Winston Harding


Christmas Is Here! Hail Him! Hail Him


Time to celebrate! Time to jump and shout
This a most glorious time of the year
Jesus Christ is born, long time ago
Rebirth today to bring us hope, comfort,
Peace and love; come behold His Holiness
Spread the Word, speak it loud and clear
From the mountaintop, to the dungeons
Speak joyfully about the grace of God
For unto us He gave His Son
Glory, glory, glory to His name.


In your prayer as you give thanks
For your beautiful life, live in peace
Live in contentment, He is alive.
Jesus Christ is alive,
He is the reason for Christmas.
He is the Saviour of the world
Glory, glory, glory to His name.

From all across the globe
Let's celebrate this Christmas
Let's sing and give our love
Our gifts and our words of comfort
To family, friends and strangers
For unto us a Child is born
And the government shall be upon His shoulder.

Hail Him! Hail Him, the Lord God Almighty is here
It is Christmas, get on board the joyful train
Call upon His name and be saved
Call upon Him and be comforted in grace
Let's sing and shout for joy
Jesus Christ is born, be blessed
Glory, glory, glory to His name

Submitted: Sunday, December 09, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 10, 2012

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