Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Valuable, Cheap Christmas Music

I haven't broken out my Christmas music yet--I usually hold off until Thanksgiving--but when I do, the first CD I put in will likely be Savior: Celebrating the Mystery of God Become Man. I bought it when it was released two years ago and I absolutely LOVE it. It doesn't have any of the traditional Christmas songs, but rather introduces twelve new songs designed to celebrate the glory of the Incarnation and guide us from the manger to the cross.

I'm writing about it again now because Sovereign Grace is selling it for just $8--including shipping--or, if you want to download the mp3 set, it's only six bucks! You can also download one of the songs, "Glory Be to God," for free.

For a full review of the album, check out my November 2006 post "Singing the WHY of Christmas."

(HT: Worship Matters)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That sounds like an awesome idea.

Composing a CD like that would make me take several steps back and shake off the tradition and discover the meaning of Christmas in my heart.

Maybe I should do that next year.

When you get time, please check out the Christmas tunes on my blg.

Thanks a trillion,