Hark The Herald Angels Sing

What a night it was for those shepherds in the field.  Personally, I love the sound of a choir.  We went to the High School choral concert Monday night, and it was wonderful.  They sang a lot of Christmas songs in various renditions.  There was even some audience singing of Christmas carols.  I’;m glad our school has not bowed to the politically correct crowd that says no Christmas at Christmas.  I love singing those timeless hymns.

But that night must have been the most spectacular choral concert ever heard in earth.  First, a solo performance with an Angel shining bright in the spotlight.  The Angel appeared out of nowhere and frightened them at first.  But then he cried out “Fer not!  For behold I bring you good tidings of great joy.  For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior,m which is Christ the Lord.  And this shall be a sign unto you.  You shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger”.  Then the sky lit up so bright they needed sunglasses in the middle of the night (Unfortunately, sunglasses were not available).  A whole host of angels appeared, shining like the sun.  The angle choir sang out “Glory to God in the Highest, and on earth peace and good will to man”.  What a chorus!  What a night!

1 thought on “Hark The Herald Angels Sing

  1. working4christtwo


    Thanks Pete

    When I ponder the WONDER of that night; and what it portends for all of us, I marvel at the humility; the Faith, the HOPE, and the Love of Mary and Joseph. What a challenge this Birth was to them. God choosing a teenage virgin and a carpenter to BE His “mom and pop.”

    This is quite GLORIOUS! Amen!

    Glory and Praise to YOU, Lord Jesus Christ….NOW and FOREVER!

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