Those familiar with the music of John Bell know of his insightful and thought-provoking texts.
Here, John provide us with a fresh look into the very familiar seasons of Advent and Christmas, and through song tells of the Savior's coming to the poor, to the downtrodden, and to the older folk.
From "lift Up Your Heads", a traditional Advent hymn, to "Give Us, This Year", a prayer for Christmas to be a time of depth and spiritual significance, John Bell asks us to sing a different song during this holy season.
Contains one each of the following octavos:
He Will Come - Two African Christmas Carols: Good News for Everyone and Poor Folk Hear Him Gladly - Sing Gloria - Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence - Folly and Love - Two Advent Hymns: “Comfort, Comfort Now My People and O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - It Was to Older Folk - Lift Up Your Heads - Cloth for the Cradle - Voces angelorum - He Came Down - Fae Heichts o’ Heiven - A voice Proclaims - Why Don’t You Tear Apart the Heavens - Sing a Different Song - Give Us This Year - The Word - Advent Lullaby.