Siblings' Emotional Rendition of 'Give Thanks'

In a heartwarming display of faith and family, siblings from the Asidor family perform an emotional rendition of ‘Give Thanks.’ This Christian family from the Philippines has been sharing God's love and the gospel through their music since 1996, traveling across the country to perform at churches, Christian gatherings, crusades, and various events.

The Asidor family's passion for worship is deeply rooted in a vision experienced by their father, M. Asidor Sr., during his teenage years. He dreamt of angels singing in heaven, and those angels turned out to be his own children. 

Their rendition of ‘Give Thanks’ is a touching reminder of the power of gratitude and faith. As the siblings, three young girls and one boy, sing the powerful lyrics:

‘Give thanks with a grateful heart

Give thanks to the Holy One

Give thanks because He's given

Jesus Christ His Son’

Their harmonies resonate with the depth of their devotion. The chorus, filled with hope and assurance, echoes their belief in God's providence:

‘And now let the weak say I am strong

Let the poor say I am rich

Because of what the Lord has done for us

And now let the weak say I am strong

Let the poor say I am rich

Because of what the Lord has done for us’

The Asidors' performance is more than just a musical act; it is a testimony of their unwavering faith and dedication to spreading the gospel. Their father’s dream of angelic voices has come true, and through their singing, they bring a piece of heaven to earth.

The family's journey and shared mission have strengthened their faith and touched the hearts of many who have had the privilege of hearing them sing. The Asidors remind us of the importance of giving thanks and recognizing the blessings we have received, encouraging us to find strength and richness in God's love. We hope you enjoyed this delightful music video!

1 Thessalonians 5:18 "Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus."

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