Music Review- Anthem Lights and Selah: Doxology

As music week comes to a close, the spotlight falls on one of the greatest pairings of all time. Anthem Lights partners with the Christian band Selah to sing an incredible rendition of the famous hymn: The Doxology.

Hymns are some of the greatest songs written about Christianity and the faith. With the combined seven voices of Selah and Anthem Lights, they perform an incredible A Capella version of The Doxology. It is a beautiful tribute to the epic song and what it means to believe in the Gospel.

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