Win a Free Download of Prepare Him Room!

shutterstock_157492289_FotorIn another post I shared the story behind our new Christmas album, Prepare Him Room. Now you can be one of ten people who can win a free digital copy.

Here’s the deal. Leave a comment below telling us your favorite Christmas carol and why in 50 words or less. You can enter three times.

I’ll pick some of the most creative answers as winners and the rest at random. How many random comments I pick depends on how many creative responses I get!

You have until midnight on Tuesday, Sept. 30 to enter. I’ll announce the winners around noon (EST) on Wednesday, October 1. We’ll contact the winners by email with your download code.

And if you don’t win, you can always help support Sovereign Grace Music by getting a copy from Amazon, iTunes, or Bandcamp. You can also order them directly from our online store beginning October 6.

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106 Responses to Win a Free Download of Prepare Him Room!

  1. John Grubb September 30, 2014 at 10:40 PM #

    Bryan Duncan put out an excellent Christmas album called “Christmas is Jesus” that included a song called “The form of man” the refrain of which was:

    He wrapped His love in flesh and blood
    And took the form of man

    An allusion to Phillipians 2 and the incarnation!

  2. Caleb Mathews September 30, 2014 at 11:44 PM #

    “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus” is absolutely my favorite Christmas song. I love this song’s melody and understanding of the Bible’s grand narrative. People had been waiting for so long for God’s promised deliverer, and this song reminds us that the Savior has come.

  3. David Koh October 1, 2014 at 2:11 AM #

    My favorite has to be “Mary Did You Know?”, written by Mark Lowry. It’s a wonderful song that explores the mystery of the incarnation and throws the shadow of the cross over the manger in a series of beautiful questions

  4. Bill Phillips October 1, 2014 at 9:50 AM #

    The carol / hymn by Charles Wesley, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!” causes my heart to rejoice with every verse. It is saturated with gospel truth from beginning to end. Hardly a word is wasted. It celebrates, not only the miracles of the incarnation, but the miracles of Christ’s Calvary work in our own hearts and even in the world to come. It seems to capture the sweep of the story of God more fully than most any other Christmas song I can think of as it refers to the beginning promise in Genesis 3 and expresses faith in the promises of a redeemed and restored creation in the end times. It even touches on the past and future eternality of the Son of God by calling Him “everlasting Lord” and yet stoops to the immediacy of our present lives by pleading that our depravity be defeated by the sanctifying power of His grace (“Bruise in us the serpent’s head. Now display thy saving power,…” and later, “Adam’s likeness now efface; stamp thine image in its place.”) This song, more than any other that I am privileged to sing in praise of my Savior’s incarnation lifts my heart with gospel truth at every turn.

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