Adorable Children's Sweet Rendition of 'Are You Washed In The Blood' Hymn

Check out this video of these adorable children singing a sweet rendition of the timeless hymn ‘Are You Washed In The Blood.’

‘Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power?

Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?

Are you fully trusting in His grace this hour?

Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?’

What a great video of these cute and talented siblings singing this classic hymn! They all harmonize so well together, and it is wonderful to see them using their voices to bring glory to the Lord.

“These kids always lift my spirit with their sincerity and enthusiasm in praise. God bless this dedicated family,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video.

“Beautiful! Wonderful song, and blessed to enjoy the children's performance! Thank you for sharing this song of encouragement; it's much appreciated!” writes another person online.

The family in the video is the Cinereski family, and they have six beautiful children who have huge hearts for the Lord. According to their YouTube page, their motto is “Serving God is the best life. And doing it as a family is even better!” One verse that is important to their family is 3 John 1:4: “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.”

When it comes to the hymn ‘Are You Washed In The Blood,’ the lyrics and the music of the song was written and composed by Elisha Albright Hoffman. The song was first published in 1878 in the text titled Spiritual Songs for Gospel Meeting and the Sunday School.

We hope that you truly enjoyed listening to the Cinereski family siblings sing ‘Are You Washed In The Blood.’ We pray that the music was able to encourage you and bring you some joy today. 

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