3 Siblings Became Accidental Viral Stars and Now, Their Covers Are Inspiring Faith


Three siblings, Daylon, Daura, and Devon Veater, became accidental viral stars, and now their covers inspire faith.

Music has the power to uplift, soothe, and inspire. It's an incredible gift God uses to work in mysterious ways to inspire faith and transform lives, a truth exemplified by the remarkable journey of Daylon, Daura, and Devon Veater, also known as Life in 3D.

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The Kids Grew Up Singing

Their journey from humble beginnings to touching the hearts of millions through music is a testament to the transformative power of harmony. Raised in Phoenix, Arizona, these siblings were nurtured in the realms of education via homeschooling and the rich tapestry of music woven by their family.

Despite humble beginnings, their mother’s innovative approach to homeschooling integrated music into their lives, planting seeds of creativity that would later blossom into something extraordinary. One kid would sing while doing the dishes, yet another would hum folding laundry, and the third could be found strumming a guitar. Three different talents coming together to create one harmonious melody.

WATCH: The Veater Siblings Sing ‘O Holy Night’

Inspired By Their Grandfather

For the Veater siblings, music was just for fun. But their beloved grandfather, their staunchest supporter, and a music lover, ignited the flame of passion within them. However, it wasn't until they posted the cover of ‘O Holy Night' on their YouTube channel that the siblings truly understood how God was using their musical talents to reach others.

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Devon said a stranger posted a comment that touched his heart. "‘I'm an atheist, but this gave me chills.' It was just an ‘Aha!' moment, where we were bringing the light of Christ to other people, to our music, and they were feeling it." He added, "This journey that we're on right now has actually built my faith."

God Does Use Ordinary People

As they continue to navigate the complexities of college life, faith, and music, their lives prove God uses ordinary, everyday people to make extraordinary miraculous moments happen. Who knew God could reach a lost soul through three young college students through the gift of harmony?

We pray the Veater siblings continue to serve as vessels for divine grace, touching the hearts of millions and igniting flames of faith in even the most skeptical souls. In the symphony of their voices, listeners find solace, healing, and a renewed sense of purpose-a testament to the transcendent power of God’s miracle-working love.

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John 11:25-26 “Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?”

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h/t: Epoch Times

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Life in 3D