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Bonus Hymn: ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

I had this stored away for a dreary, foggy day when I’d need something upbeat. That time is now.

Angels from the Realms of Glory, by Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band–with a really long “Glooooooria”!


By Request, ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

Phoebe asked for this one–Angels from the Realms of Glory, sung by choir and congregation at the 7th Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Complete with lovely snowscapes, God’s handiwork: well, they do get to see a lot of them in Michigan, in the winter.

(Note: We have a couple birthdays coming up, Phoebe’s included. Rounding up the party hats…)


By Request, ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

This is the antidote to all the poison we have to swallow as news. This is the light the darkness can’t put out. This is our defender and our King. This is Jesus Christ.

Requested by Jeremy, Angels from the Realms of Glory–performed with gusto galore by The Piano Guys and the Tabernacle Choir.


By Request, ‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

Jan has requested one of my favorites, Angels from the Realms of Glory. I chose this rendition by the King’s College Choir, Cambridge.


‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

Well, they’ve taken down the Creche across the street, so I guess that means Christmas is over. It makes me a little sad to see it go; but if it didn’t, then we’d take it for granted and it would have no impact.

Even so, one more Christmas hymn–Angels from the Realms of Glory, sung by the King’s College Choir, at Cambridge.


‘Angels from the Realms of Glory’

Well, we’ve just set up our Christmas tree, and tomorrow we will trim it. The cats are enthused.

Meanwhile, here’s Angels from the Realms of Glory, a rousing rendition by the Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Is anybody going to ask for any Christmas hymns today? We’re ready to post ’em!


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