Guess this woman found the perfect place to exhibit her prowess in singing. She sang ‘Amazing Grace’ passionately right in the heart of a canyon.
Capitol Reef National Park in Utah, Texas, is a famous tourist attraction for anyone searching for adventure. National Park Service described it as “a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges in the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) extending almost 100 miles.” Its canyon’s walls make excellent sounding boards.
This is the reason why this woman’s powerful voice reverberated as she sang several lines of ‘Amazing Grace.’ It seemed that the stage was set for a worshipper to lift her praises to God.
The woman’s desire to worship Him anywhere, anytime, is admirable. There’s no better way than to worship our Creator amid the beauty of His creation.
How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I’m found
Was blind, but now I see
‘Amazing Grace’ is a popular worship song written by John Newton in 1772. Newton used to be a slave and had been through a lot. It has been sung countless times and is one of the most beloved hymns worldwide.
My chains are gone
I’ve been set free
My God, my Savior has ransomed me
And like a flood, His mercy rains
Unending love, Amazing grace
My chains are gone, I’ve been set free–all of us were once slaves, slaves to sin. But Jesus set us all free through His death and resurrection. We are saved only because of His ‘Amazing Grace.’