Cimorelli Siblings Give A Different Twist To Their Cover Of ‘How Great Thou Art’

These siblings gave another song their ‘Cimorelli twist’. This time, they sang their cover of ‘How Great Thou Art’ with a new member.

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The Cimorelli siblings are from El Dorado Hills, California. These siblings were gifted with beautiful voices which could hit the highest notes. They are not just into singing but are into songwriting as well. Its current singing group consists of Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, and Lauren. But, it’s a welcome treat to hear their 16-year-old brother join them in their cover of “How Great Thou Art”.

The group released several albums and had won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Web Star last 2013. They are used to singing Acapella style. One can distinctly hear the variation in their voices. They create a wonderful harmony as their voices perfectly blend. For this song, they belted out the high notes, and yet, control was evident.

These are just several lines from the song:
Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art

Carl Boberg, a Swedish preacher, wrote these lyrics. He was able to write this after witnessing a midday thunderstorm. He was awed by God’s majestic power as displayed by the “awe-inspiring moments of flashing violence, followed by the clear, brilliant sun. Soon afterward he heard the calm, sweet songs of the birds in nearby trees,” an article from stated.

These bouts of nature inspired him to write this song. He was in awe of the God who created all of those. One can’t help but admire the One who created heaven and earth. Everything points us to a powerful, loving God who sustains all beings without fail. This is a reminder that we can cast our cares unto Him. He is the only One who can take care of everything–matters big and small.

“‘Ah, Lord God! It is you who have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and by your outstretched arm! Nothing is too hard for you.”  Jeremiah 32:17

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