She Began Singing "Amazing Grace." When They All Join In Everyone Got Goosebumps

It's not uncommon to feel a powerful presence when you head into church each week, but when this A Capella group takes the stage, we are all left with goosebumps.

Six young people, known as "Won by One" pour their hearts into this rendition of Amazing Grace without the help of instruments. Their heavenly voices carry through the building as they sing about God's grace at the Riverside County Church of Christ in both harmony and with passion.

They have wonderful control over their voices, carrying delicate parts of the song with precision. When the whole group joins in, they belt out all the harmony you expect from the song and the missing instruments go unnoticed.

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The hymn "Amazing Grace" was originally written in 1772 by John Newton.

It was later revised by Chris Tomlin with the addition of the words "My chains are gone, I've been set free, my God, my Savior has ransomed me, and like a flood His mercy reigns, unending love, amazing grace."

Won By One was able to capture the idea of grace through their song with their heavenly voices and I think they did that perfectly!