Top 10 ___: Top Ten Originally Written Christmas Songs To Get You Into the Christmas Spirit

Welcome to December, and another year of Christmases, another year of reflections and knowing, understanding and believing into the Christmas story, and another year of just spending time with family and friends. Here at 365 Days of Inspiring Media, we released a post last year about our top 10 favourite originally written Christmas songs. Here, we have a list of 10 songs again, but this is slightly different. These are ten songs, not necessarily the same 10 from last year, but 10 nonetheless, of tracks that will bring us from the spirit of Scrooge-ness to the spirit of giving, hope and joy as December 25th come around. These songs, in our defintion, have been the most poignant to us as a site for this last year. What are these songs you say? Read ahead and find out.

Steven Curtis Chapman- Christmas Card

1 Girl Nation- Joy

Matthew West- The Heart of Christmas

Love and the Outcome- Emmanuel

for King and Country- Baby Boy

TobyMac- Christmas This Year

Paul Baloche- Christmas Offering

Note: This video version above is not by Paul Baloche, but rather, a cover version of the Paul Baloche song.

Jason Bare-Β Have You Heard

Lauren Daigle-Β Light Of the World

Lincoln Brewster- Shout for Joy

5 songs that missed out: Beautiful Miracle (The Sonflowerz), Heaven Everywhere (Francesca Battistelli), Hope Was Born this Night (Sidewalk Prophets), Real (Nichole Nordeman), Jingle All the Way (Dan Bremnes)

So there you have it, my top ten favourite original Christmas melodies that are sure to get you all into the Christmas spirit as December 25th approaches. So, what are yours? Let me know so that we can compare and have a healthy discussion!

3 thoughts on “Top 10 ___: Top Ten Originally Written Christmas Songs To Get You Into the Christmas Spirit”

  1. My mom LOVES Christmas This Year! πŸ™‚ I do too, it definitely gets me in the holiday spirit. πŸ˜€
    As for other Christmas songs that get me in the mood for celebrating….hmmm…..probably all of Amy Grant’s Christmas songs. πŸ˜‰
    *Sunny

  2. Interesting list. Mine would be:
    Lauren Daigle – Light of the World
    Dara MacLean – Bethlehem Skies
    Dara MacLean – The Day that Love Was Born
    Francesca Battistelli – Heaven Everywhere
    Francesca Battistelli – December 25
    Sarah Macintosh – There Is A Star
    Brandon Heath – Just a Girl
    Evan Wickham – End of Exile
    fk&C – Baby Boy
    Building 429 – Saving Christmas

    There ya go! πŸ™‚

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