5 Favorite Christmas Songs by Christian Artists

 

I hope today is joyous and you are surrounded by friends, family, and loved ones. Today I wanted to share with you 5 of my favorite Christmas songs by Christian artists. These songs have really stood out to me this year and are ones I find myself playing over and over.

First up, Baby Boy by for King & Country. If you haven’t heard of this band you must look them up and listen to their music. Shoulders is perhaps one of my favorites they sing but they’re all pretty awesome. “See, the King is coming down And He’s here without a crown. The Baby Boy without a bed Giving life back to the dead. And hear the angels shout it out As the people come and bow. Unexpected majesty Alleluia, what a King.”

Next, I’m really digging Selah (featuring Plumb) singing Mary Sweet Mary. This is such a sweet song. “Mary, sweet Mary, so strong, yet so frail… carried a baby sent to save the world. Wise men will seek Him and find in Him peace. Mary, sweet Mary, tonight your King is born.”

Then, I just have to share with you Only at Christmastime by Sufjan Stevens. Although he does not identify as a Christian artist, Sufjan’s music tends to have a religious theme and he has identified himself as a Christian. It can be a tough world out there for musicians and no one wants to be pigeon-holed. “Only to bring you peace… Only the King of Kings.”

The fourth song I’m sharing is I Need A Silent Night by Amy Grant. “December comes then disappears faster and faster every year.” I’ve been a fan of Amy Grant for a long time. I especially love her Home For Christmas CD. This song is off her album, The Christmas Collection but it’s a song that I just adore. This season can be so busy and we can get so distracted from the true meaning of the season. This song is a reminder to slow down.

Finally, I really enjoy listening to The Heart Of Christmas by Matthew West. This is one of those songs that really makes you think about your priorities this season. “Wherever you are, no matter how far come back to the heart, the heart of Christmas. Live while you can, cherish the moment. The ones that you love, make sure they know it. Don’t miss it, the heart of Christmas.”

I pray that each and every one of you experiences the joy of our Saviors birth. God bless you and yours.

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