Carrie Underwood Sets Hearts Ablaze This Christmas With ‘Sweet Baby Jesus’ Performance

Country music icon Carrie Underwood sings ‘Sweet Baby Jesus’ in a Cracker Barrel Christmas performance focusing on the true reason for the season.

Carrie Underwood is ushering in the Christmas season with a beautiful song.

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As you listen to the powerful lyrics of ‘Sweet Baby Jesus’, remember that it all started in the little town of Bethlehem on that miraculous December night!

"Sweet Baby Jesus come down to love us

To lie in a manger so far from home

You could have left us, helpless and so lost

But you chose to save us

Sweet Baby Jesus"

Carrie Underwood Sings For Christmas

Carrie became a household name after winning the fourth season of American Idol back in 2005. Since that time, she's truly cemented herself in the country music world with hit after hit for nearly two decades.

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Today, Carrie is treating us to a very special performance of ‘Sweet Baby Jesus' from the Cracker Barrel stage. Carrie featured this holiday single on her first full-length Christmas album, My Gift.

"Fully human, fully God

Full of wonder and the blood

That one day you would shed to save the world

Tiny feet and tiny hands with all the earth at their command"

The birth of Jesus Christ laid the steps for our path into Heaven. God sent His Son down as a baby and HE ended up dying for all of our sins. Let us remember how it all began with this beautiful Christmas tune.

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"For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." Isaiah 9:6

WATCH: Carrie Underwood Sings ‘Sweet Baby Jesus’

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