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

Nativity - The Birth of Jesus Christ

Here are some hymns (34) 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 (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! (Kelly)
Christ is born, go tell the story (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 (Kelly)
From the far East we come - The Signal Star (Bonar)
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Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes (Doddridge)
Hark! what sounds salute our ears (Kelly)
He has come! the Christ of God - A Bethlehem Hymn (Bonar)
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Jacob's star is risen at last (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 (Kelly)
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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)
There was no angel midst the throng - The Divine Deliverer (Webster Hinsdale)
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Unto us a Son is given (Kelly)
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We'll sing in spite of scorn (Kelly)
We sing to thee, Immanuel (Gerhardt/Cox)
Welcome, welcome, Holy Child! (Kelly)
What sudden blaze of song - Christmas Day (Keble)
Whence those sounds symphonious (Kelly)
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