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4 thoughts on “Reader’s Day”
I love so many different Christmas carols. I enjoy “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”. Casting Crowns sings a beautiful version of that song. Merry Christmas!
My favorite Christmas carol is O Holy Night. This Christmas carol in my opinion is a story and History lesson in itself. It’s so beautiful. Sometimes I wonder if this song could be sung all year round. Just love this Christmas carol.
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Thanks for the comments, ladies. I will randomly selected a winner after Christmas when I get home. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
I would choose O Come O Come Immanuel. And a new favorite Mary Did You Know.