Blind Boy With Autism Christopher Duffley Sings 'Good Good Father'

In this wonderful worship video, Christopher Duffley, who is a blind boy with autism, sings ‘Good Good Father’ at Northland Church.

“I've heard a thousand stories of what they think you're like, but I've heard the tender whispers of love in the dead of night, and you tell me that you're pleased and that I'm never alone
You're a good good father, it's who you are, it's who you are, it's who you are
And I'm loved by you, it's who I am, it's who I am, it's who I am”

What an incredible time of worship led by Christopher Duffley. This boy is talented!

“I'm sorry, as soon as he starts singing, I start crying. Christopher, God has given you His blessing to reach out to us,” comments one person on YouTube after watching this video. “Thank you so much!”

“Our Father is so good! Thank you, Christopher. I’m so blessed! I will be playing this video over and over,” writes another person on YouTube.

Christopher is a passionate singer and musician whose goal is to share God's love through his inspirational singing and dynamic presentations. He was born prematurely, weighing only 1 lb 12 oz at birth, and was rendered blind due to Retinopathy of Prematurity.

Christopher sang even before he ever held a conversation. He discovered what a microphone was at four years old and sang along with a worship team during a disaster relief ministry called Eight Days of Hope. Christopher now has two albums out and sings Christian and inspirational songs at different churches and ministry events.

We hope that you enjoyed this inspirational version of ‘Good Good Father’ performed by Christopher Duffley, and the song was able to uplift your spirits today!

2 Corinthians 12:10
That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.

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