A Bluegrass Song on Angels and The Better Son

The first century angelology of Hebrews meets the peculiar beauty of bluegrass. This song is both fun and rich in theology.

Heav'nly beings, angels are gleaming glory
Stories are told of golden deeds they've done
But to which of the angels did he ever call a son?
Christ ranks higher
Winds, flames of fire, choirs singing
And bringing praise, they serve the Son.
You can add ‘em all together
He is better than the sum

“The Angels’ Moment in the Sun (1:5-14)” by Psallos

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