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September 13

Alan Jackson’s “Amazing Grace” Can Change the Course of Your Life

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“Amazing Grace,” without a doubt, can change the course of your life as it changed the authors’. Also, it brings different races, colors, and creeds closer since it defines to unite everyone. A Christian hymn that has the power to transform you into a better person, it transcends differences and division. Let us all be empowered through the version of Alan Jackson to the hymn of the people “Amazing Grace.”

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“Amazing Grace” and the story behind it, hopefully, inspire people to change. This should be a reminder to everyone that life is better with a purpose. A purpose to be good, useful, and be kind. Let God guide you and use him as an instrument to be a better person.

Amazing Grace…

John Newton, an English poet, and a clergyman wrote the words and lyrics of “Amazing Grace.” The hymn was published in 1779. It has been centuries since its publication. Nevertheless, it’s the most played and performed Christian Gospel hymn of all time.

Tons of songs can embrace you. Whether you know the lyrics or not or it’s just lingering with the melody, it can make you feel better. It pricked a feeling of being home and especially close to God.

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Yes, “Amazing Grace” transcends race, color, and creed. It is more appealing and convincing depending whose voice sings it. But, one of the best renditions of the hymn is from the one and only Alan Jackson. It is impossible not to love his voice. His interpretation took our hearts to new heights.

Be it a time of need, of passing or of praise, “Amazing Grace” has been the song for hundreds of millions of people all over the world for more than two centuries. Thankfully, we now have Alan Jackson’s version to warm our hearts for many years to come.

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