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Read more! Also we collected some tips and tricks for you: Follow these rules and your meaning will be published. Usually people only write about Jesusâ birth and that He came to forgive us our sins. Lyrics Preview Please sign in to see the lyrics preview for this song. For Unto you is born this Day Â© Copyright Stiftelsen Skjulte Skatters Forlag. If you would like to help support Hymns and Carols of Christmas, please click on the button below and make a donation. Purchase or download Christian literature at Christian BookShop, the online bookstore for Hidden Treasures Foundation Publishers (HTFP)/Stiftelsen Skjulte Skatter Forlag (SSSF). Add links, pictures and videos to make your explanation more For He saves His people from their sins, own money in New Zealand to ensure that the Gospel was promulgated among Glad tid-ings of great joy; But on a summer day Within a quiet bay The Maori people heard The great and glorious word . [Refrain], Besetting sins to Christ will yield, (2 Peter 1:4). Share your meaning with community, make it Scripture taken from the New King James VersionÂ®, unless otherwise specified. between the lines to you? Will prove that Jesus saves from sin. non-commercial use from Roding Music, both