Woman In Empty Grain Bin Sings Breathtaking Rendition Of ‘How Great Thou Art’

Singing is a God given talent and for Jenny Mann, it is the only way to spread God’s among her friends, family and the whole world.

Mann is from Ider, Alabama, and she has chosen to sing her heart out in- an empty grain bin.

how great thou art empty bin

This mom-of-three, who is also a substitute bus driver has given a performance which is becoming viral all across the world through the power of social media.

She has posted a video on Facebook which shows her singing the classic Christian hymn, ‘How Great Thou Art.’

Her vocals are breathtaking and inspiring and is well aided by the empty grain bin’s echoing acoustics.

Mann sang this song on the request of one of her friends, and soon transitioned into ‘God Bless America’ by the end of the video, which is why it is garnering more likes by the day.

By this time, the song was viewed over 2 million times and shared more than 39,000 times.

Watch: Jenny Mann sings breathtaking rendition of ‘How Great Thou Art’

“I posted the video for a friend of mine who loves the song, but never expected anything like the response I’ve received,” Mann said.

“I’m always singing in places with good acoustics, so this was nothing out of the ordinary for me.”

She is so excited by the response to her song that she says, “I’m excited, and I’m overwhelmed,” she said. “If this just reaches one person to share the love of Jesus, it was worth it.”

Mann added, “It is fun, but at the same time it is very humbling.”

Ms Mann Please continue singing wonderful songs like these for Jesus and continue to be a blessing for all your fans out there.

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Shirley

Outstanding,my moms favorite song,mom went home 9yrs ago. Thank you great way to start the New Year….God Bless

Etta

Beautiful!

william utsinger

you gave me goosebumps listening to your Christ honoring song thank you for this song that you sang. please more?

MK

SING IT JENNY!

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