‘Mary Did You Know’ Beautiful Christmas Cover By Don Moen and Friends

Accompanied by the solemn sound of the piano and sweet melody of the succeeding guitar solo, Don Moen glorifies God with friends as the sing ‘Mary Did you know’ in a beautiful worship and magnifies the name of Jesus Christ.


The song ‘Mary did you know’ was written in 1984 by Mark Lowry and the tune was composed in 1991 by Buddy Greene. This popular Christmas song is written in a rhetorical style of lyrics, addressing Mary, the mother of Jesus if she ever realized or even fathom the divinity of the baby she had given birth to.

“I just tried to put into words the unfathomable. I started thinking of the questions I would have for her if I were to sit down & have coffee with Mary. You know, “What was it like raising God?” “What did you know?” “What didn’t you know?” Mark had remarked.

Mary, did you know
That your Baby Boy would one day walk on water?
Mary, did you know
That your Baby Boy would save our sons and daughters?
Did you know
That your Baby Boy has come to make you new?
This Child that you delivered will soon deliver you

Mary, did you know
That your Baby Boy will give sight to a blind man?
Mary, did you know
That your Baby Boy will calm the storm with His hand?
Did you know
That your Baby Boy has walked where angels trod?
When you kiss your little Baby you kissed the face of God?

The poetic song invites the listeners to contemplate upon the relationship Mary would have had with her newborn son, born from the divine intervention of God. She knew Jesus was special, but her previous experiences and faith in God could not have possibly prepared her to witness all that would have unfold in the course of Jesus’s 33 years on earth.

The blind man received his sight, the deaf did hear, the lame man, leaped, the dumb, spoke and even the dead was risen from the grave. They all glorified Jesus. None of the people, including Mary, was prepared to witness, such as the power of God working through the person of Jesus Christ, nor could they have fathom His greatness.