Just because most Christmas music centers around Christ or focuses on a time of joy, that doesn’t mean all Christmas songs should have been made, written, rewritten, copied, or released. Here are some of the worst.
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“You name any issue on the table today in the church at large," says Beth Moore, "it's somewhere most likely reflected in [Galatians].”