I don’t know about you, but I like “Christmas” songs.
I can’t say I like every song, or even most songs that fall into the “Christmas” category, but some of my favorite songs just happen to be songs that are labeled as “Christmas” songs.
I don’t like listening to all of the pop-stars singing to make a buck with their latest “Christmas” album. I may be wrong, but judging by the albums released before and after the nicey-nice holiday studio cut, I don’t think the vast majority of the famous singers really care about the message that surrounds the average “Christmas” album.
I like singing several songs while I’m alone and while I’m with others. Silent Night, Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, and O Come All Ye Faithful are songs worth singing. They remind us of an important message (1 Timothy 3:16).
Whether the calendar says it’s December or July, I like singing these songs because they do my heart good, and I hope they do you good as well.
I’m not saying you have to like “Christmas” songs … I’m just saying that I do.
“Serve the Lord with gladness; come before His presence with singing.” (Psalm 100:2 – NKJV)
By the way, if you want to watch one of my favorite video and song combos, you can click here.