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Joie dans le monde

NOTE: This is the French version of the famous Christmas carol "Joy To The World".  You have more than a month to practice it before Christmas

Joie dans le monde, c’est Noël;
Voici Emmanuel!
Que chaque cœur,
Lui fasse une demeure.
Que ciel et nature chantent
Que ciel et nature chantent:
Que ciel et ciel et nature chantent.

Joie sur la terre vive le Messie!
La loi est accomplie.
Ô humblement Jésus,
Vers nous Il est venu.
Rendez gloire au Seigneur,
Rendez gloire au Seigneur,
Rendez, rendez gloire au Seigneur.

Détournez vous de vos péchés,
Les âmes sont libérées.
Par Sa grâce et naissance,
Il nous donne espérance.
Venez comme des enfants,
Venez comme des enfants,
Venez, venez comme des enfants.

Il régnera en vérité,
Et justice à jamais!
Sa victoire est totale,
Jésus vaincu le mal,
Avec Son grand amour,
Avec Son grand amour,
Avec, avec Son grand amour.

Source: NetHymnal

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