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Authoritative information about the hymn text Love Came Down at Christmas, with lyrics, audio recordings, MIDI files, printable scores, PDF files, piano resources, and products for worship planners. Joy to the world! the Lord is come! First Line: Love came down at Christmas. Title: Love Came Down at Christmas. 28-31; Matthew 2:2; Matthew 2:10-11; Matthew 28:17 Date: 2005 Subject: Life in Christ Christ Incarnate - Christmas and Epiphany; God Love of; Love For God; Love for others. Church Hymnary (4th e. .

Stille Nacht – Lyrics. An Austrian Christmas Carol in German and English. WITH A LITERAL ENGLISH TRANSLATION of the GERMAN. See About ‘Stille Nacht' below for more about the history of this Austrian Christmas carol. For the standard English version by John Freeman Young, see Silent Night – Lyrics. The words came from the pen of pastor Joseph Franz Mohr (1792-1848). The song was almost lost forever after its first performance in a church in Oberndorf (near Salzburg) to Gruber’s guitar accompaniment. The first known performance of Stille Nacht in the United States took place near New York City’s Trinity Church. In 1839 the Rainer family singers of Austria included the German version of Stille Nacht in their repertoire during an appearance at the Alexander Hamilton Monument near the church, some 24 years before an English version of the carol would be published.

Stille Nacht Gesellschaft also states that at Christmas, 1819, the original Rainer Family Singers sang the song in the parish church of Fügen (Zillertal) and again three years later at the Castle of Count Dönhoff. It was during this period that the original melody was slightly changed. Stille Nacht Gesellschaft reports the song was included in a church songbook dated July 22, 1819 and prepared by Blasius Wimmer, organist and teacher in Waidring (Tirol). Unfortunately, this can't be verified as this copy is now lost. Mohr served in various parish assignments after he completed his service at Oberndorf in October, 1819. In 1838, he was appointed pastor of the parish at Wagrain where he served for ten years. When he died on December 4, 1848 from a lung ailment at Wagrain, the authorship of the carol was virtually unknown.

70 Christmas and Epiphany. The person who finds the baby Jesus in his or her piece of cake is awarded the honor of providing the next year’s cake and/or hosting the celebration. At an Epiphany celebration a few years ago, we were all surprised to find at least six or seven baby Jesus figures in the cake! While the baker seemed to have misunderstood the directions, everyone found baby Jesus on that day. Kings’ Cakes are made in many shapes. T HE M A G I ’ S B L ESS I N G Less frequently mentioned in discussions of hospitality is its reciprocal.

Epiphany - also known as Three Kings' Day - recalls how the star led the wise men to baby Jesus. The Church of England celebrates the season of Epiphany from 6 January to 2 February. We are now told the Wise Men could have arrived many weeks later, but 6 January traditionally used to be a day of drinking and parades in Britain. Rev Dr Duncan MacLaren, a regular on BBC Radio 4's Prayer for the Day, explains: "Epiphany remembers the visit of the Magi, who came to Jesus bearing gifts - gold and frankincense and myrrh. I wonder what Mary and Joseph thought of this bizarre scene," he says. Epiphany is also a moment of "sudden realisation", he adds. It derives from the Greek word, meaning 'to reveal'.

Moreover, at Epiphany the Church looks forward to the majestic coming of Christ on the "youngest day" when His manifestation as God will be complete. The Gospels of the baptism and the marriage at Cana are read on the Octave Day and the Second Sunday after Epiphany, and later Sunday masses in the Epiphany season continue to show the divine power of our Lord in some of His most striking miracles. At Christmas the Light shone forth, but dimly, seen only by a few around the crib: Mary and Joseph and the shepherds. But at Epiphany the Light bursts forth to all nations and the prophecy is fulfilled: "The Gentiles shall walk in Thy light, and kings in the brightness of Thy rising. The mysterious star of Epiphany, "flashing like a flame," is still another facet of the light-motif, a symbol capable of being interpreted in a dozen different ways.

January 6, which is 12 days after Christmas in the Gregorian calendar, marks not only the end of the Christmas holidays but also the start of the Carnival season, which climaxes with Mardi Gras. In some European countries, such as the Czech Republic and Slovakia, children dress as the three kings and visit houses. Various paintings, artworks and sketches show the three wise men and Jesus. Some paintings artworks show the three wise men on the way to Bethlehem or adoring baby Jesus. The kings are important because their visit illustrates that Jesus was the king of all kings who came for the Jews and the Gentiles. The star that guides the wise men to Christ also symbolizes Epiphany, as well as the three gifts they gave to Jesus: Gold (fit for a king). Frankincense (used to worship at a temple). Myrrh (used for embalming, as well as a salve for irritations such as diaper rash).

If Epiphany is transferred to the Sunday that falls on January 7th or 8th, then the Feast of the Baptism of Jesus is celebrated on the following Monday instead of the next Sunday. So, this year, Ordinary Time begins on the Tuesday after Epiphany. 25), the visit from the Magi, and the Lord's Baptism--in various locations in the first centuries of Christianity, and sometimes also a fourth, Christ's first miracle at the wedding feast of Cana. It was called generally the feast of the Epiphany because these were all epiphanies of Christ. The Christmas feast proper ends on the final day of its octave, which is the feast of Mary, the Mother of God, on January 1st. Keep your feasting, parties, and merriment going for the full 8 days. The 'peak' of the Christmas 'season' is January 6th--Epiphany--the end of the 12 Days of Christmas. Jesus is now revealed as a light to the Gentile nations.

The period between became the holiday season later known as the 12 days of Christmas. The earliest mention of December 25 as Jesus’ birthday comes from a mid-fourth-century Roman almanac that lists the death dates of various Christian bishops and martyrs.

In a traditional church calendar the season of 'Epiphany' follows Christmas (The 1st Sunday after Jan 6). Epiphany can be a wonderful tonic for the naivete and sentimentality that creeps so wholeheartedly into man. Post – Singing Christmas after Dec 25th. At the Name of Jesus ( Gilley arr. ) mp3 leadsheet. Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning ( Star of the East ) mp3 leadsheet capo Southern Harmony Image. When Christ’s appearing was made known, King Herod trembled for his throne; But He Who offers heavenly birth Seeks not the kingdoms of this earth. The eastern sages saw from far And followed on His guiding star; By light their way to Light they trod, And by their gifts confessed their God. Within the Jordan’s sacred flood The heavenly Lamb in meekness stood, That He, to Whom no sin was known, Might cleanse His people from their own.

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1 Noël Suisse. Organ. A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28.
Arranged By [Arr.] – Julius HarrisonComposed By – Benjamin Britten, Louis-Claude Daquin
2 I. Procession
3 II. Wolcum Yole!
4 III. There Is No Rose
5 IV A. That Yonge Child. Soprano Solo
6 IV B. Balulalow. Soprano Solo and Choir
7 V. As Dew in Aprille
8 Vl. This Little Babe
9 VIl. Interlude (Andante Pastorale). Harp
10 Vill. In Freezing Winter Night. Choir, Soprano and Tenor Solos
11 IX. Spring Carol. Soprano and Alto Solo
12 X. Deo Gracias
13 XI. Recession
14 Ave Maria. Soprano Solo
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
15 GroBer Herr und starker König. Bass Solo
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
16 I. O Magnum Mysterium
Composed By – Francis Poulenc
17 Il. Quem Vidistis Pastores Dicite
Composed By – Francis Poulenc
18 III. Videntes Stellam
Composed By – Francis Poulenc
19 IV. Hodie Christus Natus Est
Composed By – Francis Poulenc
20 While By My Sheep. Hugo Jürgst
21 Maria Wiegenlied. Max Reger. Alto Solo
Composed By – Max Reger
22 Avé Maria. Tenor Solo
Composed By – Franz Schubert
23 Zion Hears the Watchmen's Voices (arr.John Rutter)
Arranged By – John RutterComposed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
24 Once, As Remember. Italian Carol (arr. C.Wood)
Arranged By – C. Wood
25 Jubilate
Composed By – Bruce Saylor