Christian Hymn Lyrics and Meaning

These hymns are some of our favorite songs that have shaped the heart of worship in the Christian church! Each hymn below includes full lyrics, video performances of the hymn, and the inspiration and meaning behind the hymn. It is our hope that you would use this collection of hymns to encourage your faith and grow your trust in God's faithfulness and everlasting love.

  • Lyrics

    Verse 1:

    Come, thou long expected Jesus,
    born to set thy people free;
    from our fears and sins release us,
    let us fin See full lyrics...

    Come Thou Long Expected Jesus

    Come Thou Long Expected Jesus

  • Lyrics

    1 I saw three ships come sailing in
    On Christmas Day, on Christmas Day;
    I saw three ships come sailing in
    On Christmas Day in See full lyrics...

    I Saw Three Ships

    Piano Controls Over 500,000 Christmas Lights

  • Lyrics

    1 O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree,
    How green thy branches ever!
    Thou still art green when summer wanes
    And wintry winds swe See full lyrics...

    Oh Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum)

    Oh Christmas Tree and its History

  • Lyrics

    1 Children, go where I send thee.
    How shall I send thee?
    I'm gonna send thee one by one,
    *one is the little bitty baby was See full lyrics...

    Children, Go Where I Send Thee

    A Cappella Hymn From Kenny Rogers And Home Free Is Toe-Tapping Good!

  • Lyrics

    1 Angels from the realms of glory, 
    wing your flight o'er all the earth; 
    ye who sang creation's story  See full lyrics...

    Angels From the Realms of Glory

    Faithland - Angels from the Realms of Glory (James Montgomery)

  • Lyrics

    1 I wonder as I wander, out under the sky,
    How Jesus the Savior did come for to die
    For poor ordinary people like you and like I. See full lyrics...

    I Wonder as I Wander

    "I Wonder As I Wander," from Music Serving the Word Ministries

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A Prayer for the Overwhelmed Parent - Your Daily Prayer - May 8

The enemy would like nothing more than to have us question our role as parents.

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