'I'm So Glad' Worship From Gaither Voices Jessy Dixon And Alicia Williamson

Get ready to clap your hands along and praise to this worship song called ‘I’m So Glad’ from Gaither Voices Jessy Dixon and Alicia Williamson!

“I’m so glad Jesus lifted me, singing glory hallelujah, Jesus lifted me
When I was in trouble (Jesus lifted me), singing glory hallelujah, Jesus lifted me
I’m so glad Jesus lifted me, singing glory hallelujah Jesus lifted me” 

What a spirit filled song! It just makes you want to get up and dance and shout! And the song ‘I’m So Glad’ reminds us of the joy that is found in Jesus! Whenever we are down or feel like we are in trouble, just look to Jesus for hope and strength.

In this music video, Jessy Dixon and Alicia Williamson are performing ‘I'm So Glad’ at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. And the two of them do a phenomenal job leading this moment of praise together!

As the song continues on, the melody gets higher and higher as the energy builds and builds. The whole room is on their feet and dancing and clapping along with the singers by the end of the song. It really is a beautiful moment of joy as they all worship the Lord together.

“Wow! They are a delight. A Holy Spirit infusion! Thank you for sharing the joy of the Lord,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the music video.

“He is still in the lifting business! Praise God for His blessed Son! Hallelujah!” writes another person online.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to ‘I’m So Glad’ by Jessy Dixon and Alicia Williamson today and the song was able to bring some joy to your heart!

Nehemiah 8:10 Nehemiah said, “Go and enjoy choice food and sweet drinks, and send some to those who have nothing prepared. This day is holy to our Lord. Do not grieve, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.

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