Crowder - Your Praise Goes On

Christmas is the time of year when people exchange gifts, share a meal or two or three together and partake in several other holiday traditions. All of those activities are to commemorate and remember an event that took place thousands of years ago. The birth of that child so long would go on to forever change the world.

Luke 2:11 says, “For on this day, in the town of David, a Saviour has come to birth, who is Christ the Lord.” A song by the band Crowder – “Your Praise Goes On” - is a retelling of that child’s birth. 

The catchy tune also mentions how we are still overjoyed by and celebrating Christ’s birth all these years later. 

As the first and second verses provide details about the events leading up to and following the birth of Jesus Christ, the song’s chorus helps to differentiate it from other similar tunes.

“Your praise goes on never ending
Your praise goes on, how sweet is that sound
It’s been 2000 years, we’re still singing Your song”

The song also points out that what took place in that stable all those years ago changed and is still changing lives in our world today.

The band’s song is intended for the Christmas season. The lyrics speak of the Christmas story found in the New Testament. The song mentions the shepherds, the wise men and the manger. There are also several Christmas trees that can be seen behind the band members in the video. But the song’s message, particularly its chorus, is something that can easily translate throughout the rest of the year. 

Exodus 15:2 “The Lord is my strength and my strong helper, he has become my salvation: he is my God and I will give him praise; my father’s God and I will give him glory.”


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