Let All Within Praise Him!


Years ago, while living in England, I was asked to sing this carol for our Christmas service.  I’d never heard it before, but the haunting melody drew me in to worship.  I hope you enjoy it, as well.  

 ( And no, I sound nothing like Celtic Woman…can’t even come close to hitting those notes today.  🙄 )

On a more familiar note…

Such a fun arrangement…

Amazing harmonies…

Merry Christmas!

And Have a Blessed New Year!!



5 responses »

  1. Man, I love Celtic Woman! They have such Beautiful harmonies.

    Looking forward to singing with you again soon.

  2. Michelle, this was beautiful! I loved ‘O Holy Night,’ and the harmony in the last one was so lovely, as you mentioned. It’s so nice to take a break in the busyness, and listen to these, and feel in the Christmas spirit again! Thank you 🙂 And Merry Christmas to you and Phat and all your family, with love and lots of blessings xo

  3. The Wexford Carol is one of my favorite Christmas songs. Celtic Women all have such beautiful voices.

    Have a very joyous, and safe Christmas Michelle.

  4. Oh, Merry Christmas to you, Birgit! You are in my thoughts and prayers this season. I hope you feel the closeness of His Spirit and are able to rejoice in His love for you. He is so good to us…to save us from ourselves…to transfer us from the kingdom of darkness into His marvelous light. Let’s rejoice in His light this year. I love you, Birg! xo

    Hey, Ed! I’m not sure if I should laugh or cry!!! 😆 😥 😆

    I’ve never seen that before and I’m a bit…ummmm…hmmm…embarrassed…? (Although the Christmas tree at the end is classic!) I mean, sure, I love Christmas in Dallas. It’s great to have such wonderful weather when the rest of the country is snowed in (should hit 70 today). But honestly, I dream of Christmas in your neck of the woods. I’ve never experienced a White Christmas (well, okay, once as a kid we were in OK for Christmas, and it snowed…very cool…what I can remember) but, I imagine it to be ideal in Connecticut.

    I hope your Christmas is a happy one. And stay warm! 😉

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