Hallelujah!! Mt. Roubidoux Church Choir Posted Mar 23, 2016, by D Kovacs Here’s a Hallelujah Chorus that will knock your socks off–performed by the Mt. Roubidoux Seventh-day Adventist Church Choir. 3 News Comments: 3 Dwayne V. Turner25 March 2016 at 8:44 pm Rather than such videos “knocking my socks off”, it makes me want to put on sackcloth and ashes. I am a ardent researcher of the prophecies and related events and I see this as a fulfillment of such prophecies as found in II Selected Message pg. 36 and Messages to Young People pg. 295. When this same choir entered the Verizon “How Sweet The Sound” LA Regional Choir Contest they were exposed by Marvin Sapp for being different than what he expected from Adventists. His way of putting it was very strong. Watch from 8:16 on the counter at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmYF-0fdzik Also see the same contest judge expressed the same sentiments at the finals of Verizon How Sweet The Sound in Atlanta. Watch from 7:48 on the counter at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eDZYd2Uqeg Also listen to the comments made by the MC at 7:05 on the same video. Or how about this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMp5nB568P8 in which they are taken into pure pentecostal holy dance. Also see what the judges had to say when, a year later, the Kingsboro Temple SDA Choir entered the same contest. Hear what they had to say from 5:03 on the counter at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5z3bFMf7Gg Is it a coincidence that at these four functions the judges highlighted their expectations of us vs. what they heard? No! These are not moments to be proud of; but rather to lament. Losing our identity is the worse thing that can happen to us. syzygy25 March 2016 at 9:23 pm With some things, it’s hard to improve on the original. Debbonnaire Kovacs30 March 2016 at 1:35 pm For myself, I love the original Handel’s Messiah, but I find variety is more than the spice of life, but a necessity. I enjoy the energy and excitement of this version, and love to see people praising God in any style. Comments are closed.