LSB provides a choice of three prefaces that may be used on any Lord's day where the preface is designated "common." The first of these is the one that appeared in *Lutheran Worship* (...who on this day overcame death and the grave...), but it is the second of these that I find myself using most often for the beauty of what it confesses.
It proclaims our Lord Jesus Christ as he "who, having created all things, took on human flesh and was born of the virgin Mary." Thus both our Lord as the Eternal Word through whom all things were made and as the Word made Flesh is confessed upfront. Echoes of Hippolytus' anaphora ("who is Your inseparable Word, through whom You made all things...You sent him from heaven into the Virgin's womb") and it only gets stronger.
"For our sake He died on the cross and rose from the dead to put an end to death" - Hippolytus: "and when He was betrayed to voluntary suffering that He might destroy death..."
"thus fulfilling Your will and gaining for You a holy people" - Hippolytus: "fulfilling Your will and gaining for You a holy people."
There's much of Hippolytus that is left out, to be sure, but Common II (as LSB designates it) anchors all our thanksgiving to the Father in the Person of our Lord Jesus Christ, who made us, who took on human flesh from the womb of the Blessed God-bearer, and who entered death and rose again to destroy death's power thus gaining for His Father "a holy people." How could we not, then, join with angels and archangels and all the company of heaven in singing their endless praise: "Holy, holy, holy!"