On this fifth Sunday of Easter, a gentle song of gratitude seemed appropriate. Sisters, Cassandra and Callahan Star, released a version of the contemporary song Hallelujah which they entitled An Easter Hallelujah. The original version was made popular by Leonard Cohen in 2014. The Star’s version recalls the events of Jesus’s death on the cross and his resurrection. The word hallelujah is a translation of the Hebrew word for expressing gratitude and adoration. Consider your own sense of gratitude and adoration as you watch this video.
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