Christmas Music, 2017

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For the first time in eight years we have a president who will say “Merry Christmas” instead of “Happy Generic Holiday.” I think we should be grateful for it.

To celebrate the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Word of God made flesh, the only begotten Son of God born into our wretched fallen world to save it, I throw open this blog to you, the readers, and your requests for Christmas music. Any music that celebrates the birth of Christ is eligible and will be posted here. Sorry, no “Santa Baby” here: real Christmas carols only.

It doesn’t matter if a song has already been posted–if you ask for it, we’ll post it. Make as many requests as you like, there’s no limit. If you’ve never requested a hymn post before, well, come on now, join in the fun.

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!

3 comments on “Christmas Music, 2017

  1. What would Christmas be without “Joy to the World”? — the ultimate song of joy and praise for our Lord and Savior. God wins again! Yay! (Sorry, I get carried away every time I even think about that song.)

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