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2 Chronicles 5:13
The trumpeters and musicians joined in unison to give praise and thanks to the Lord. Accompanied by trumpets, cymbals and other instruments, the singers raised their voices in praise to the Lord and sang:
“He is good;
his love endures forever.”
The music of Christmas is all around us. While some is frivolous, most of it in some way calls us to remember “the reason for the season.” Last year my brother invited me to play Christmas Carol Bingo. I enjoyed listening for certain versions of particular songs – some with which I was not familiar. I even discovered one I liked so much that I bought the CD so I could share it! Explore new Christmas music, maybe in a style or from a source you might not usually seek out.
Or print this bingo board and play Christmas Carol Bingo! I’m including the original rules (which I did not have last year! Oops!) But rather than having you complete one to get to the next board, I’ll give ‘em to you over the next days or weeks!
Rules of Christmas Bingo
- You must listen to at least 1 minute of each song in order for it to count.
- The use of CDs, iPods, Youtube, radio call-ins, or any other similar medium used to intentionally hear a song is strictly prohibited. Radio, concerts, elevators, etc. are all acceptable.
- Pandora/internet radio is acceptable, but only pre-set Christmas stations may be used. Also, you may NOT skip through songs.
- The stated version of the song must be heard in order to receive credit. In most cases, it’s the version you know.