Check out this joyous rendition of the Christmas song ‘Oh Come All Ye Faithful,’ performed by Celtic Worship. What a lovely reminder of the true reason for the season!
"Oh come all ye faithful joyful and triumphant, Oh come ye Oh come ye to Bethlehem
Come and behold Him born the King of Angels, Oh come let us adore Him
Oh come let us adore Him, Oh come let us adore Him, Christ the Lord"
In the music video, you will see the members of Celtic Worship playing all different types of instruments from guitar, drum, bass, banjo, violin, and even a piccolo. And the vocalists are so talented and sound wonderful singing their beautiful harmonies.
What an incredible performance of this classic Christmas song, ‘Oh Come All Ye Faithful’!
Celtic Worship Performs Treasured Christmas Song
The setting of the music video is in a rustic building with lights everywhere. And later in the song, the band slows down for a little bit, but then builds the music back up to finish it strong.
The whole music video is the perfect thing to watch and listen to as we start off the Christmas season.
"Another beautiful rendition. Thank you for sharing your passion for music and your faith. It comes through in your songs and it is a joy to listen too," writes one person on YouTube after watching the video.
The band performing this rendition of ‘O Come All Ye Faithful' is Celtic Worship, and according to their YouTube page, they are an "organic cultural expression of sung worship in Scotland today; an expression which follows in the footsteps of what has taken place in Scotland for centuries. Comprised of some of the most interesting and innovative musicians in Scotland's flourishing contemporary music scene, the band is driven by a sincere desire to use their skills, giftings and various abilities to praise and make known Jesus Christ."
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