People From 50 Countries Affected By COVID-19 Sing Virtual Rendition Of ‘Amazing Grace’

Representatives of 50 countries affected by the novel coronavirus came together to sing a beautiful rendition of ‘Amazing Grace.’


The Normal Christian Life, a non-profit aiming to equip Christians to imitate Christ, partnered with GO 2020, a special edition of GLOBAL OUTREACH DAY, for a heartfelt production.

The representatives of the 50 countries filmed themselves singing “Amazing Grace” in their own languages and the individual video clips were then put together to create a single video which touched people’s lives everywhere.

A total of hundred people remotely worked on this project from the USA, Italy, Brazil, Spain, India, Mozambique, Lebanon, UAE, Egypt, Israel, and 40 more countries joined together in unity for this heartwarming project.

At the end of the video there is a powerful message of the Gospel that needed to be heard by everyone during this difficult time.

“So much has changed in our world lately. So much loss has caused many to realize how fragile our lives are. But the Amazing Grace and love of Jesus are stronger than life and death itself. Wherever you are, call on the name of Jesus. Don’t wait another day.”

The video was uploaded on YouTube on May 26, four days before the Global Outreach day, was viewed by hundreds of thousands of people.

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Margaret Herring

This is one we all need to listen too

Bonnie Johnson

This made me cry—-to see nations where you’re not allowed to worship Jesus—-and they are singing His praises–wow! God bless them and may everyone come to know the Lord personally!

Eileen Murray

This touched my heart hearing all the nations sing together Amazing Grace! So very special and touching to those of us in the United States who don’t realize how much we do have! We are so blessed in so many ways every day! Thank You Lord Jesus! My blessings are many and I am so grateful to You Our Father in Heaven Hallowed be The Name! Amen!

Verse of the Day

Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. — Romans 5:3-4 (NIV)


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