Music Played19 items
Coldplay Christmas Lights
(CD Single), Parlophone, 1
Julie Andrews The Sound Of Music
Lipps, Inc. Funky Town
And They Danced All Night, Debutante
Kylie Minogue Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
(CD Single), Parlophone, 1
Queen Don't Stop Me Now
Jazz, Island, 12
ABC The Look Of Love
And Then She Kissed Me Vol.1 (Various, Debutante
Electric Light Orchestra Livin' Thing
Light Years - The Very Best Of ELO, Epic
Take That Shine
(CD Single), Polydor
Tears for Fears Sowing The Seeds Of Love
The Best Of Drive Time (Various Artists), Polygram TV, 7
Michael Jackson Black Or White
(CD Single), Epic
U2 Angel Of Harlem
U2 - The Best Of 1980-1990, Island, 12
Cee Lo Green Forget You
(CD Single), Warner Music UK, 1
The Rolling Stones The Last Time
The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks, Abkco
Sammy Davis Jr. The Candy Man
Hits Of 1971 & 1972 (Various Artists), Polydor
AC/DC You Shook Me All Night Long
AC/DC - Back In Black, EMI
Elvis Presley Elvis Presley - The First Noel
Christmas Duets, RCA, 11
Wham! Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
Fantastic 80's Disc 1 (Various Artis, Columbia
Bing Crosby White Christmas
That's Christmas (Various Artists), EMI
James Blunt Stay The Night
Some Kind Of Trouble, Atlantic, 1
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Pause For Thought
From the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu:
“The angel said to the terrified shepherds: 'Don’t be afraid! I have good news for you, which will make everyone joyful. This day in King David’s city, a Saviour was born for you. He is Christ the Lord.' (Luke 2:10)
Jesus is born in a stable, a stable he didn’t even own. He who dwelt in the splendour of heaven came to us and his maternity ward was a stable. He, who with the Father and the Holy Spirit, created the splendour of the universe, came to us lowly and homeless. He lived his life in exactly the same way.
He came, not to the wealthy and influential, but to simple shepherds. And he reveals the mystery of his glory by coming to earth and dwelling among the lowly.
Shepherds understood the work of this Saviour and Lord Christ better than kings, priests, or princes. As the Good Shepherd he came to dwell among the meek and lowly people whose hearts God had touched; and were therefore ready for a venturesome faith.
The shepherds were in haste. They could not just sit still. They had to respond! They had to act! Having heard the good news from the angel, they responded positively and went to Bethlehem to see this thing that had taken place – revealed to them by the Lord.
That message of the angel is for each one of us: 'Don’t be afraid'. For the missing, such as Madeline McCann, Claudia Lawrence and their parents: 'Don’t be afraid!'. For children in our own country who suffer at the hands of those who should care for them: 'Don’t be afraid!' For the downtrodden in our world: 'Don’t be afraid.'
Why? Because two thousand years ago in King David’s city, a Saviour was born for us all; He is Christ the Lord. And he invites us to go and be angels in our communities till a new day dawns."
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