What Will You Tell? “Go Tell It on the Mountain”

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When have you had big news to share? Who did you want to tell first?

We’re looking at popular Christmas hymns at Do Not Depart this month. In “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” the shepherds had great news to share.

What’s your current good news? How can you share it?

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6 thoughts on “What Will You Tell? “Go Tell It on the Mountain”

  1. Trudy

    This is so touching, Lisa. Especially to think that African-American slaves wrote it. It always amazes me that in the midst of such deep suffering they clung to Jesus and still spread the Good News. We can learn so much from it. Thank you for reminding me of this. Have a Blessed Christmas! Love and hugs!
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    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Yes, we have much to learn from the way they handled those trials. I hate, hate that they underwent that, but may the lessons continue to be passed on! Have a Merry Christmas, Trudy!

  2. Gayl

    Lisa, this quote, “When we share joy with others, we create more joy for ourselves.” is so true! We do have great news to share, the greatest story every told!

    Blessings to you!


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