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Selected Of God

Source: NBC Universal / Promotional

It’s rare that a choir ever makes it on to a talent show. This season America’s Got Talent has one in the finals.They are called Selected Of God. The Detroit choir competed in Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound choir competition.  They were in the  Chrysler 200 Superbowl XLV commercial with Eminem about Detroit.  Well, they have one more hurdle to jump. 

They sang  a shattering rendition of “Impossible” by Shontelle

Watch the below amazing performance:

Although they are honored by these affiliations and blessings  they don’t want to be put in a box. It has been clear in each performance. They say:

We have the freedom to sing songs about Christ that will change lives. The group challenges the

standard views of Gospel music, saying that their “church swag” brings a youthful, vibrant feel to Christianity. We take the Word [of God] which never changes and fit it into a world that’s ever-changing. For those who don’t understand it, that’s called evolution.”

What do you think? Did you vote for them?

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America’s Got Talent’s Best Choir Moment Ever: Selected Of God Sings “Impossible” [VIDEO] was originally published on elev8.com

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One thought on “America’s Got Talent’s Best Choir Moment Ever: Selected Of God Sings “Impossible” [VIDEO]

  1. I heard them when they auditioned, and they were off the chain. They seemed to be a little off their game with this performance. It wasn’t terrible, but kind of boring. And the soloists sounded a bit off. I wasn’t surprised that they didn’t make it to the next round.

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