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“Hear the angels as they’re singing on the morning of His birth,
but how much greater will our song be when he comes to rule the earth!”
  In The First Light  By Bob Kauflin
Amazing, chilling lyrics! A contemporary masterpiece performed acapella by Glad (copy and paste this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2xwnw5h7bg). Then, make sure you watch it cranked up!
The lyricist managed to bookend history’s most notable events in two lines. Not bad at all.
What’s cool is that angels play such a prominent role in the seen and unseen world. We sing about them in carols. We watch some eery television specials on them or read some overreaching book on their importance as if the author is substituting them for God or His power as opposed to their warrior/messengership/worship roles. The book of Hebrews tells us not to worship them and that they number in the thousands. Revelation puts the figure closer to ten thousand times ten thousand. 
But we do a disservice to ourselves if we don’t take them as serious as the shepherds. For they are real and wonderful and, yeah, they must have some voices. They hang out wherever God hangs His hat.
And God hangs His hat within believers of Jesus Christ – in the form of the Holy Spirit. 
Today, right now, they are all around probably singing at the top of their lungs. Why not harmonize with them? Who knows, it could be a great practice for the second bookend.

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