O Come O Come Emmanuel

Hymn Story: 

O Come O Come Emmanuel is the translation of a ninth-century Latin hymn, Veni Veni Immanuel. It recreates O Antiphons that are sung in many churches around the world during the last few days before Christmas. Each verse represents a different Antiphon with the refrain, “Rejoice, rejoice, Emmanuel shall come to thee, O Israel!”  This Christmas hymn highlights the past words of God, encourages today’s believers, and gives great hope that the Messiah will return again one day.

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In Latin

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