6. Praise God with Song and Carols

This year, as you remember the joyous occasion of Jesus’ birth, celebrate with songs. Proclaim the incarnation with all the festivity of a royal arrival.

2. Listen to Christmas Music

Remember that word “HARK!” Ever wonder what you were singing? “Hark! the herald angels sing…” “Hark! how the bells, sweet silver bells, all seem to say throw cares away…” An odd old expression of the English language long since fallen out of use, the word is yet perfect in its own way. A command: LISTEN! Give your ears to hear! Pay close attention! Mark what I say! Eagerly pay heed! We sing it all the time around Christmas and never give it a second thought. But it calls out demanding an audience. What you are about to hear is important. It is life!

Behold, Your King

For 2,000 years the historic Christian church has remembered the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in human flesh. This event celebrated around the world declares the advance of Christ’s Kingdom; of the increase of His government there shall be no end! No expression of man has described this work of our Messiah so… 

The Baby That Would Have Been Mine

Kari Coolidge Atalla, by the grace of God, repented and put her trust in Jesus Christ as her Savior in early October 2007. Having spent years as a false convert, Kari???s former goal in songwriting was merely to compose what she thought would succee…

“The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever.”
—Revelation 11:15