I like singing this one for its ending. The second line goes up and pauses, then sings a Hosanna chorus. Always enjoyed singing that. First hymn that mentions the wise men in the story. Indeed, the first two verses are about their part of the story. The third mentions the angels.
*"The wondrous little Stranger"
*"And still is sung in ev'ry tongue The angels' song of glory"
*And shall not cease till holy peace In all the earth is growing"
From the history book
Mentions how the star is a symbol of peace for the world. Nothing is known about the author or composer, but it first appeared in LDS hymnody in 1884. The book points out that the wise men probably didn't hear the angels singing. Well, how do they know? If angels and a star guided shepherds, why not both for wise men? Weren't wise men considered prophets? Could not angels sing to and converse with them? Was it not such a joyous occasion with singing about more than once? Oh well--to each their own interpretation.