Clues for Sunday's Christmas Single
Fri., Dec. 2. 2016 1:03pm EST
Our next single, slated for Sunday night, adds two more seasonal selections to our Christmas catalog — one from the 70's and one from the 80's:
Has the holiday rush got you feeling ragged and run-down? Are you tired of being trampled, getting gifts for folks who don't even care about Christ? It might tickle you to consider this: Most Nativity scenes include a donkey, demonstrating that even the most stubborn characters can come to Jesus at Christmas. Think of the person in your family (or someone else you hold dear) who is the most resistant to the Gospel; start praying for them, and watch what God does.
Yes, we've already used a number of songs to tell the Nativity story from a variety of angles (and angels). Well, here comes the "Silent Night" treatment again. But this specific spoof should help you remember where to find the awesome actual account in the glorious gilded Gospel (Luke 2:1-20). It also points out that Christ is available even to the black sheep of the flock, not just the nice kids on St. Nick's list.
Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.
We currently have 71 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size, including our previous release, "Outnumbered" and "Good King" featuring parodies of Men at Work and Fine Young Cannibals.
To get any of these projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.