Monthly Archives: December 2013

December 25: The First Noel

The First Noel: Lady Antebellum The First Noel: Bocelli If there was a first, does that mean there is going to be a second? The First Christmas is celebrated today, and what a joy it is to worship the King … Continue reading

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December 24: Christmas Eve

Silent Night Romans 8:28  God brings light out of the darkness!  Good from bad.  Whole from broken!  That’s the message of Christmas.  It’s not presents, food, or even family.  Those are all very nice things, but don’t let them fool … Continue reading

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December 23: Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do You Hear What I Hear?: Whitney Houston Do You Hear What I Hear?: Bing Crosby What a great conversation!  Everybody is asking everybody else if they’re hearing things, and seeing things, and wondering the same things that they are.  … Continue reading

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December 22: Go Tell It on the Mountain

Go Tell It On the Mountain: Pentatonix Go Tell It On the Mountain: Mahalia Jackson Who will you tell this year?  The Shepherds are our role models in the Christmas account.  They witnessed the birth of Jesus and returned home … Continue reading

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December 21: From Heaven Above to Earth I Come

From Heaven Above to Earth I Come (An organ arrangement: 12 min, but worth the listen) From Heaven Above to Earth I Come (Orchestral arrangement: 2:20) Luther’s words come to life with this traditional German Carol tune.  Here is a link … Continue reading

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December 20: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Hark!  Peanuts Christmas Version Hark! Amy Grant Hark!  Webster’s dictionary says Hark means to listen carefully to.  It’s a great word to begin this excellent Christmas Carol.  There is a lot to listen to, but no line is more important … Continue reading

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December 19: O Little Town of Bethlehem

O Little Town of Bethlehem O Little Town of Bethlehem, Variation Jesus does things backwards.  He is the King of the Universe, yet he chooses to be born in Bethlehem.  It’s a small, insignificant little village out in the country.  … Continue reading

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