A video showing a man singing his rendition of the “Lord’s Prayer” at the DC Capitol went viral. A few days after posting, it immediately received millions of views and blessed the hearts of its million viewers.
Nathan Kistler has been around the world, sharing his talent to sing about the Gospel of Jesus. He had shared stages with other anointed Christian artists and even went in front of the X Factor studio in LA. But, it was his first time singing at the rotunda of the DC Capitol.
He said in his Facebook post, “In the last almost 13 years that I’ve been here, I’ve never sung in the rotunda of the Capitol. I’ve always set it up for other singers to do so. Rep. Louie Gohmert asked if I would sing for him and the group, and I was honored to do so.”
Fortunately, his father, Dave Kistler, was able to grab his phone and record the powerful moment.
The two-minute video showed Nathan singing the Lord’s Prayer, declaring its message in the heart of America. Passersby could not help but stop in their tracks to check out the marvelous moment. Others were listening intently as if embracing each second.
Hope to the Hill
But, Nathan’s singing is part of their service in Hope to the Hill. Their ministry connects them to politicians as they build wonderful relationships that lead to opportunities to share the Gospel.
Hope to the Hill provides pastoral care, prayers, and encouragement to members of Congress. Nathan told CBN News, “So many members when you go into their office, say, ‘Well, what can I do for you today?’ And we just say we don’t want anything from you. We just want to know how we can pray for you. And it’s amazing to see members – I’ve had anything from they kind of shrug a little bit to crying because they’ve never had anybody come into their office and ask how they can pray for them.”
Reference: CBN News