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Josiah Holland (1819-1881) was a man who did many things in his life. He was a photographer and a newspaper editor, and he also published a magazine. But he is best-known for writing the words to the Christmas song, “There’s A Song in the Air.”
The words of this song talk about Jesus’ birth. Jesus came to earth as a baby, but He was also the Son of God and King of the universe. “There’s a song in the air! There’s a star in the sky…For the manger of Bethlehem cradles a King!”
Our Bible verses today talk about Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem. Jesus was truly a King, but He was not born in a palace like a king. Mary “wrapped him up well and laid him in a box where cattle are fed” (verse 7b).
It is important for us to remember that Jesus came to earth as a baby. But it is even more important to know that He is God’s Son and King over all kings. Worship and praise Him today!