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this-is-christmas

This picture really sums up what Christmas is about. I hope you had a lovely Christmas with your family and received lots of lovely gifts, however I hope that in amongst the gifts you took time to remember Christ, and celebrate his birth.

Let’s celebrate His birth and listen to Hallelujah by Darlene Zschech.

He is here
The Savior has been born
The one we’ve waited for
Surrounded by our praises

He is here
The promise of the king
To You our lives we bring
Let your glory be revealed

Joy to the World
Peace to all who love Him
The savior has been born
And all the heavens smile

Glory to God
We bring an offering to You
Join with all the angels
Singing Hallelujah

 

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Posted: July 21, 2015 in music, nature, religion, words
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Morning has broken

Morning has broken
Like the first morning
Blackbird has spoken
Like the first bird
Praise for the singing
Praise for the morning
Praise for them springing
Fresh from the world

Sweet the rain’s new fall
Sunlit from Heaven
Like the first dewfall
On the first grass
Praise for the sweetness
Of the wet garden
Sprung in completeness
Where His feet pass

Morning has broken
Like the first dawn
Sing Hallelujah
A new day is born

Mine is the sunlight
Mine is the morning
Born of the one light
Eden saw play
Praise with elation
Praise every morning
God’s recreation
Of the new day

Morning has broken
Like the first dawn
Sing Hallelujah
A new day is born
Morning has broken
Morning has broken

Words of an old hymn which I’m sure many of us are very familiar with, but is it a hymn that’s still relevant today?

Of course it is, the words in themselves are a reminder once again that each new day is a gift from God, and as such we must praise and thank God for each new day.

Just as the words are still relevant today, the song itself is just as listenable now as it ever was – I personally like this arrangement of it by Third Day:

What better way to start my Christmas blog post of than by saying…Hallelujah, the Light Has Come!

Hallelujah We’ve been found
A Child is born to save us now, Jesus! Hallelujah Light has come!
A Savior who will set us free
A Promise for those who believe

I hope you enjoyed that wonderful reminder from Barlowgirl of what Christmas is really all about.

 

Yes, I hope you have had, and are continuing to have, an excellent Christmas Day. I hope you have received some wonderful presents and gifts and enjoyed spending time with your family and friends. But I also hope you have taken some time to remember that today we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, the light of the world.

I hope and pray that in the coming days and months we might each be able to spread God‘s message that the light of the world is amongst us.

Merry-Christmas

The cross is a universal sign for forgiveness and love. A deep love that God showed the world when He sent His only son to earth where He was crucified, just so you and I could be forgiven for every sin we’ve ever committed.

Do you feel as though God couldn’t possibly love you because of the all the things you’ve done in your life? Well you’re wrong, God loves each and every one of us, and He is ready and waiting to welcome every one of us into His arms. This is not just something I’m making up, but something that God has promised us through His son Jesus:

When he served as a sacrifice for our sins, he solved the sin problem for good—not only ours, but the whole world’s. (1 John 2:2 – The Message)

Today take the time to give all your sins to God, because He’s ready and waiting for you to reach out to Him.

Come To The Cross by Michael W Smith

Mourner, wherever you are
Wherever you are at the cross there is room
Tell your burdened heart
Your burdened heart at the cross there is room
Tell it in the Savior’s ear
Cast away your every fear
Only speak and He will hear

Hallelujah, everyone
Everyone can come to the cross
It doesn’t matter what you’ve done
Everyone can come to the cross

Sinner, come today
Come today, at the cross there is room
Blessed thought for everyone
For everyone can come to the cross
Now a living fountain, see
Open there for you and me
For rich and poor, for bond and free

Hallelujah, everyone
Everyone can come to the cross
It doesn’t matter what you’ve done
Everyone can come to the cross

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Tell it in the Savior’s ear
Cast away your every fear
Only speak and He will hear