Williamson, Malcolm - This Christmas night

This Christmas night How sweet and clear above the sounds of war, the clamorous bells are pealing their delight! The angels sing of glory, as they soar among manmade stars, this Christmas night. And, once again, with spices and with gold, Three Kings are riding through the sparkling snow. To this poor lodging in the bitter cold where Mary kneels within the lantern glow to watch her baby lying in the hay, and think about the wonder of His birth; And as He sleeps, to fold her hands and pray for peace to come upon this troubled earth.
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