A Venezuelan Mormon introduced me to the music of Elenyi. I read that Elenyi is a female Pop singing group which just happens to be comprised of three talented teenage sisters (two of whom were born in Chile) – Seli, Desi, and Ari and they happen to be much better looking than you and I. Then it’s said they are Latter Day Saints musicians, which is a Mormon Church.
“Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” is a Christian hymn written by the pastor and hymnologist Robert Robinson, who penned the words in the year 1758 at the age of 22. The lyrics, which dwell on the theme of divine grace, are based on 1 Samuel 7:12, in which the prophet Samuel raises a stone as a monument, saying, “Hitherto hath the Lord helped us” (KJV). The English transliteration of the name Samuel gives to the stone is Ebenezer, meaning Stone of Help. The unusual word Ebenezer commonly appears in hymnal presentations of the lyrics (verse 2).
I like this viewers comment of the video below:
Whoever reading this, God knows what you are facing through, He heard your cry, He is going to deliver you Just trust in him. Amen