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Chris And Alan Singing ‘There’s A New Kid In Town

Chris Young & Alan Jackson Singing ‘There’s A New Kid In Town

They lit  the CMA’s Country Christmas stage with a beautiful performance of “There’s a New Kid in Town.”


The modern star and classic star united on the Grand Ole Opry stage to deliver a poignant rendition of the iconic Christmas song. With their voices complementing one another gracefully, Young and Jackson traded off vocals before harmonizing together on the chorus. Backed by a beautiful holiday themed set of sparkling Christmas trees and an equally mesmerizing orchestra, their version of “There’s a New Kid in Town” was both classic and understated, with Young showing off his impressive chops while Jackson proved why he is so loved by fans and such a staple in the genre.

“There’s a new kid in town / And he’s lying in a manger down the road / There’s a new kid in town / But he’s just another baby I suppose / Heaven knows / There’s a new kid in town / Here in Bethlehem,” the two sing in harmony in the clip above, bringing a host of holiday spirit to the Christmas special.

Young and Jackson’s collaboration was just one of many lovely performances to take place during the 2017 installment of the holiday special, filmed at the famed Opry house in Nashville.

Luke Bryan delivered a strong rendition of “O Holy Night,” while host Reba McEntire and Little Big Town joined forces for a harrowing version of “Mary, Did You Know?” Lady Antebellum, Trisha Yearwood, Brett Eldredge and Kelsea Ballerini also sang holiday classics such as “White Christmas,” “Silver Bells,” “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” and more.

 – TasteOfCountry

Christmas Inspiration With Rhonnie Scheuerman


“Rhonnie Scheuerman’s Christmas Time Inspiration For All In Need This Morning”


How to Accomplish Great Things

When I heard these things, I sat down and wept.

For days I mourned and fasted and prayed before the God of heaven. Nehemiah 1:4

In spite of impossible odds and implacable enemies, Nehemiah rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem in just fifty-two days. It was an incredible accomplishment! And he wasn’t even a builder; he was a waiter in the palace of King Artaxerxes, a heathen monarch. Robert Goddard says, ‘It’s difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow.’ So before you say, ‘It can’t be done,’ or ‘I don’t have the qualifications,’ examine Nehemiah’s story. The first lesson we learn is: you must find a need that moves you. ‘They said to me… “The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned with fire.” When I heard these things, I sat down and wept. For some days I mourned…fasted and prayed before…God…’ (vv. 3-4). And what did Nehemiah fast and pray for? ‘…Give your servant success…’ (v. 11). When you find a need that moves you to tears and causes you to say, ‘Something must be done about this!’ the chances are that God’s calling you to do something about it. You may be a leader like Nehemiah, or you may simply be like one of the followers who helped him. Either way, when God stirs your heart about a need, He’s calling you to get involved and take action. If you’re willing to say ‘Yes!’, He will place the resources of heaven at your disposal. When your heart says, ‘This is what I was born to do,’ you may have found your life’s vision.

Heavenly Father,

help me really know that all things are possible because of You.

In Jesus’ Name, Amen


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