By BobbyAs we come tonight towards Christmas Eve, and we head towards church tonight, most of us will do so at the appointed hour of 2300 hours, we understand that this is the time we celebrate the Birth of our Lord and Saviour.
Once we make it to these wonderful cathedrals and listen to the real music of Christmas that to those who understand it, we can once again assure that we know why we are here on this wonderful night.
We listen for those glorious songs of old, and can hear those strong words, whether it is the Magnificat, or the Messiah, or the Gloria, or even the hymns of old that no longer appear in the corrupted hymnals of today's denominations, those which have been made irrelevant by today's modern rock movement of the OCP, GIA, or the major secular publishers.
We then hear our clergy preach the message of the Advent of the Risen Saviour, and what His Birth over 2,000 years ago symbolises.
As we walk out of our church tonight, let us be reminded once again why we are here. We are to celebrate a birthday. We celebrate the Birth of our Saviour.