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December 19th, 2016

Christmas Posts Recap

Christmas Season 2016

Hi Friends,

We are so close to celebrating this year’s Christmas. We wish each and every one of TBTG readers a happy, wonderful and blessed Christmas season.

It is a matter of great joy to specially remember in each Christmas season that our Almighty God chose to come down to Earth and be one among us to save us Humans, his favorite creation, from the impending doom of our own sins. While being permanently thankful to this great mercy of our Almighty GOD, let us strive to move into the new year with greater determination to lead a better sin-free life, doing all the Earthly duties He has bestowed upon us.

At the end of 8 years after this TBTG website was started, we would like to offer you a small recap of the main Christmas articles/posts we have published here so far. Please feel free to click on those URL hyperlinks to navigate away to those pages to read the article.

Christmas Wallpapers

Christmas MP3 Songs

Hope you will like all the above wallpapers and songs for Christmas.

Wishing you all once again a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2017.

December 24th, 2013

Advent, Christmas and Epiphany

Advent Christmas and Epiphany

Are you busy celebrating Christmas? Is everything like the crib, Christmas tree, crackers, cakes all set up? Are you celebrating the Christmas Cycle giving enough importance to all the three phases like Advent, Christmas and Epiphany?

Our culture tends to skip Advent and start celebrating Christmas after Thanksgiving. Then it’s all packed up and stored away by New Year’s. This year, consider returning to the ancient practice of seeing the whole “Christmas Cycle” — the period that embraces both the Advent and Christmas seasons — as one unit of joyous celebration. Preparation comes first, then comes celebration extending a few weeks after Christmas Day.

The focal point of the Christmas cycle is obvious: God becoming one of us in Jesus, the Incarnation. All three phases of the cycle — Advent, Christmas and Epiphany — hinge on and celebrate that point.

These celebrations help us to name the ways our lives are caught up in the “big story” of Christ. And these feasts tie our lives to Christians throughout history. The tradition of the Church, the living gospel, is the real-life experience of Christians like you and like me, and those who have gone before us.

Advent

Advent season lasts for about four weeks. It begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. The time before Christmas is Advent, a season of preparation for Christmas. During Advent, we emphasize the joy that some would compare to the months before a child is born: excitement, wonder, joy, expectation, even exhilaration at the life that is in our midst right now, yet also a hope and longing, and carefulness to get things into order.

We prepare for celebrating the birth of Jesus by remembering the longing of the Jews for a Messiah. In Advent, we’re reminded of how much we ourselves also need a Savior, and we look forward to our Savior’s second coming even as we prepare to celebrate his first coming at Christmas. The word “Advent” comes from the Latin word adventus, which means “coming” or “visit.” In the season with this name, we keep in mind both “advents” of Christ, the first in Bethlehem and the second yet to come.

Christmas

During the Christmas season we celebrate the wonder of the Incarnation. How wondrously we are made that the Word of God would become one of us! God shows us how to live fully: by pouring out our lives for others. That is what the days of Christmas are all about. These days we remember the immense love of our God, that love which made Him send his only son to save us. We remember how special we are in the eyes of our Creator.

Christmas is not about the Savior’s infancy; it is about His deity. The humble birth of Jesus Christ was never intended to conceal the reality that God was being born into the world. Without forsaking His divine nature or diminishing His deity, He was born into our world as a tiny infant. He was fully human, with all the needs and emotions that are common to us all. Yet He was also fully God, all-wise and all-powerful.

Epiphany

Epiphany falls on the twelfth day after Christmas. Epiphany and the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord celebrate Christ becoming manifest — that is, present to all people. On Epiphany we focus on the three Wise Men symbolizing the many races for whom Christ was born. The baptism of Jesus marks the beginning of his public ministry.

God’s “Christmas gift” of the Incarnation is a gift for everyone! We wish all of you a Merry Christmas and urge each one of you to celebrate all the three phases of the Christmas cycle – Advent, Christmas and Epiphany – with equal importance. God bless you.

December 15th, 2013

Malayalam Christmas Songs – Old and New Christmas MP3s

Old and New Christmas MP3s

Malayalam Christmas Songs – Old and New Christmas MP3 Songs

1. Aakasataaram
Aakasataaram
2. Annoru Ravathil
Annoru Ravathil
3. Bethlahem Jaathane
Bethlahem Jaathane
4. Bethlahemil Ravil
Bethlahemil Ravil
5. Christmas Ananju
Christmas Ananju
6. Christmas Ravananjna
Christmas Ravananjna
7. Deivaputhran
Deivaputhran
8. Deivam Pirakkunu
Deivam Pirakkunu
9. Doore Ninnum
Doore Ninnum
10. Kaali Thozhuthil
Kaali Thozhuthil
11. Kanyasuthane
Kanyasuthane
12. Kathukale Kelkkunnuvo
Kathukale Kelkkunnuvo
13. Katte Katte Nee Vaa
Katte Katte Nee Vaa
14. Kaval Malagamare
Kaval Malagamare
15. Kulir Choodum
Kulir Choodum
16. Malagamaarude
Malagamaarude
17. Malakhamar Paadi
Malakhamar Paadi
18. Malakhavrindam
Malakhavrindam
19. Manjum Thanuppum
Manjum Thanuppum
20. Manju Pothiyunna
Manju Pothiyunna
21. Manninum Poovinum
Manninum Poovinum
22. Merry Merry Merry Christmas
Merry Merry Merry Christmas
23. Ninne Vanangidunnu
Ninne Vanangidunnu
24. Nirmala Maname
Nirmala Maname
25. Paithalam Yesuve
Paithalam Yesuve
26. Paril Pirannu Devan
Paril Pirannu Devan
27. Pathiravayoru Neram
Pathiravayoru Neram
28. Patiraavil Bethlehemil
Patiraavil Bethlehemil
29. Ponnu Meera Kundirikkam
Ponnu Meera Kundirikkam
30. Poonthennal
Poonthennal
31. Pulkootil Vazhunna
Pulkootil Vazhunna
32. Puthiyoru Pulari
Puthiyoru Pulari
33. Rajavin Rajavezhunnallunu
Rajavin Rajavezhunnallunu
34. Rareeram Paadi Urakkam
Rareeram Paadi Urakkam
35. Rathri Rathri
Rathri Rathri
36. Shaandha Raathri
Shaandha Raathri
37. Thaaram Neela Vaanil
Thaaram Neela Vaanil
38. Tharakale
Tharakale
39. Thumbappoo Polulla
Thumbappoo Polulla
40. Unni Yesu Piranna Rathri
Unni Yesu Piranna Rathri
41. Unniyessu Nathane
Unniyessu Nathane
42. Vaanil Sangeetham
Vaanil Sangeetham
43. Vidarnnitunna Punchiri
Vidarnnitunna Punchiri
44. Yehoodhiyayile
Yehoodhiyayile

Given above are 44 Christmas songs in Malayalam language. These MP3 songs can be played back from this page. They consist of both old and new Malayalam Christmas songs. Just click on the Play button under each song title and the song will start in one or two seconds.

Its Christmas season again and so we thought this will be the best Christmas gift to all those Malayalis around the world.  We hope you all love each and every one of the above mallu Christmas songs. Have a blessed and wonderful Christmas season this year.

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