Unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.@Matthew 2:9
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Lizzie DeArmond (1847–1936)

Liz­zie De­Ar­mond, 1911. Appeared in King­dom Songs, edited by Har­old Low­den & Ru­fus W. Mill­er (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Hei­del­berg Press, 1914), number 218.

C. Har­old Low­den ( pdf nwc).

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Carl H. Lowden (1883–1963)

O sing again that story sweet and true,
The joyful strain that filled the sky so bright,
When angels came thro’ Heaven’s starry ways,
Good news to bring one holy night.

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Sing the story, blessèd story,
Ever sweet and true;
Christ the loving heav’nly Savior
Comes this day to you.

Sing the story angels told,
Speeding down from gates of gold
Sing the story, Christ from glory:
All the world must know.

Thro’ stillness deep, the glad exultant lay
Floats down once more our hearts to calm and cheer,
Rejoice, O earth! although He wears no crown,
A king enthroned, the Lord is here.

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O sing again that story wondrous sweet,
Shine out, ye stars, with clear celestial glow;
By faith we see the lowly manger bed,
And praise His name whose love we know.

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