The Rise Up Children’s Choir performs a ‘Breath Of Heaven/Mary Did You Know’ Mashup for Christmas that is simply too good to miss!
This group is composed of 16 and 17-year-olds who all met while singing with the Rise Up Children’s Choir and Amplify, and they have loved singing together ever since. In the video, they first start off by singing ‘Breath Of Heaven.'
"I have traveled many moonless nights, cold and weary with a babe inside
And I wonder what I've done, Holy Father, You have come
And chosen me now to carry Your Son"
This Christmas song tells the nativity story from Mary's perspective. The moving song was first written by Chris Eaton. And when Amy Grant first heard it, she decided she wanted to record the tune for her holiday album, but with the verses rewritten to personalize them.
Teens Sing Amazing Christmas Medley
The teens in this video do a stunning job singing this song, and soon they go into singing the popular Christmas song, ‘Mary, Did You Know?'.
"Mary, did you know that your baby boy would one day walk on water
Mary, did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters
Did you know that your baby boy has come to make you new?
This child that you delivered will soon deliver you. Mary, did you know?"
The lyrics to this beautiful Christmas song were written by Mark Lowry in 1984, and the music was written by Buddy Greene in 1991.
In the video, the performers sound incredible together, and their harmonies are so beautiful in this special ‘Mary Did You Know’ mashup! Everything about the song arrangement is absolutely breathtaking.
"Two of my absolute favorites combined for a spectacular arrangement! Kudos to you all! Remarkable vocals. Looking forward to hearing more from you!" comments one person on YouTube after watching the video.
We hope that you enjoyed this video of six teens singing a medley of ‘Mary, Did You Know?' and ‘Breath Of Heaven.’
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