Date: December 25, 2014

To All My Friends: I Wish You A Very Merry Christmas

From: Freedom is Knowledge



- The Jimmy Z Internet Radio Chritmas Show (2010) -



America, will you too go to sleep, as in Jerusalem and Bethlehem? - Casting Crowns

Source: YouTube



Christmas Song From King's College, Cambridge, England

Angels from the Realms of Glory   Ding! Dong! Merrily on High
Silent Night   O Holy Night



Mall's Christmas Flash Choral



Pentatonix 2014: That’s Christmas To Me - YouTube

Official Web site - Pentatonix



Rhema Marvanne: The First Noel - YouTube



It's A Different Kind Of Christmas (when you've lost a loved one.) - Mark Schultz



Mel Torme singing "The Christmas Song." - YouTube
Source: YouTube



The "Christmas Song" from Doug McKenzie of Australia



"White Christmas" - YouTube



- Christmas Sermon, 1818, Worchester, Massachusetts -


- Can You Name These Twelve Christmas Movies? -




While Working Around The House The Day Before Or On Christmas Day, Here's A Collection Of Three Hours Of Christmas Music

180 Minutes of Classic Christmas Music





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Background photo source: President George Washington





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