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Christian Christmas Carols | 40 Old Christmas Songs

  1. Silent Night (Chris Tomlin, Kristyn Getty)
  2. Noel (Lauren Daigle)
  3. Light Of The World (Lauren Daigle)
  4. Joy To The World (Unspeakable Joy) (Chris Tomlin)
  5. It’s Christmas (Chris Tomlin)
  6. Angels From The Realms Of Glory (Emmanuel) (Paul Baloche)
  7. He Shall Reign Forevermore (Chris Tomlin)
  8. O Come All Ye Faithful (Chris Tomlin)
  9. A Christmas Alleluia (Chris Tomlin, Lauren Daigle, Leslie Jordan)
  10. Angels We Have Heard on High (Chris Tomlin)
  11. Our God (Chris Tomlin)
  12. Adore (Chris Tomlin)
  13. What A Glorious Night (Sidewalk Prophets)
  14. Build Your Kingdom Here (Rend Collective Experiment)
  15. O Holy Night (Chris Tomlin)
  16. What Child Is This (Chris Tomlin, All Sons & Daughters)
  17. Your Great Name (Natalie Grant)
  18. Hosanna (Hillsong United)
  19. Glory (Let There Be Peace) (Matt Maher)
  20. Advent Hymn (Christy Nockels)
  21. Joy To The World (Lincoln Brewster)
  22. Praise To The Lord The Almighty (Christy Nockels)
  23. How Many Kings (Downhere)
  24. Angels We Have Heard On High (For King & Country)
  25. Give Me Jesus (Jeremy Camp)
  26. Hymn Of Joy (Chris Tomlin)
  27. Days of Elijah (Robin Mark)
  28. Go Tell It On The Mountain (MercyMe)
  29. Your Name (Christmas Version) (Paul Baloche)
  30. Adore Him (Kari Jobe)
  31. Emmanuel (Hallowed Manger Ground) (Chris Tomlin)
  32. Mary Did You Know (Jeremy Camp)
  33. Angels We Have Heard On High (Casey Darnell, North Point Worship)
  34. All Creation Sing (Joy To The World) (Seth Condrey, North Point Music)
  35. Angels We Have Heard On High (Kim Walker-Smith)
  36. All Is Well (North Point Worship)
  37. Joy To The World (Francesca Battistelli)
  38. Desert Song (Hillsong Worship)
  39. O Come All Ye Faithful (Casting Crowns)
  40. O Holy Night (Kim Walker-Smith)

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Christmas is the focal point for a multitude of carols, greetings, and specific traditions, which hark back to times long gone but are surprisingly present today. In Christian folklore, the Christmas carol is the most important traditional folk festival cycle, the richest and most colorful occasion for folklore events.

Winter customs are observed in the countries of the various Christian continents with sanctity. Caroling choirs roam the streets and people’s homes, making the traditional wishes.

In general, children and all Christians sing Christian Christmas Carols. Children symbolize the angels who were not only present at the Lord’s birth but also proclaimed it, and Christians symbolize the shepherds who stood by the manger in Bethlehem and worshipped the Lord at His birth. The latter goes with the icon of the Nativity of the Lord through the homes of the faithful on the eve of the feast, proclaiming the birth of the Savior Child and bringing Him into their homes and hearts.