Dec 26, 2009

Christmas Songs

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Christmas Songs

Sarah McLachlan "O Little Town Of Bethlehem"

Keep Christ In Christmas 

Jesus Born on This Day - Avalon

The Nativity Story - A Must see !
Don't miss Joseph's surprised look when the angel tells him not to be afraid of marrying Mary and his expression when he is offered the stable or the angel's toothless "Glory to God in the highest", the snuggly wiseman in Herod's court or King Herod's wavy eyebrows when he says he wants to worship the baby too.
If you want to see the angel warning Joseph to flee to Egypt, the slaughter of the innocent teddy bears and Mary and Joseph running for their lives link here to see the addition included in the Director's Cut  link here and start viewing the Director's cut at 4:20

When Love was Born - Mark Shultz

Labor of Love [by Andrew Peterson and sung by Jill Phillips]

What Child is This by Eclipse

Bright Star of Bethleham by Melanie McMillan

A Baby Changes Everything - Faith Hill
If you are getting an advertisement for demonic toys, please skip over it - It is sad that there are people out there waiting to make a mockery of our faith by putting inappropriate advertisements on our postings.

Love's Pure Light by 11 year old Boston Rae

Breath of Heaven (Mary's Song) by Amy Grant

Angels We Have Heard on High (Spanish) by Andrea Bocelli

Heaven in a Manger

Christmas in a Nutshell

Do You Hear What I Hear ? - Sand Art

This Baby by Steven Curtis Chapman

A Strange Way to Save the World by 4HIM

While You were Sleeping

Do you Have Room? by Shawna Edwards

Silent Night by Susan Boyles

What Child is This

He is Wonderful by Kathryn Scott

Welcome To Our World - Michael W Smith

The Song of Christmas

Joy to the World

Linus Explains Christmas

Hark the Herald Angels Sing
by the Liverpool Cathedral Choir

Joy to the World by Whitney Houston

The Reason for the Season

Angels We Have Heard on High by Leigh Nash

One Baby's Impact on the World

Christmas - What's It All About Anyhow?

The First Noel - Silent Night by Elvis

Christmas Offering by Casting Crowns

Joy to the World by Desert Winds

The Wexford Carol by The Chieftains

The Wexford Carol (Irish (Gaeilge), also known as Irish Gaelic: Carúl Loch Garman, Carúl Inis Córthaidh) is a traditional religious Irish Christmas carol originating from County Wexford, and specifically, Enniscorthy (whence its name), and dating to the 12th century. The subject of the song is that of the nativity of Jesus Christ. "The Wexford Carol" is one of the oldest extant Christmas carols in the European tradition. Traditions abound concerning the song. For many years, it was felt that only men should sing it. It was only at the current revival of all things Irish that this attitude changed. Many popular female artists, such as Loreena McKennitt, recorded the "Wexford Carol" during the 1990s. The song achieved a new popularity because of the work of William Grattan Ford (1859 - 1928), who was organist and musical director at St. Aidan's Cathedral in Enniscorthy. He transcribed the carol from a local singer, and had it published in the Oxford Book of Carols, putting Enniscorthy into most carol books around the world. The song is sometimes known by its first verse, "Good people all this Christmas time."

A Song of Bethlehem at Christmas/
Don Oiche Ud I Mbeithil by the Chieftains
narrated by the late Burgess Meredith

A contrast between Bethlehem at the time of Christ's birth and the Bethlehem that still longs for peace today. How little time has changed us. O, poor little town of Bethlehem. Please pray for peace in this season God intended to remind us of peace. Merry Christmas to all.

Peace on Earth by Casting Crowns

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day by Casting Crowns

Joseph's Song by Michael Card

Away in a Manger by James Kilbane

Keep Christ in Christmas by Jeff Flint

I Adore You by Brookwood Church band and choir

The Little Drummer Boy by Roger Whittaker

Christmas in Heaven

When Love Came Down
by Bob Jones University: Soundforth Singers