Thousands of People in Times Square Erupt in Song, and it’s Beautiful

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Matt Redman is one of the most influential recording artists in contemporary Christian music today. He’s written dozens of the most beloved songs in the Christian community over the last two decades, and he recently had the opportunity to sing one his biggest hits in the middle of Times Square. Watch below as Matt Redman sings his hit song “10,000 Reasons” live in Times Square, New York with several thousand folks in accompaniment.

It’s a tremendous sight to watch as hundreds sing and lift their hands in worship at the center of the most important city in the world. It’s a reminder that the Christian faith is unique in both its physical makeup and in its philosophical core. Christianity is different from every other world religion, and this video is a beautiful reminder of that fact…

Matt Redman, “10,000 Reasons” live in Times Square, New York, New York.

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