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Christmas Day, from Heber's Hymns, 1870, 8.

Nativity - The Birth of Jesus Christ

Here are some hymns (38) on the Nativity, the birth of the Saviour Jesus Christ.

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A great and mighty wonder (Anatolius/Neale)
All my heart this night rejoices - A Song of Joy at Dawn (Gerhardt/Winkworth)
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Behold! behold! what wonder's here! (Gerhardt/John Kelly)
Born in a stable he (Thomas Kelly)
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning! - Epiphany (Heber)
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Calm was the hallowed night! - A Christmas Hymn (Elliott)
Child of promise, looked for long! (Thomas Kelly)
Christ is born, go tell the story (Thomas Kelly)
Christ, whose first appearance lighted - The appearance of Christ (Spitta/Massie)
Come hither, ye faithful (Caswall)
Come, tune your heart, to bear its part (Gellert/Cox)
Come, ye lofty! come, ye lowly! (Gurney)
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Fly abroad, and tell the story (Thomas Kelly)
From the far East we come - The Signal Star (Bonar)
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Hark, how all the welkin rings! (Charles Wesley)
Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes (Doddridge)
Hark! what mean those holy voices (Cawood)
Hark! what sounds salute our ears (Thomas Kelly)
He has come! the Christ of God - A Bethlehem Hymn (Bonar)
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Jacob's star is risen at last (Thomas Kelly)
Joy and gladness! joy and gladness! (Bethune)
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Lead us, O Lord, to Bethlehem - Show us Jesus (Bonar)
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O
Oh, how wondrous is the story! (More)
Oh Saviour, whom this holy morn - Christmas Day (Heber)
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Rejoice, my soul, the Christ has come! - Christmas Cheer (Bonar)
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Seed of the woman, looked for long (Thomas Kelly)
Sons of men, behold from far! (Charles Wesley)
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The angel has come down - The Foreglow (Bonar)
The Christ of God hath come - Made of a Woman (Bonar)
The Lord of all things, in his humble birth (Guyon/Cowper)
The wondering sages trace from far - Epiphany Hymn (Ernst Lange/Cox)
There was no angel midst the throng - The Divine Deliverer (Webster Hinsdale)
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Unto us a Son is given (Thomas Kelly)
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We'll sing in spite of scorn (Thomas Kelly)
We sing to thee, Immanuel (Gerhardt/Cox)
Welcome, welcome, Holy Child! (Thomas Kelly)
What sudden blaze of song - Christmas Day (Keble)
Whence those sounds symphonious (Thomas Kelly)
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