I don’t have a personal website address. I really do appreciate the efforts of this great initiative, to publish songs on the internet.
do you know were i can find this song i don’t know what it’s called but here are some of the lyrics:
when is he coming, when, oh when is he coming, the redeemer?
when will we see him, when, oh when will we see him, the redeemer?
come, oh come, from your kingdom up there,
from your kingdom up there above!
come, oh come, to your people on earth,
to your people on earth bring love!
Emmanuel! Emmanuel! Emmanuel!
i have to learn this for choir at school! can you help me find it and give me a link??? Thanks
I am enjoying this site , May God continue to bless this work.
Thank you very much for your thoughts by sending this list of seasonal Christmas songs. May God bless you and staff, Wishing you a blessed year in 2010 in many ways. Robert Pandolfi
Thanks for the Christmas hymns and works of art. Some are missing like Away in a Manger, though.
Any Hymns in Spanish for this season. Spanish is the second most spoken language in the US and it is the larges minority group
Thank you for this. It is a gift I will long appreciate as I send out a daily devotion to over 400 and it is hard to find good Christian music to go with each one. Thank you again and God bless your work in keeping us supplied with wonderful music. I will use it often and will gladly use the updates as you send them. Again Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Deaconess Shirley Choat from Nebraska
Thank you so much for the list of Christmas hymns. Merry Christmas! God Bless you.
Thank you for this link to hymanal songs about Christmas. I love hymnal songs for many reasons but the prime one is their revelation of the deep commitment between God and their composers. I find a different taste in them when compared to those in our modern ways of worship. I think God seeks the heart of the singer more than the words or instruments with which we sing. I hope many will be blessed by your ministry. Thanks!
I love your site. Thank you for making it available to all of us. I use it almost daily.
The Christmas list is great – never knew there were so many.
Please consider again making direct access to authors in your revisions.
The Christmas list is great – never knew there were so many.I love your site. Thank you for making it available to all of us. I use it almost daily.
Thanks for this wonderful blessing of Christmas songs
I have enjoyed singing with the melodies on your website. May God richly bless you with “All” spiritual blessings in heavenly places.
Would like to ask for you help in locating the melody and lyrics to two songs:
Standing somewhere in the shadows you’ll find Jesus. The 2nd song is:
I would not be Denied (Till Jesus come and make me whole)
Thanks for your help and your website
A Christian from Winnipeg, Mb,
I want to thank you for your time and effort of making this music possible for download. To me this is not music I listen to one time period of a year. I like to listen to it all year long because God’s promises are always with us.
Being that they are instrumental is a plus also. I can have these playing as I may be doing something around the house and I can put in my own words or praise and thanks to the Lord God.
God gave us a present with the birth of Jesus Christ and it should be remembered throughout the entire year. We have so much to be joyful for, not only at Christmas time.
In Christ’s name,
Thank you for your very long list. I miss hymns in the service and the Season of the Birth of Christ. Thank you for compiling this.
I am blesses to know that I can find it at your site.
Keep a hymn in your heart in the New Year,
Martha Young, Bainbridge Island WA.
Thank you so much for this list and for your website. It helps me plan my songs for the nursing home.
I am so thankful for this site…what a selection! Moved by this one, OH FATHER, YOU ARE SOVEREIGN (Margaret Clarkson): “…O Father, You are sovereign…The Lord of human pain…
Transmuting earthly sorrows…To gold of heavenly gain…” I was brought back to the hymns via the group INDELIBLE GRACE (igracemusic.com) when they took some of the more unfamiliar hymns and added more contemporary music. I’ve used them for a more God-centered worship than much of today’s lyrics. It’s really not the music style that makes hymns great…it’s the profound gaze at our Lord. To the “traditionalists” (musically), the hymns with modern music were actually used to rekindle a greater fondness (in me) for the original melodies of the hymns. Which I can’t ever imagine abandoning. So many CCM/contemporary-praise borders on bragging about how much faith we have, how devoted we are, or what we want from God. Thanks, from the bottom of my heart! (Nowdy in Nashville)
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