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"Let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go..."
We're told that when the Shepherds heard about the Messiah being born, "they hurried off..." It was urgent! They wanted to get down to the town, to find the amazing child they'd been told about. Were the angels making it up? There was only one way to find out - get to Bethlehem as soons as they could!
And here's the video:
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Angels pop up all over the place in the Christmas Story - they're messengers from God, with news that is exciting, challenging, and wonderful. Mary, Joseph, the Shepherds - they all hear from God via Angels. Funny thing is, almost every time an Angel appears, the first thing they say is "Don't be afraid"! They must have been pretty scary...
That's the thought behind this fun song from Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes: "I'm an angel - ooh!"
Here's a snippet:
Here are the words:
I'm an angel - OOH!
God's messenger to you,
and I'm scary- BOO!
but what I say is true:
Don't be afraid, It's happening -
That baby is God's promised King!
1. Hey - Mary! You're
Gonna have a baby (x3)
and He's God's Son!
2. Hey - Joseph! You're
Gonna call him Jesus (x3)
it means "God Saves"!
3. Hey - Shepherds!
Come and see the baby! (x3)
He's God's Good News!
Words by David Heath-Whyte, Copyright © 2007 Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes
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If you're planning a Christmas Pageant or Nativity Play, don't forget the Wise Men! Yes, they come at the end of the story, but they're still really important.
Here's a song about the Wise Men that tells the story, brings out some of the meaning, and all with a bit of humour too: "Go-Go-Go-Go Gold!"
Listen to a snippet here:
Even better, here's a YouTube video:
Sunday-School-Songs.com is a website dedicated to sharing great songs for children to sing in Sunday School. We'll also have ideas for lessons to go with relevant Bible passages, and other Bible and Song-related things.
The author is David Heath-Whyte, a church minister in the UK. David has plenty of close experience of Children's Ministry, and seeks to encourage the inclusion of children in church, and the instruction of children in the great news of Jesus Christ.