‘All My Hallelujahs’ Women Who Worship Live Performance

Listen to “All My Hallelujahs” performed by Women Who Worship.

As a song states, the Lord is more than worthy of all our praise and worship. 

Christ, because of His deep love, grace and mercy, took the sin and shame of humanity upon himself and died a horrible and wholly undeserving death on the cross. This act of love gave us a chance at everlasting life with Him, as he won the victory over hell and death.

In the song “All My Hallelujahs” by Women Who Worship, they praise the Lord for all that He has done in their lives and everything He continues to do for them.

In the song’s first verse, the ladies sing that because of Christ, there is absolutely nothing to fear. His hand of protection is over them and keeps them safe. Christ does not leave them alone. He remains with them through every circumstance and situation of life. 

All their hope, the lyrics state, is in Christ Jesus. He has searched them, and He knows their hearts. 

The song’s chorus mentions that because of their faith in Christ, and His love and protection, they will continue to praise Him. Even when they may not receive answers to their requests, they will still praise Him.

“May You hear me singing
When answers never come
You have all my hallelujahs
Every single one”

Later, a verse expounds on the strength and protection of the Lord. He has been a shelter throughout the many storms and troubles of life. He always provides help and assistance during periods of trial. He has never failed and there is no reason to believe He ever will. Christ “will always be my strength.”

Revelation 19:6 “And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of mighty thunders, saying ‘Hallelujah: for the Lord our God, the Almighty, reigneth.’”


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