Advent Music for Our Sandwich Generation Families – Angels We Have Heard On High

O Little Town of Bethlehem for the Sandwich Generation - picture si

As I wrote Wednesday, the sweet old Christmas carol, O Little Town of Bethlehem, is such a grand reminder to us of just ONE of the MANY prophecies fulfilled by the birth, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Singing it is a grand encouragement and a lovely way to spend time with our grandkids, our senior parents, our whole family, don't you think?  And oh, how I love this rendition of it by The Bill Gaither Vocal Band:

Have a blessed Christmas, a delightful Pause for Advent, and a peaceful and Spiritual Sunday today. And for all you caregivers out there, be sure to check back later today for a special edition of SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation, as we join in the fun at the Caregiving Holiday Progressive Party. 🙂 

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  1. I just listened you your carol and the words are new every time, arent’t they? Thanks so much for sharing it – we shall be singing English Christmas carols in a French church this evening, which is going to be lovely!

  2. Author

    Oh Floss, it sounds delightful! How’s your computer wifi doing this week? Praying! 🙂

  3. I’d love to visit Bethlehem someday. Listening to this was second best!

    Merry Christmas!

  4. Author

    Hi Pamela. I’m with you. I would love to go to Bethlehem, and indeed, all over Israel someday. 🙂

  5. I never thought of it- of course, that this carol is based on OT prophecies of Jesus! I love this carol and this version is delightful- thank you for sharing it! I love learning new versions.

  6. Author

    Hi Kezzie, You’re very welcome. Have a blessed and beautiful Advent and Christmas! 🙂

  7. Kaye, thanks for joining our Caroling Blog Hop. I have enjoyed all the songs. You have a great ministry that God has blessed you with.

  8. Author

    You’re very welcome, Alice. It was fun to see you again. And thank you for the sweet words of encouragement. Merry Christmas. 🙂

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