It has been sort of a trend that groups have been auditioning on talent shows, hoping they can one day become famous. But, most of the time it is reoccurring and the performance isn't as good as they thought. The Kingdom Tenors go above and beyond with their performance … WOW!
If you are a big fan of this song, then you will definitely love their cover. 12 amazing voices singing together is something they you don't hear often. They also cover it in a way where it sounds unique. Which is very important when the judges decide. This group really blows the roof off of the place after performing "You Raise Me Up." You will definitely get the chills watching this one!
Check out this audition on Britain's Got Talent below: more >>
It's one thing to hear people praising the Lord together and watching. But to hear the soldiers who are defending our freedom life out Lord in praise, it will give you chills!
When these Marines aren't busy fighting for our country, it's heartwarming to know that they are praising the Lord. If you know the song feel free to sing along and lift your arms up. Listen as they sing "Lord I Lift Your Name On High." A whole group gets together to make this memorable video and throughout the whole video you will be saying "Amen!" God bless all those involved with making the video and may they be safe and healthy at all times!
"Sing for joy in the LORD, O you righteous ones; Praise is becoming to the upright. Give thanks to the LORD with the lyre; Sing praises to Him with a harp of ten strings. Sing to Him a new song; Play skillfully with a shout of joy." Psalms 33:1-3 more >>
Luke Bryan is an excellent entertainer, according to all of his fans who go and see him in concert. But, on this day he was outshined by an 8-year-old fan who took the mic and did his own performance. Watch how he got on stage, and performed for the huge crowd!
Not only did he sing with Luke, he was able to rap his part in "This Is How We Roll" and then traded caps with Luke, too. Riley made a giant poster and it was asking Luke if he could sing with him and it worked! Riley gets a huge roar from the crowd and Luke even gets the chills when the little man start to rap. What an awesome way to entertain those in the crowd and also make a young boy's dreams come true.
Check out Riley get on stage and perform with Luke below: (SHARE WITH ALL!) more >>
This young girl gets on stage and immediately you can tell that her emotions had been getting the best of her. Emma Jones is terribly nervous during her audition, but knows she has to fight it and sing at her best. What happens next will absolutely blow you away!
It is hard to tell if Emma will ever sing or not after the music start, but after she takes a few deep breaths, she unleashes an angelic voice that no one in the audience was expecting. God has given her a beautiful talent, and on this day she is showing the world that she can sing. Anyone who has heard a cover of this song before is used to getting the chills when it comes on. It's a very powerful song.
Not only does she make the crowd happy, she receives a standing ovation from all the judges! more >>
Grammy award-winning rapper Layzie Bone, of the '90s hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, praised God on Facebook after being hailed a hero for helping to save a diabetic man's life on Saturday.
The Jehovah's witness, born Steven Howse, rushed to the aid of a Wyoming man, who was traveling from Casper to Riverton over the weekend, after witnessing the man lose control of his vehicle.
"We just witnessed a man, 24 years old, driving super erratically from Casper Wyoming to Riverton Wyoming," Layzie, 40, wrote on Facebook. "We thought he was a drunk doing 60 mph when he spun out of control and did a complete 180 degrees." more >>
JERUSALEM — Two million people once showed up at a worship service to hear her sing live, but for popular Brazilian worship leader Ana Paula Valadao and the global coalition of worship leaders at the Empowered21 Global Congress in Jerusalem this week, nothing behind their magnetic music will be about them. It's always about Jesus, they say, always.
They are perhaps some of the most popular worship leaders you have never heard of, primarily because for a number of them their following comes from Christian believers outside of the United States.
At a practice session for the worship leaders a day before their first public outing together on Wednesday night at the Spirit-empowered event billed "From The Ends Of The Earth" inside the Jerusalem Pais arena, the unassuming Valadao says she's hoping God ruins their plan. more >>