Children Sing Adorable Rendition Of Classic Hymn ‘In His Time’

Children Sing Adorable Rendition Of Classic Hymn ‘In His Time’

Hymns are often beautifully written and filled with tons of truth. “In His Time” has both of those elements. 

In a video posted to YouTube, the six Asidor children sing “In His Time,” which serves as a terrific reminder of God’s timing and our need to have patience when we call upon the Lord. 

Each child gets their time to shine in the spotlight as they all take turns singing about God’s timing, our need for patience and how he is teaching us constantly. 

“He makes all things beautiful in His time
Lord, please show me every day
As You’re teaching me Your way”

Then about halfway through the video, at approximately the 2:45-minute mark, all six children beautifully blend their voices together. Not only do they sing adorably, but the message - patience and waiting upon the perfect will of God - imparted through the song is one that everyone needs reminded of from time to time.

Most people have a massive problem with waiting. Everyone wants their requests fulfilled immediately. Some believe that if compelled to wait any significant amount of time, it’s already been too long. 

However, the Lord does not work on our timetable. He is not required to meet our requests in a time period that we deem appropriate. No, often waiting for an answer to prayer from God requires a fair amount of patience and faith. 

Others who commented on the video mentioned how much they appreciated the children singing the beloved hymn.

“This is so beautiful! I needed to hear these words again. It was really nice have the children sing too. God Bless you and your family!” one person wrote.

“Excellent job kids! They’re getting better all the time! I love this song! I needed to hear that just now!” a second person added. 

Ecclesiastes 3:11 “He has made everything beautiful in his time: also he has set the world in their heart, so no man can find out the work that God makes from the beginning to the end.”

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