the gold was for? Serving others – a lot of blood and sweat. Served and loved us – that’s the kind of gold you get when it’s Christ-style loving, change up your lifestyle loving, correct you when your lifestyle’s bugging Christmas loving, the tear up your wish-list loving … and switch it to the give gifts loving.

Christmas is the time that I can get my eat on. But now there’s divine grub I get to feed on. It’s soul food every time I get my read on. Now I no longer have to get my weed on. “He’s strong but he’s on nothing – he’s reborn. He keeps going even with the gifts and trees gone. And he’s hype of the fact that Christ is the God who came when others wouldn’t come down like gas prices.” Some swear it’s a myth but they should cherish the gift. Because when Jesus was born there was a shift from hopelessness to hope that’s just so dope I hope you get to make the most of it.

Came Down

Lyrics from Came Down by Ambassador, a Cross Movement Records artist.

Posted by Jacob Abshire on March 27th, 2009 - 11:29 pm
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One Comment on “Came Down”

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