It’s December 1. Each year Christmas songs start with Andrew Peterson’s Behold The Lamb Of God. It’s worth repeating each year because it’s good to listen to, and it always seems to be someone’s first year hearing it. Here’s a YouTube playlist of all the tracks. You could doubtless find it on your favourite streaming …

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December means Christmas Songs, which, if you were liturgically inclined are also mostly Advent songs. Each year on this date I refer to Andrew Peterson’s Behold The Lamb Of God album, which wonderfully expresses the sense of longing and hope which are only fulfilled through both the first and second comings of the Lord Jesus. …

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Christmas Songs starts on December 2 this year. Now, I know that technically in Church music terms the weeks before Christmas are not meant to be filled with carols, but too bad. I’m not posting carols in January. As always, I begin with Andrew Peterson’s Behold The Lamb Of God album, which has been re-recorded …

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Andrew Peterson’s Behold The Lamb Of God has been re-recorded and re-released. A beautiful work of musical biblical theology it is my Christmas soundtrack. It should be available from most Christian retailers in time for December listening. If you don’t have it it, get it. If you do have it, you’ll be purchasing this edition …

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