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An Ad to Bless You "O Holy Night" is often the finale of Christmas Eve Services. It's story can be an inspiration to those whose doubts and fears seem overwhelming. The words were written by a wine commissioner in a small French village. Known as a poet more than a Christian example, his words speak to an underlying truth – "O holy night, the stars are brightly shining;" The music was written by a Jewish man, who did not believe in this Christ–yet the tune pulled at the hearts of the masses. The song with it's own intriguing history became the first song ever sent through the air via radio waves.

Fall on your knees, O hear the angel voices.

May you be blessed by”O Holy Night”

First Baptist Church 1616 W. 39th St., Kearney • 234-2311