'Mary Did You Know?' By Father-Daughter Duo Adrian And Emma-Jean

Listen to this beautiful father-daughter rendition of ‘Mary Did You Know?’ by Adrian and Emma-Jean Galliard.

“Mary, did you know that your baby boy would one day walk on water?
Mary, did you know that your baby boy would save our sons and daughters?
Did you know that your baby boy has come to make you new,
This Child that you delivered will soon deliver you?”

There’s no doubt that ‘Mary Did You Know’ is one of the most popular modern Christmas songs. And it took over 7 years for Mark Lowry, the songwriter, to perfect the lyrics to this song.

Adrian and Emma-Jean Galliard did such a great job covering it! They have such beautiful vocals and harmonies all throughout the song.

“We love Christmas, and this is one of our favorite Christmas songs,” writes Adrian on their YouTube page. “Originally sung by Buddy Greene, it has been covered by a number of our favorite artists, including Pentatonix. We hope you enjoy it as we move into the Christmas season.”

The talented father-daughter duo performs regularly at corporate and charity events as well as at their home in Johannesburg, South Africa when they host parties for family and friends.

“You two are so beautiful,” writes one person on YouTube after watching the video. “What a blessing it is to listen to your music. It’s truly a gift from God, like the baby you sang about was.”

“Spectacular. God has truly blessed both of you,” comments another person online. “And lucky us who get to watch and listen to you, the sound of Angles! Magnificent.”

We hope that you enjoyed listening to this popular Christmas song today!

Isaiah 7:14
“Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.”
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