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Published on Sep 1, 2011

There is no music more beautiful than Christmas music, no art work more glorious than that which depicts the birth of the Savior. New and classic melodies and art bring the Christmas story to life and touch the heart, bringing a deeper appreciation for the Savior's birth, life and sacrifice. I love this new song by composer Sally DeFord, performed so tenderly by James Loynes. It can be found on the second edition of his Christmas CD "And His Name Shall Be Called Wonderful" which is available on his website: www.jamesloynes.com
The sheet music for this song can be downloaded free at:

Perhaps my favorite painting used in this video is "Joseph The Guardian" by Kendra Burton , honoring Joseph, the unsung hero of the Christmas story.

Led by angel lullabies
Shepherds, poor and lowly
Linger at the manger-side
Little One, they know thee
God has sent them from the fields
To look upon their Savior
Thou, the Hope of Israel
Lying in a manger
Wise men riding from afar
Hasten to behold thee
Following a beacon star
Little One, they know thee
God will lead them through the night
To seek their newborn Savior
Thou, the Everlasting Light
Lying in a manger

Hear the tidings heaven tells
Peace is come on earth to dwell.
Christ the King, Emmanuel
Lying in a manger

Pure, and perfect; undefiled
Little One, so holy
God thy Father, thou His Child
Little One, we know thee
God has sent thee from on high
To be our Lord and Savior
Thou our Way, our Truth, our Life
Lying in a manger

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