Thank you for your brilliant blog!!!!He is bornLet us adore himChrist the LordKing of KingsPrince of PeaceFor all the universeAlleluia, Alleluia
Dear Kat, the Ukrainians say much the same:"Khrystos rahzhdahyetsya, slahvym Ioho!" = "Christ is born, let us glorify Him!"My very best wishes for a holy, joyous, happy, merry Christmas (twelve days, remember)!
It's called اليوم يولد من البتول I think, meaning Today born of the Virgin, as the video says. Wonderfully simple and I think it captures the sense of appreciative awe of Christmas better than Silent Night could.
Just FYI, this is not a Christmas Carol. It is the Doxasticon of the 9th Hour sung during the Royal Hours on Christmas Eve morning.
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