I really didn’t want to write up any more nooze today, so I was happy when Joshua came up with this Christmas hymn request: Angels We Have Heard on High, by Fernando Ortega. Ah, that’s better!
Please join me in prayer.
O Lord our God! In Jesus’ name, please bless this Christmas season and give it power to work all throughout the year, every night and every day, to draw our hearts to Jesus Christ and move us to work and pray for His Kingdom. Amen.
I’ve tried to program this wonderful hymn to be posted tomorrow, while we’re out scrambling around to buy a Christmas tree and Christmas dinner before we get the torrential rains that are in the forecast for the next day.
Requested by Phoebe, the Christendom College Choir with Angels We Have Heard on High. I think you’ll be glad if you turn up the volume!
Oops. If I’ve done this right, “tomorrow” is “today.”
An old favorite, requested by Joshua–Angels We Have Heard on High, by Acapella.
I’m always much impressed by people who have mastered the art of using their voices as musical instruments, for the glory of God–maybe because I can’t.
I’ve got a pile of stuff to edit for Chalcedon, the “check engine” light keeps coming on in Patty’s car, somebody’s dog has been allowed to poo all over the place and guess who stepped in it, I took a bike ride and soon discovered my seat was soaking wet–so I think I need another Christmas carol.
Angels We Have Heard on High: I don’t know who this is, singing it, but I like it. I like it a lot.
This is the song I woke up with this morning–Angels We Have Heard on High, performed by I don’t know who: I wish I could give him credit by name.
There are dark and evil forces strenuously at work in our time, and Christmas needs to work on our hearts all year round. Easter, too! Our weapons are spiritual, our shield is faith, our sword is the word of God.
Listen, listen, listen for the angels…
How about this to start your day? A traditional choir sings a traditional French carol, Angels We Have Heard on High. Come on, now–this has got to get you in the spirit!
Requested by Erlene. Waiting to hear from more of you!