Millions are inspired by a 2-year-old girl’s rendition of “10,000 Reasons” during the Show. Video

The authors of 10,000 Reasons, Matt Redman and Jonas Myrin, assure us that there are countless opportunities

and justifications for worshiping God. Worldwide musicians and congregations have covered this well-known Christian song.

The song’s words, “Praise the Lord, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name,” are taken from Psalms 103:1–5. Praise the Lord, my soul,

and do not forget all of his benefits: he heals all of your illnesses, forgives all of your sins, raises your life out of the pit,

and crowns you with love and compassion. He also grants your wants pleasant things, reviving your youth like that of an eagle. NIV

A charming video featuring a two-year-old Filipino child singing a charming rendition of ‘10,000 Reasons’ has brought joy to millions of people when they were under quarantine.

The young angel was smiling and holding the microphone with such adorableness. She was dressed beautifully.

She sung the chorus, ‘Bless the Lord, oh my soul,’ with perfect clarity and intonation. Oh, my spirit.

Worship His Holy name,’ Sophia said, her face full of cuteness. ‘Oh my soul, sing like never before.’I will honor Your sacred name,’ she sang further.

People from all over the world have taken notice of her performance and are cheering for the young kid. In the midst of a pandemic where many people are afraid, she has blessed millions.

Elba Chua posted a comment on Facebook saying, ‘Oh my, you’re so talented baby girl.’ You are familiar with the entire song.

I was unable to even commit a song to memory. I adore the way you smile. It demonstrates the purity and innocence of your heart.

‘Amazing very young gifted child to sing such beautiful gospel song,’ wrote Ruby Abiera Figueroa in another. You will be greatly used by God for His glory!

Little children are being used by God to exalt His holy name. Matthew 21:16 They asked him, ‘Do you hear what these kids are saying?’

Yes, Jesus said. ‘Have you never read that ‘You, Lord, have called forth your praise’ from the lips of children and infants?’

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