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The Impact of Christian Christmas Carols

Christmas CarolsWithout Christian Christmas carols, Christmas wouldn’t be fully celebrated because carols depict the birth of Jesus Christ. Every carol has a specific verse illustrating the specific day of how baby Jesus was born and how he was brought gifts by the three wise men. These Christian Christmas carols have been in existence since the fourth century with the traditional songs been the first to be composed but later sung and changed by other musicians to accommodate the era change.

Some of the top ten traditional Christian Christmas carols include ‘O Holy Night’, ‘What Child is This’, ‘Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’, The First Noel’, ‘Angels We have Heard on High’, ‘Silent Night’, ‘Away in a Manger’, ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’, ‘O Come all ye Faithful’, and ‘God rest ye Merry Gentlemen’. These carols have been covered in numerous styles by different artists each with their own theme thus the release of spectacular versions that have served all Christians till today. Some of these Christian Christmas carols were originally in other languages like ‘Angels We have Heard on High’ but were translated later to English to suite the majority of the population with others like ‘Silent Night’ that was translated over more than 300 languages to engage all the Christians who were in remote areas like in Africa who were introduced to the carol by missionaries. This carol also has a history of been sung during the WWI war by the Germans and the English during a truce on Christmas day in 1914.
Christmas Carols

Another historical fact about these Christian Christmas carols is that the carol ‘God rest ye Merry Gentlemen’ was sung by the town watchmen of Britain in 1833 when they received more wages during Christmas. These Christian Christmas carols are known to have a great impact on Christians through the ingestion of Holy Communion and the blood of Jesus which is form of wine.

Many Christians have also been known to be born again on Christmas day due to the influence of the Christian Christmas carols that are said to touch someone’s faith spiritually in such a way that one would willing devote their life to serving Jesus Christ.

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