In Greek theater, the chorus was the part of the cast which moved the story along.  They were the “voice” of the drama, and  spoke or sang in unison so their message had to be clear and understandable.

In God’s Nativity story we hear about a multitude of heavenly hosts.  This was most likely a cast of thousands or even more.  Each voice was perfect and clear as a bell.  There was no question as to what the message was.  We don’t know if they were singing, because the Bible says they were praising God and saying –  but usually praise involves lifting your voice in song.

These angels had to be thrilled at what was taking place.  They were there at the beginning, when their brother Lucifer chose to think he was better than the rest of them and his Creator – and decided to branch out on his own.  He  was kicked out of heaven and destined to a life of misery that would last forever.

At that time, God promised His people that a Savior would come to take away the evil that had infiltrated His world.  It was quite a while before that happened, so I’m certain the angels were happy beyond belief when it finally did.

I’m fortunate to be part of a church that has an amazing choir.  The voices are perfectly blended and create wonderful sounds.  Can you imagine the sound of an angelic choir?  We’ve never heard the likes of it in our lives – but the day is coming when He will appear again and the voices of those angels will sing once more.  Come soon, Lord, Jesus!

There were thousands, maybe millions, singing praise to God on high.

Every voice was clear and perfect, as they gave their royal cry.

We, like those holy angels, sing of peace on earth to men,

And wait like little children ’til our Savior comes again.




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