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Saturday, 05 January 2013 13:29

 Tomorrow is Epiphany and as a family singing Christmas carols becomes more fun.  Jingle Bells is a favorite with my young girls but we love "We Three Kings of Orient Are" for obvious reasons.  Today I found a carol I had never heard of, a Greek Epiphany Christmas carol.  Its in Greek, and I'll post a translation when I find one, but the blog Simply Orthodox shared these somments:

 These carols talk about the Baptism of Jesus in Jordan river. It describes how Jesus came in the world and how he baptized, it describes the story in detail. There is also a dialogue between Jesus and St. John the Baptist, when St. John hesitates when he sees Jesus and sais “How can I baptise you oh Redeemer, my hand trembles, How dare I put my hand to the top of my Savior.

It’s truly amazing, and absolutely theological! :)

 

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Now two from the west:

 

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