Teen Sings Powerful Cover Of ‘Never Enough’ For Late Aunt

One young woman turned in a marvelous cover of a song from a beloved and popular musical following the passing of a relative. 

In life, there are painful and uncomfortable situations that sting, batter and bruise. Unfortunately, the loss of loved ones is one of those difficult parts of life. No matter who it is or the circumstances surrounding their passing, it is always a grueling and agonizing period.

In a clip posted on YouTube, a young woman, 12-year-old Cassandra Star, sings “Never Enough” from the film “The Greatest Showman.” Her performance at the front of a church comes, according to the video’s description, following the death of her Aunt Kathie.

“All the shine of a thousand spotlights
All the stars we steal from the night sky
Will never be enough
Never be enough”

Cassandra’s vocal performance is stunning, especially given the circumstances surrounding her presentation. Her voice is beautiful despite the piano being louder than her singing at different times throughout the clip. 

This young woman shows she has been blessed with an abundance of musical talent. 

Everyone has their own way of dealing with loss and tragedy. Some people may prefer to mourn by themselves. Others may decide to reflect upon the good times and cherished memories created with someone who has recently passed. However, most people come together to mourn at a funeral service. 

As painful as those activities may be, they are necessary. It gives those hurting over the loss of a loved one closure and the chance to say goodbye. However, as the video’s description points out, when it comes to losing a loved one, all the time in the world will never be enough with them.

Thankfully, though, there is One who provides comfort and healing during these times of extreme pain and heartache. 

2 Corinthians 12:9 “And he said to them, ‘My grace is enough for you, for my power is made complete in what is feeble.’ Most gladly, then, will I take pride in my feeble body, so that the power of Christ may be on me.”


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