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“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.” (Luke 2:11) The King has come! He is the Son of God, the King above all kings, the Christ.

Tim Keller writes, “Christos was a Greek word meaning ‘an anointed royal figure’. It was another way of referring to the Messiah, the one who would come and administer God’s rule on earth, and rescue Israel from all its oppressors and troubles. Not just a king, but The King.”

Jesus is the long-awaited King who would come to rescue His people. Let this song be a reminder to you of how Jesus overcame sin and death – proclaim with us that all our worship will belong to Him forever! Praise the name that reigns above every other name.


Do you love to sing Christmas carols? Do worship songs have a special meaning for you at Christmas time? Join us for a special night of song at December’s Christmas Worship Night, Thursday 12/16 at 7PM hosted at the Heritage Park campus. Invite your family & friends to an evening dedicating to preparing our hearts for the coming King. Can’t join us in person? Participation will also be available online at