She returns to the stage, displaying even more power and strength in her vocals. It’s evident that she is leading up to a grand finale, her mesmerizing voice effortlessly carrying the song. By the end, she showcases the full extent of her incredible vocal range, earning applause from the audience long before the song concludes.

The duo continues their captivating performance until the climactic finale, where Underwood delivers the high notes acapella, demonstrating the sheer power of her voice.

The audience is completely captivated, offering a standing ovation and continuous applause, some moved to tears. Having shared this extraordinary experience, Underwood and Gill embrace once the song reaches its conclusion.

Originally recorded by Carrie Underwood in 2008 for the compilation album “How Great Thou Art: Gospel Favorites From the Grand Ole Opry,” the collection featured other artists such as Patty Loveless with “Precious Memories,” Alan Jackson’s “Blessed Assurance,” Dierks Bentley with “House of Gold,” and Brad Paisley’s rendition of “The Old Rugged Cross.”

Following Underwood and Gill’s astounding performance, the original recording of the song surged to the top of the iTunes Top Gospel Song and Top 40 charts, claiming the number one spot. Undoubtedly deserving, their performance is one that will be cherished and revisited time and again

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