A Capella Choir Sings Praise You In This Storm Using Only Voices! You Won't Believe There Aren't Instruments!



  • 2012-12-31T01:19:50

This is beautiful. They sound like the "Celtic Women". Never thought anyone could possibly sing like that. and I am really amazed. I hope they will continue with their awesome talent.

  • 2012-11-08T18:52:06

Wow. After reading these comments I guess I will not be posting my N.A. flute playing "skills". I am not a music teacher or student. I just love praise music, and I enjoy listening to variations. Music becomes personal to me when I allow it to speak to my spirit-- not just my eyes or ears. I give "koodo's" to the girls for their effort, and admit I did have some minor issues with the deliverance, but enjoyed it anyway.

  • 2012-11-07T07:46:10

To all of you who have felt the pain of loss I know it to. This song got me and my family through a very dark year. We played it at our daughters memorial service and later my youngest daughter and I preformed it for our church. She played the guitar and I sang. It has been a healing balm for us. The Lord has truely anointed Casting Crowns. Great Job girls. Keep up the good work.

  • 2012-11-05T12:52:30

My only question to you is this; You state that only our BEST is good enough for God. So if that is the BEST that they can do, should they stop singing praises to our God? If only the BEST was good enough for God, I would not know salvation today! We are seen as perfect in His eyes, yet will not be made perfect until we are with Him in the heavenly realm.

  • 2012-11-05T08:50:04

Of course we, as older Christians and many with a lot of experience in the teaching of music, want to see these young women using their voices for the glory of God and the extension of His Kingdom. I totally applaud that and support then 100%. But we all had to learn and how to we learn if we are not lovingly helped by those who can help? It is NOT criticism but encouragement to do it better next time and they WILL see a difference and be glad they listened. Only the BEST is good enough for God - we must ensure the adversary realises he doesn't have the best tunes!!!!

  • 2012-11-05T08:33:02

Only listening to the Video, it sounds way too fast and not in a spirit of Worship what the song is intended for. I agree with Rosa Valles below. When I 1st heard Mark Hall (Casting Crown's lead singer) testify of this song, he mentioned how this song was written of a woman he knew that had several miscarriages and how she continued to Praise God although she was going through Agony. When my friend's dad had passed away and he was contemplating God's love in his life, this same Casting Crown song came on and he knew it was from the Lord. So, yes, these girls were wonderful in singing to the Lord but I felt it was without the Anointing. There should have been Someone to have directed them in this type of Worship song. However, Praise be to God if the Spirit will still move on some. Keep up the good work girls, your Faith & practice as God will surely Bless you. ><> ><> ><>.

  • 2012-11-02T09:52:09

Singer's voice is so-so at best, choir not well controlled.....

  • 2012-11-02T03:56:02

They were worshiping God, and because of that, the meaning of the song hasn't been hindered in any way.

  • 2012-11-01T17:04:06

If you look past the stage, mikes and the recording it would be clearer. But these girls still rose above these difficulties and praised The Lord.

  • 2012-11-01T15:14:39

Beautiful job, ladies. To the critics waaa waaa, seek the Lord yourself for comfort. Sometimes we are too smart for our good. Do we know the story behind these ladies?

  • 2012-11-01T11:28:51

I agree, it`s a a nice sound and good job. But I believe they aren`t instruments and I heard something quite like this before. I heard very awesome choirs singing in such way. American, Ukrainian, Russian.

  • 2012-10-31T23:42:53

Yo Carmen, No need to shout... Chill.

  • 2012-10-31T23:11:00

Just say them today on Godtube. Awesome.

  • 2012-10-31T22:54:39

Worship...Our response to what we hold dear to our hearts. Whether its sped up, slowed down, remixed, whatever... this is their response to God, their worship to God. Who are we to take this time to criticize and take away from that praise because its not up to our own personal standards. Some of these comments are petty. Who are we to say that their "excessive movement" takes away from the song and makes it about them or because they sped up the song they don't understand what the song means. I look at my diverse congregation at church on Sundays. Some raise their hands, some clap, some just stand there singing, some close their eyes, some sway, and some literally jam out to the song at the same beat whether is a fast or slow song. I ask you, in my congregation who is worshiping God the right way? The Bible says that David danced and sang in worship to God. Is that the only way, No, that was just his response to the one he held dear to his heart, God. Many identify with the author and his lyrics in the lost or pain of a loved one...for others the lyrics to this song are a declaration symbolizing the conquering of a trial in their lives and choosing to praise God through it. To say that this song only has one meaning implies that its only for those who've lost a loved one. I have a heard time believing that, that was the authors intent. Truth about music is that it can be interpreted in many ways and touches people differently. This is their worship their response to God. I'll be honest, when I first saw this video my mind started to focus on the imperfections but then I started to cry. Here are 15 young ladies choosing to boldly worship God! In a culture where our youth are putting their relationships with Christ on the back burner or avoiding God altogether, I can't help rejoice in their passion and praise. Don't get me wrong, there is a time and place for the Biblical constructive criticism, but this is not the forum.

  • 2012-10-31T22:51:21

These girls are a blessing to me--my daughter has been with this group since her freshman year, and she's a senior now. They encourage and uplift each other and are a part of this group only if their heart is for the Lord. Soo....positive or negative comments don't really matter because THEY KNOW WHAT DOES MATTER--what's on the inside and a personal relationship with Jesus. You can find out more about this group at their website jmuintohymn.webs.com. I am delighted that this group will be leading worship at our church in 2 weeks and couldn't be a prouder mom! JMU rocks and so do these awesome ladies!

  • 2012-10-31T22:30:12

oh, my goodness.... I meant she sums it up pretty well.

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