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‘Joy To The World’ Jordan Smith Sings Christmas Classic

‘Joy To The World’ Jordan Smith Sings Christmas Classic

Christian music singer and former winner of The Voice Jordan Smith gave a pitch-perfect performance of a beloved Christmas classic, “Joy to the World.”

Christmas is when family and friends come together to celebrate and recognize God sending his one and only Son to Earth. That baby boy coming to Earth, being born by a virgin in a humble, lowly stable in Bethlehem changed the trajectory of the world forever. He was sent to Earth to save man from his sins, to give everyone a chance at everlasting life with Him.

When thinking of the miracle and world-changing birth of Jesus Christ, there is only one way to respond to such a momentous occasion: with abundant, exceeding and overwhelming joy. How could anyone reply in any other manner?

In a clip posted on YouTube, Jordan Smith, the winner of The Voice season 9, sings about the Savior’s birth and the staggering amount of joy felt by all because of His arrival. Christ’s much-anticipated entrance gave hope to all man. 

“Joy to the Earth, the Savior reigns
Let all their saints employ
While fields and floods, rocks, hills and plains
Repeat the sounding joy
Repeat the sounding joy”

Jordan turns in a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining cover of the beloved Christmas song. Jordan leaves his mark on the track, making it his own. 

He does change the song quite a bit, adding verses to the original version. However, what Jordan adds only helps to enhance the meaning and intent of the original. Anyone who was a big fan of the original “Joy to the World” will still love and appreciate Jordan’s updated version of the Christmas classic.

In addition to the outstanding vocals Jordan provides, the official music video for the tune is a feast for the eyes. The video is a series of sweepingly beautiful shots of jaw-dropping landscapes. 

Isaiah 9:6 “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonder, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace.”

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