Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Thousand Candles

We light a thousand candles bright, around the earth today, And all the beams will shine across the heaven’s grand display. Yes, over land and sea tonight the joyful message brings The birth of Him, our Lord and Christ, our … Continue reading

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A Tale of the Olden Time

I’ll tell you a tale of the olden time, While the yule log burns bright, and the church bells chime. Gloria in excelsis Deo. There sate a fair princess in joy on her throne, And there in her arms her … Continue reading

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A Sweeter Anthem

When we pass the golden summer, And, like autumn leaves, retire On the bosom of our mother, Will our song of praise expire? Refrain: Oh, we’ll sing a sweeter anthem, With unnumbered millions there; Glory, honor, and salvation, In our … Continue reading

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A Stranger Did Once Bless The Earth

A stranger once did bless the earth who never caused a heart to mourn, whose very voice gave sorrow mirth; and how did earth his worth return? it spurned him from its lowliest lot: the meanest station owned him not. … Continue reading

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A Strange Way To Save the World

I’m sure he must have been surprised at where this road had taken him ‘Cause never in a million lives would he have dreamed of Bethlehem And standing at the manger He saw with his own eyes The message from … Continue reading

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