'A Christmas Alleluia' - Chris Tomlin Featuring Lauren Daigle And Leslie Jordan

Critically acclaimed Christian artists Chris Tomlin and Lauren Daigle ring the in Christmas season with a beautiful performance of 'A Christmas Alleluia.’

Joined by stunning vocalist Leslie Jordan from All Sons And Daughters, this trio sings these touching words of worship to proclaim our Savior’s birth.

“The heavens roar, the angels sing
All glory to our God and King!
O night divine forevermore, Alleluia
The heavens roar, the angels sing
All glory to our God and King!
O night divine forevermore, Alleluia”

These award-winning musicians have all helped shape the face of modern day Christian music. Over the years, Chris Tomlin has given us hits such as ‘Good Good Father’ and ‘Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone).’

Lauren Daigle continues to cross musical platforms with her inspiring tracks like ‘You Say’ and ‘Look Up Child. And Leslie Jordan previously provided lead vocals for the popular Christian duo All Sons And Daughters.

Just listen as all of these incredible voices come together in perfect harmony for praise to our King.

“Alleluia, Alleluia
Christ, the Savior of the world
He has come!
Alleluia, Alleluia
To the Highest name of all, Alleluia”

It was truly a glorious night when Jesus was born. His birth paved the way for our path into Heaven. We were freed from our chains and that is an amazing gift, indeed. Who else is saying amen?

John 1:14 “The Word became a human being and, full of grace and truth, lived among us. We saw his glory, the glory which he received as the Father’s only Son.”

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