Christmas carol lyrics celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Although we do not know when Jesus's birth happened, the medieval church fastened upon a pagan holiday in an attempt to transform the hearts of communities worshiping "the old gods", in the old ways.
Children love singing the "Glo-o-o-ria" part of this pretty Christmas carol.
Visit this page to find lead sheets in several keys, a PDF of the lyrics, piano and guitar versions.
This is the story of King Herod's rage descending upon the baby boys of Bethlehem.
It is a sad story, like many in the Bible, but it is a gentle introduction to this part of Jesus' story.
Not originally considered a part of the Christmas story, this song has become so.
Coventry Carol is also known as "Lully, Lullay" and "Lulla, Lullay."
This is a very satisfying piano arrangement.
This is the story of the angel Gabriel appearing to the young woman Mary, who would become the mother of the Messiah.
Isaiah 7:14: Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.
A very lovely minor melody.
This song tells the story of the shepherds who heard the angel's message of Jesus's birth.
The account is told with words directly from scripture, and ends with Mary's thoughts:
"Here asleep the Song of God, and the Son of man... Heav'n and earth within him stand - Alleluia!"
The prophecy about where the Messiah would be born.
A good Bible verse to know... this song will help those who wish to memorize it.
This is a new arrangement of this beautiful old song.
Truly, it is difficult to untangle a Christian message from current Christmas-time festivities, gift-giving, and community goings-on, but a thin thread can often still be seen woven through the densest materialistic cloth.
God is the inventor of beauty and joy! Though an Enemy tries to twist all things away from their true purpose and bend "Good" into "Not Good", God is stronger.
"God's Grandeur" by Gerard Manley Hopkins captures this deep truth:
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Hymn sheet music with chords "Can There Be a Place?" is a song about losing Paradise, the place with no death or sorrow - but regaining it through Christ.
What Wondrous Love in 4-part harmony, a possibility for Easter - a hauntingly beautiful ShapeNote version.
Amost 5:15 reminds us that God demands we hate evil and love good. What will that mean for us?
Ephesians 5 Song: Take No Part in the Deeds of Darkness - a Bible verse song about exposing evil rather than taking part in it.
ABC song lyrics teach children how they can be saved. A, all have sinned. B, believe. C, call on the name of the Lord. Sing the words, learn them well!
Psalm 91 song is a comforting Bible verse. Learn this simple song, and you will remember that the Most High is your shelter!
And Can It Be is poetry set to music - a dramatic cry of amazed gratitude and love for the Savior.
Whatsoever Things are True - sing the encouraging and positive words of Philippians 4 to help focus your thoughts and realign your attitude!
Proverbs 8:33-36 Song: "If You Find Me, You Find Life" is the wonderful promise of these verses about seeking wisdom, and hearing instruction. A song to sing.
For by grace you have been saved through faith - learn the words of Ephesians 2:8-9 by singing them in this easy song!
This digital download version in the key of Em, with chord symbols, is greatly simplified.
Your piano students will be able to handle this one!
Also available at Amazon as a paperback.
A perfect read aloud storybook for little boys or girls.
The Adventures of Tonsta highlight the travels of a very young Christian lad with a good heart, who goes about helping folk in trouble.
With a red cap on his head and a sack of tools slung over his shoulder, Tonsta seems to meet people in distress wherever he goes.
Lots of trolls in this book.
Download this beautiful songbook telling the riveting story of the attempted genocide of the Jews in ancient Persia, and the brave young queen who risked her life to change the king's mind and save her people.
Also available as a paperback at Amazon!
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