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Elvis Presley – Oh Holy Night lyrics

Oh, Holy Night,
The stars are brightly shining.
It is the night
Of our dear Saviour's birth.
Long lay the world
In sin and error pining.
'Til He appeared
And the soul felt His worth.
A thrill of hope.
The weary world rejoices.
For yonder breaks
A new And glorious morn.

Fall on your knees.
Oh, hear the angel voices.
Oh, night divine.
Oh night, when Christ was born.
Oh, night divine.
Oh night, oh night divine.

Fall on your knees.
Oh, hear the angel voices.
Oh, night divine.
Oh night, when Christ was born.
Oh night, oh night, oh night divine.

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  • Teisha
    Many people do not believe what they cannot "see." Yet, they believe wind "exists." Wind cannot be seen, only "result" of wind can be seen. God came to earth in flesh form to give people visual of his ultimate sacrifice. Horrific death to save them from eternal condemnation. May I add. Salvation did not come about from Jesus Christ hanging on cross. It was made possible as result of His spirit going into fiery pit and defeating all evil, including taking away "key" from satan. Then returning to fleshy body which ascended into Heaven where He sits as our Intercessor. At right hand of Father God our Creator.

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