Well, the Creche is still on display at St. Francis’, across the street, and our tree’s still up–so what do you say to a little more Christmas music? How about Nat King Cole, and Hark! the Herald Angels Sing?
I pray the Lord will give this Christmas the power to work all throughout the year.
I’m surprised no one has asked for this yet–O Little Town of Bethlehem. And who better to sing it than Nat King Cole, with the voice of an angel?
If this doesn’t make your eyes fill up, you’d better get your fluids checked: you might be running low.
O Little Town of Bethlehem, sung by the immortal Nat King Cole–and unless I miss my guess, the art is by Thomas Kincaid.
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This is the melody for Away in a Manger most often sung here in America: and we’ve got Nat King Cole to sing it–a national treasure.
And now we have to hit the road: back this afternoon.
Come on, now–does this not stir your soul? The birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior, and the voice of Nat King Cole: O, Little Town of Bethlehem.
Well, here I am, all ready to post whatever Christmas music that anybody asks for. All I need is some requests!
This carol, sung in German, was a Christmas fixture at my grandpa’s house, and my mother used to sing it to us, too. It’s here at my wife’s request.
How I miss those Christmases at grandpa’s house! It was amazing, how many people could fit into it for a family Christmas.
But, as Our Lord Jesus told us, “In my father’s house are many mansions…”
We will have a place to stay when we get there. Amen.
Let’s start off the day with O, Little Town of Bethlehem, as sung by one of our national treasures, Nat King Cole. This is a reader request.
I have to get out of here in a hurry this morning to do some Christmas shopping. In the meantime, I’ll try to find something nice to post here this afternoon.
Yes, the real world news is uniformly depressing and bad. Anyone who expects anything good out of our current crop of misrulers is not in his right mind.
But Christmas is coming…