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Musical Christmas Advent Calendar

Musical Advent CalendarWhat better way to praise the Lord than through song? Use this advent calendar to celebrate Christmas all month long. Each day read a scripture and then sing of him with a related carol or hymn.

December 1

Isaiah 7:14

Angels We Have Heard On High

December 2

Isaiah 9:6

Away In A Manger

December 3

Micah 5:2

O Little Town of Bethlehem

December 4

Jeremiah 23:5

O Come All Ye Faithful

December 5

Isaiah 40:1–4

Joy to the World

December 6

Jeremiah 33:14–15

The First Noel

December 7

Isaiah 40:11

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

December 8

Psalms 24

Hark the Herald Angels Sing

December 9

Jeremiah 23:6

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

December 10

Jacob 7:11–12

Far, Far Away On Judea’s Plain

December 11

1 Nephi 10:4

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

December 12

1 Nephi 11:13, 18

What Child Is This?

December 13

1 Nephi 11:20–24

O Holy Night

December 14

1 Nephi 11:27

Who Is The Child?

December 15

Helaman 14:3

Samuel Tells of the Baby Jesus

December 16

Helaman 14:5–6

I Heard the Bells

December 17

Luke 1:30–31

I Believe in Christ

December 18

3 Nephi 1:13

When Christ Was Born In Bethlehem

December 19

3 Nephi 1:19

Star Bright

December 20

Luke 2:4–7

O Hush Thee My Baby

December 21

Luke 2:8–11

How Great Thou Art

December 22

Luke 2:12–14

We Three Kings of Orient Are

December 23

Matthew 2:1–2

With Wondering Awe

December 24

Mosiah 3:5–8

Silent Night

{ 9 comments… add one }
  • bbrian017 November 29, 2010, 7:32 pm

    You know I like the chocolate version better lol

    I wonder how much traffic is going to be down over the Christmas season… I hope the content I’m running will keep it going strong. Christmas has changed so much we need an updated version of this advent calendar.
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  • Alison Moore Smith December 1, 2010, 12:44 am

    I’m always game for chocolate! 🙂

    You might be surprised how many people still celebrate Christmas the “old-fashioned” way. We always give way, way too many presents, but still try to center more on Christ and giving than on mad shopping and craziness. For us, it’s about family and love and fun.

  • Lisa November 16, 2014, 8:15 pm

    Thanks so much for posting this! Obviously I found this post years after you posted, but it will be perfect for my family’s morning devotional. Each day before school we sing a primary song or hymn and recite the primary scripture of the month. I was looking to switch it up for Christmas and make it focused on Christmas. This is perfect! Thanks again!

  • Jim Johnson December 7, 2014, 6:24 pm

    How can you celebrate Advent using Christmas hymns? They are two separate seasons of the church year.

  • Alison Moore Smith December 8, 2014, 10:03 am

    Good question, Jim. I do it be definition. 🙂

    An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. Since the date of the first Sunday of Advent varies, falling between November 27 and December 3 inclusive, the Advent calendar usually compromises by beginning on December 1, although many include the previous few days that are part of the season.

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