What does the Lord’s Prayer and “Away in a Manger” have in common?

Try singing this to “Away in a Manger”.  We plan to use it this coming Sunday (12/14) but it would work well for a 12/24 or 12/25 service as well.


Our Father in heaven, all praise to your name!

Your kingdom among us, your will done the same

By mortals and angels. Come, Lord, reign alone;

Oh, hear us and bless us from heaven’s high throne.


The bread that we yearn for provide us each day;

As we forgive others, our sins take away;

In times of temptation, to lead us be near;

From evil deliver your children most dear.


For yours is the kingdom; o’er all things you reign.

And your is the power; all things you maintain.

To you be the glory, resounding again

From all of creation, forever! Amen.


Source: wels.net


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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Deb on December 14, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    Great! I write new words to familiar tunes all the time because there are not enough hymns for Advent and Christmas that people really know.


  2. Posted by Elaine Howsley on November 15, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    I love it! I plan on using this at my small church in Oklahoma! Thanks for sharing!


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