A couple of years ago, Matt Boswell co-wrote a new hymn with D.A. Carson called, "Exult in the Savior's Birth." Here is Matt in a short video explaining the song:
Here are the lyrics to the song:
their flocks at night,
attending lowly sheep;
Now within a cattle shed,
a much stranger watch they keep.
Today, a Saviour has been born
and He is Christ, the Lord;
Placed within a humble trough,
this baby must be adored.
Pagan wise men from the East
seek out the infant King;
Trackless miles behind them lie
and now all their rev’rence bring.
They have come to worship Him
with spices and with gold;
Countless millions seek Him still,
who’s advent was long foretold.
For to us a child is born,
to us a Son is giv’n;
He shall reign in righteousness,
this Counselor King from heav’n.
The government will rest on Him,
He is the mighty God;
Prince of Peace, this gentle King
yet rules with a mighty rod.
Scriptures say that Mary’s boy
was born that he might die;
Angel voices burst in praise,
their harmony fills the sky.
Sing, “Glory in the highest heav’n!”
Sing, “Gracious peace on earth!”
Those on whom His favor rests,
exult in the Saviour’s birth.
Now that you have read the lyrics, you can sing along: