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WATCH: Fast-food worship session goes viral

by Eno Adeogun

The singers from all over the world were attending a Christian conference and decided to showcase their singing skills Chick-fil-A nearby.

While the harmony-packed rendition of gospel artist Hezekiah Walker's "Every Praise" begins with four people singing, by the end of the song many people are seen on their singing and filling the room with applause.


Many people took to the Facebook post of the singing uploaded by one of the custmores to praise both the singing and God.


Gwendolyn Williams commented: "Hallelujah!! To God be the Glory."

Colita K Williamson responded and said: "How awesome!!!!!!! Let us all PRAISE OUR GOD!!!!!!!"

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