Thursday, December 20, 2012
Norwegian Christmas Carols # 20
Trygve Hoff has written this psalm on dialect about people of North Norway and God. I love the first YouTube clip. Children are just like these. The last clip contains photos from North Norway.
North Norwegian Christmas Psalm
Bless you the day over the fjord. Bless you light over the land.
Bless you the eternal words about hope and a reached out hand.
Protect what little you gave us, the day you moved us here north.
So we feel you will never forsake us in poverty and toil.
We lived with our cap in our hand, but had such a strong faith,
and one thing we have truly seen; we are tough ones, we, like you.
Now we have the hardest turn, we work to move forwards towards the light and the Advent time, it's a long way south to Bethlehem.
God's peace over mountains and hillsides, may life prosper where we build and work,
God's peace over the cattle in the barn and over a frosty and meager soil.
You see us in the Polar Night country. You bless us with eternal words,
The houses, the mountains, the waters, and the people who live here North.
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Beautiful. Thank you for sharing these Christmas carols, I'm really enjoying these posts. Sending you a hug.
Thank you! Christmas carols worldwide are beautiful because He's the Saviour of the whole world.
Praise be to the King of Kings
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