Flash Mob! Unsuspecting Food Court
Surprised by Hallelujah Chorus
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This Christian video is of a flash mob
of Christians singing the original Hallelujah Chorus found in the
opera called "Messiah" by
Handel. The audience got a nice surprise when random strangers joined
together in harmony to sing of Christ's reign.
For over 200 years, it has been
tradition to stand up during this Hallelujah chorus, which originates
from the first performance in London. King George II reportedly was
so motivated by the song that he stood during it, causing everyone
else to stand because it was expected whenever the king rose for
everyone else to do so as well.
The song speaks of God's supreme power
and Christ's reign as the king. Much of the chorus originates from
scriptures such as Revelation 19:16 WEB, "He has on his garment
and on his thigh a name written, "KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF
Also, Exodus 15:18 WEB, "Yahweh
shall reign forever and ever."
One of the primary beliefs of
Christians is that while Jesus is God's son, he is simultaneously
God. Read more about the proof that Jesus Christ is God.