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"Lamb of God" by Nicole C. Mullen



Many Gospel or Gospel-style songs, including Christmas songs, are written for and best executed by choirs. The harmonies and passion of a choir, for me, have always been an enjoyable and edifying staple of Gospel music. However, if a church wants to pursue Gospel music and doesn't have a choir within its congregation, this staple can be a potential hurdle. Fortunately, some Gospel songs are written for solo voice (sometimes with background vocals that are optional). "Lamb of God," written by David and Nicole Mullen and sung by the latter, is an example. Though the modulations can be a little challenging, it's a good Christmas Gospel song for your Advent season. Video and lyrics are below:


Once upon a long night after a hard ride, somewhere in Bethlehem

A Baby breaks the silence, sweetly He's crying I am Emmanuel

Then angels gave Him music, shepherds gave reverence, and message to the land

A widow held and cherished, the God who became a man


O Lamb of God O Prince of Peace, what tribute shall I bring to worship Thee

I have no gold to lay at Your feet, so Lamb of God I offer me


Can you see the wise men a star to guide them, searching all the earth

Til they found the one child, the very God Child who ruled the universe

Did they know the lady's little baby, was God and fully man

And ev'rything they gave Him, He Himself had made with His hands


I bring You all my hopes, I bring You all my dreams

I give You all my soul, My mind and all my strength

I wrap them all inside my heart, to give to Thee and I come

Oh come let us adore Him, Oh come let us adore Him

Oh come let us adore Him, Christ . . .


O Lamb of God, O Prince of Peace, what tribute shall I bring to worship Thee

See I have no gold to lay at Your feet, so Lamb of God may I offer . . .

I have no gold to lay at Your feet, so Lamb of God please let me offer me

Lamb of God I offer me