Malinda Kathleen Reese is belting out the classic hymn ‘How Can I Keep From Singing' in the Washington National Cathedral. She’s got the whole place to herself and it’s simply stunning!
The last time Malinda Kathleen Reese sang in an empty church, it went viral. Her acoustic performance was seen all over social media.
So, when Malinda had the opportunity to perform at another famous cathedral, she jumped on the opportunity.
Today, she is at the Chapel of St. Joseph of Arimathea, commonly known as the Washington National Cathedral for this acoustic hymn.
"My life flows on in endless song;
Above earth’s lamentation,
I hear the sweet, though far-off hymn
That hails a new creation"
‘How Can I Keep From Singing' is a lesser-known hymn but the words are simply stunning. Written by Robert Lowry, it became popular in 1960s after Pete Seeger performed a folk rendition of the hymn.
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Today, Malinda is putting her own, unique touch on this song and it's absolutely incredible. Just listen as she belts out these beautiful lyrics that remind us all of God's love and blessings.
"Through all the tumult and the strife,
I hear that music ringing
It finds an echo in my soul
How can I keep from singing?"
God has given us so many gifts in this life. Even through the suffering and turmoil, we can turn to God is guide us to the light. He we walk with us each step of the way and give us comfort in our dark moments.
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Remember these precious words as you go throughout your day.
WATCH: Malinda Kathleen Reese Sings ‘How Can I Stop From Singing’
And if you missed Malinda’s first empty church video, check it out below, along with her sharing the story of how it went viral.
WATCH: Malinda Kathleen Reese Viral Video Singing In Empty Church
WATCH: Malinda Kathleen Reese — Story Of Going Viral