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Favorite Christmas Carol

What is your all-time favorite Christmas Carol?

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 ---Donna9759 on 12/13/06
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Gloria in excelsis deo.
---Madison1101 on 7/29/08

---Dolores on 7/27/07

O, Holy Night is my favorite. Stirs up the Holy Spirit in me like no other Christmas carol.
---Nellah on 12/20/06

I like so many from the Lutheran carols to the more recent Do You Hear What I Hear?
But a very favorite is O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion from Handel's Messiah.
---Virginia on 12/20/06

Also, it would seem most inappropriate to sing a dancing song for the Nativity Feast known as ChristMass. Now if we are speaking of singing carols for the season...sure, I'm all for that. my favorite is "The Wassail Song"- version 1
---Tina5349 on 12/20/06

"Many songs sung at this time of year are called Christmas carols, though they are really Christmas HYMNS."

True. Pardon me if Christmas hymns were to be excluded from this thread. Lutheran hymns call us to deeper reflection and devotion. We are not so much concerned with the right atmosphere or mood for worship. Lex orandi, lex credendi-the rule of prayer constitutes the rule of believing. That which the church speaks and sings is indicative of what she confesses to be true.
---Tina5349 on 12/19/06

Many songs sung at this time of year are called Christmas carols, though they are really Christmas HYMNS.

A carol (and they can be for Easter as well, or Pentecost, or other special day) is actually a dancing song, like "I Saw Three Ships".
---Jack on 12/19/06

Savior of the Nations Come
Of the Father's Love Begotten
Now Sing We, Now Rejoice
From Heaven Above to Earth I Come
Come, Your Hearts and Voices Raising
---Tina5349 on 12/18/06

Yes, Mrs. Morgan,
I've heard Jonathan Butlers version of "Oh Holy Night". It is beautiful:)
---lynet on 12/16/06

Jeanne, Have you heard Jonathan Butler's version of Oh Holy Night? Sister, if you haven't , you will love it, he has a truly anointed voice. God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 12/15/06

lynet, dear, I'll ask you the same question I asked Jeanne, Have you heard Jonathan Butler's version of Oh Holy Night? I just heard it today, felt God's holy anointing, Beautiful! God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 12/15/06

The Gaithers wrote on called "It's Still The Greatest Story Ever Told". I like that one a lot.
---Susie on 12/14/06

Yes Daphine8897,
I love that one too! Especially when it's sung by the praise team and you can hear all five voices blending. It makes my heart flutter when they sing Rejoice!! Rejoice!! Emaaan-u-ell
OH, I got a bit carried away:)
---lynet on 12/14/06

What Child is This
---Kay on 12/14/06

Once in Royal David's City
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Go Tell It On the Mountain
---Raine on 12/14/06

There's a New Kid in Town by Kathy Mattea and Once Upon A Christmas by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. I'm going to do sign language to the song, Once Upon A Christmas at my church. It is beautiful when it is acted out.
---Rebecca_D on 12/14/06

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---daphn8897 on 12/14/06

"Joy To The World"! God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 12/14/06

My favorite is not a traditional carol, but a song written by Chris Rice and sung by Amy Grant, "Breath of Heaven(Mary's Song)". Based on Mary's perspective of the events leading up to Jesus' birth.
---kate on 12/14/06

Sorry, Donna, but I couldn't pick just one. :o
---augusta on 12/14/06

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---augusta on 12/13/06

Since childhood I am still tied with Silent Night and Jesus Loves Me...
---mikefl on 12/13/06

My favorite carol is "OH HOLY NIGHT"
---lynet on 12/13/06

There are just so many U start to say one and you go on no no what about this one! But if I had to pick a classic that would be O Holy Night a newer one Mary did you know. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
---Jeanne on 12/13/06

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