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Holy Christmas Night

Author: Eppie Duran Hymnal: Hymns from the Four Winds #33 (1983) Topics: The Church Advent and Christmas; Jesus Christ Advent, Christmas, Incarnation First Line: Can you hear the call of the shepherd boy Scripture: Luke 2:15 Languages: English Tune Title: CHRISTMAS UNIVERSAL

In the Heavens Shone a Star

Author: Jonathan Malicsi; Ellsworth Chandlee Hymnal: Hymns from the Four Winds #34 (1983) Topics: The Church Advent and Christmas; Jesus Christ Advent, Christmas, Incarnation Scripture: Matthew 2:9 Languages: English Tune Title: KALINGA

The Sun Is Rising O'er the World

Author: Hidemi Itō; Sandra Fukunaga Hymnal: Hymns from the Four Winds #52 (1983) Topics: The Church Advent and Christmas; Jesus Christ Advent, Christmas, Incarnation First Line: The Sun is rising o'er the world Scripture: John 1:4 Languages: English Tune Title: CHRISTMAS DAY

Tropical Christmas

Author: Daisy Myrie Hymnal: Sing a New Song #96 (1981) Topics: Seasonal and General Advent and Christmas First Line: When Christmas first came on this earth Refrain First Line: Sing christmas song, poinsettia red Languages: English Tune Title: [When Christmas first came on this earth]
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The happy Christmas comes once more

Hymnal: Sunday School Book #19 (1903) Topics: Advent and Christmas Christmas Lyrics: 1 The happy Christmas comes once more, The heavenly Guest is at the door, The blessed words the shepherds thrill, The joyous tidings: Peace, Good will. 2 To David's city let us fly, Where angels sing beneath the sky, Through plain and village pressing near, And news from God with shepherds hear. 3 Oh, let us go with quiet mind, The gentle Babe with shepherds find, To gaze on Him who gladdens them, The loveliest flower of Jesse's stem. 4 The lowly Saviour meekly lies, Laid off the splendor of the skies; No crown bedecks His forehead fair, No pearl, nor gem, nor silk is there. 5 No human glory, might and gold, The lovely Infant's form enfold; The manger and the swaddlings poor Are His, whom angels' songs adore. 6 Oh, wake our hearts, in gladness sing, And keep our Christmas with our King, Till living son, from loving souls, Like sound of mighty waters rolls. 7 O holy Child, Thy manger streams Till earth and heaven glow with its beams, Till midnight noon's bright light has won, And Jacob's Star outshines the sun. 8 Thou Patriarchs' joy. Thou Prophets' song, Thou heavenly Day-Spring, looked for long, Thou Son of man, Incarnate Word, Great David's Son, great David's Lord! 9 Come, Jesus, glorious heavenly Guest, Keep Thine own Christmas in our breast, Then David's harp-strings, hushed so long, Shall swell our Jubilee of song.
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I have heard of a tree (Heaven's Christmas Tree)

Author: Charles A. Tindley Hymnal: Global Praise 3 #124 (2004) Topics: Advent and Christmas First Line: I have heard of a tree, a great Christmas tree Refrain First Line: There is a package for me on that tree Lyrics: 1 I have heard of a tree, a great Christmas tree, it was fixed in yon Bethlehem's stall, The blessings of heaven for you and for me, a Christmas present for all. Refrain: There is a package for me on that tree; a precious token that someone loves me. Oh yes, I can see on Calvary's tree, that there is a package for me. 2 There is one I behold in letters of gold, it hangs on a limb near to me, 'Tis labeled "salvation," and Jesus, I'm told, has bought that package for me. [Refrain] 3 There is one just above, it's title is love, it is marked by a deep crimson stain. For there it was tied by the Lord when he died, and glory to his dear name. [Refrain] 4 Another I see, it must be for me, the worlds "I will help you" I read. While holding his hand, by faith I can stand, and this is the package I need. [Refrain] 5 There are many, I'm sure, but just this one more I speak of above all the rest. It spells "happy home" with God near the throne, a place where the weary shall rest. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [I have heard of a tree, a great Christmas tree]
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When Christmas morn is dawning

Hymnal: Sunday School Book #24 (1903) Topics: Advent and Christmas Christmas Lyrics: 1 When Christmas morn is dawning In faith I would repair Unto the lowly manger; My Saviour lieth there. 2 How kind, O loving Saviour, To come from heaven above! From sin and evil save us. And keep us in Thy love. 3 We need Thee, blessed Jesus, Our dearest friend Thou art; Forbid that we by sinning Should grieve Thy loving heart.

Jesus Came into the World

Author: Jonathan Malicsi; Ellsworth Chandlee Hymnal: Hymns from the Four Winds #43 (1983) Topics: The Church Advent and Christmas; Jesus Christ Advent, Christmas, Incarnation First Line: Jesus came into the world as a little babe Scripture: Luke 2:16 Languages: English Tune Title: APOMIN

Love came down at Christmas

Author: Christina Georgina Rossetti, 1830-94 Hymnal: Complete Mission Praise #451 (1999) Meter: 6.7.6.7 Topics: Seasons of the Christian Year Advent and Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: HERMITAGE

On Christmas night all Christians sing

Hymnal: Complete Mission Praise #537 (1999) Meter: 8.8.8.8.8.8 Topics: Seasons of the Christian Year Advent and Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: SUSSEX CAROL

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