“Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.”




At an evening get together with a few friends, the question of favourite songs came up at the dining table. Everyone shared their favourite song but there was total silence when an elegant young lady made it known that her favourite song is "O Holy Night." 



She burst out singing the lyrics and the others followed in excitement, though it was in the month of June precisely six months away from December… but who cared? Everybody was stirred up by the feelings of Christmas. Sharing the birth of Jesus Christ will always bring joy to the world.



It is now the festive season to put up Christmas trees, get them decorated and enjoy the spakle of outdoor decorations like the London Regent Street Christmas lights. The design this year will amuse you. There is no Christmas without songs from school nativity plays, church carols, shopping centres and street choirs to granddad's husky voice. This season comes with singing and I particularly love the Pentatonix version of “Mary did you know.” What is your favourite Christmas song? Let's hear it!




Halleluiaaaaa..Praise the Lord…I am so bless by this exhortation…Thanks you Pastor Anita
Halleluja!!! For the God on the mountain, is still God in the valley, Yesss!!
Frau Glauben
I just finished listening to the song God on the Mountain" by Lynda Randle on Youtube and I was so blessed. No wonder it has more than 10 million views! As you said, Pastor, this music definitely inspires and uplifts.
Frau Glauben
Music has always been a blessing in my life. It is the lubricant for life - especially Christian/godly music. It brings so much encouragement in pleasant melodies. I cannot imagine what life would be like without music. Like a picture album, music stores memories. When we hear a particular song, we recover mental pictures of events and recall times in our lives. Thank you Pastor for sharing the lyrics of that beautiful song by Lynda Randle.
Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent. Victor Hugo
Shylet Mhaka
Wonderful post Pastor Anita.. Lovely song i loved the lyrics will look for it...
Sing it to me! God in the good time! Is the same in the bad time! I can stay in the Embrace of loving God all time no matter the season!
Thank you dear Pastor Anita :)