O Come All Ye Faithful

O Come All Ye Faithful
Joyful and triumphant,
O come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem.
Come and behold Him,
Born the King of Angels;
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him,
Christ the Lord.

We are all invited to come this Christmas.

To come with anticipation.
God with US.

To come with adoration.
GOD with us.

To come with expectation.
God WITH us.

To anticipate reveals our faith.
To adore reveals our posture.
To expect reveals our heart.

We are all invited to come once again to the manger.

But Jesus didn’t stay a baby for long, for He never was just a baby.

Born a baby, yet already anointed as King of Heaven.

So He answered our anticipation with His arrival.

The signs and wonders confirmed for us that God had indeed arrived in our midst.

So we can approach with wonder and awe as we offer Him our adoration.

And He may have physically arrived in a way we could grasp that night, but He has never left us alone ever since. and His power has & never will diminish.

So we can be expectant He will meet with us as we come.

Anticipate His love.
Adore Him.
Expect Him with You & for You.

“O Come Let Us Adore Him” will resound for eternity, sung by the whole force of the angels and the complete, whole Bride.

It’s time to offer up our praise again, as we come to adore Him, Christ the Lord!


Photo Credit: singingwiththeSpirit.com

Historical Background:
This Christmas anthem was written as a hymn in Latin by Brits John Wade & John Redding in the early 1700’s. The English words we use today were published by Rev. Frederick Oakley in 1841.

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