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Lauren Daigle Worships on ‘Ellen Show’ During Stunning Performance

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Christian singer Lauren Daigle performed her stunning new track “Sill Rolling Stones” on “The Ellen Show” Wednesday, and boy did she nail it.


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Christian singer Lauren Daigle performed her stunning new track “Sill Rolling Stones” on “The Ellen Show” Wednesday, and boy did she nail it. With her signature vocal talent that has been compared to the likes of Adele and Amy Winehouse, Daigle’s voice soared as she declared some wondrous truths about her faith.

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Just take a minute to read through these magnificent and truth-soaked lyrics:

“Out of the shadows
Bound for the gallows
A dead man walking
Till love came calling

Six feet under
I thought it was over
An answer to prayer
The voice of a Savior

All at once I came alive
This beating heart, these open eyes
The grave let go
The darkness should have known

Now that You saved me
I sing ’cause You gave me
A song of revival
I put it on vinyl

I once was blinded
But now I see it
I heard about the power
And now I believe it”

One thing is for sure, Lauren’s faith did not go unnoticed during her performance. Billboard reviewed her performance with beautiful honesty: “The hard-hitting piano chords drive the song into the bridge, a quiet moment in which Daigle reflects on the forgiveness and grace of her Christian faith, noted Brooke Bajgrowicz. Spot on.

Following the performance, which resembled something of a  nationally-televised worship session, Ellen gifted every person in the audience a copy of Lauren’s latest record, “Look Up Child.”

The album, released on September 7 of this year, includes tracks entitled “Losing My Religion,” “Rescue” and “Turn My Eyes Upon Jesus.”

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Fans responded to Lauren’s TV appearance with absolute delight. “This is huge for Christians everywhere!” one person posted to Daigle’s Facebook page. “We are going into the world and preaching the Gospel! You are living testimony of what Jesus says to do and I am thrilled.”

“Let’s go Lauren!!!!!” another person responded on Twitter. “Representing love and Jesus in mainstream. Mad respect.”

We second that.