I am sharing the 10 worship songs that our family loves listening to during Christmas. This playlist brings to life the true meaning of this season, celebrating our Savior’s birth.
Christmas living room and entryway
As we are nearing Christmas Day, I really want to be intentional about these moments leading up to our celebration of our Savior’s birth. It is easy to keep our mind to what’s in front of us, around us, and the never-ending checklist this season can bring. One way I’ve found to stay focused on the true meaning of Christmas is by listening to worship songs.
Our family has a top 10 list of those songs we love listening to as a family. Sometimes we play these in the house, but mostly when driving around (which is a lot with 4 children, haha!).
Styled in entryway
I pray that you may experience His peace, comfort, joy, and love when listening to these Christmas worship songs.
Come and see what God has done
The story of amazing love!
The light of the world, given for us
Noel” -Chris Tomlin, Lauren Daigle
Christmas console table
O Holy Night by Josh Groban
Come Thou Long Expected Jesus by Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels
Hope is Alive by Ellie Holcomb
“Into our aching, into our breaking
Into our longing to be made whole
Your arms are reaching, Your love is holding us close
And into our suffering, into our weeping
Into this need, we have to be known
Your arms are reaching, Your love is holding us close” -by Ellie Holcomb
Silent Night Printable
Joy to The World (Joyful, Joyful) by Phil Whickham
Emmanuel God With Us-Live by Chris Tomlin
Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song) by Amy Grant
Light of The World by Lauren Daigle
“Breath of heaven
Lighten my darkness
Pour over me your holiness
For you are holy
Breath of heaven” by Amy Grant
Front door view of the entryway
Christmas comes alive through these songs, doesn’t it?! What song is your favorite?
I hope you and yours will join me in worship this season and in all the days ahead. These songs will surely life your head, hope is alive!
Christmas canister with twinkle lights and trees
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