Royal Family Sings 'The Lord Is My Shepherd' During the Queen's Funeral

Royal Family Sings 'The Lord Is My Shepherd' During the Queen's Funeral

It was an emotional day learning of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing. In this video, the royal family sings, “The Lord is My Shepherd,” during the queen’s funeral.

It is encouraging to see royalty and national leaders all singing to the King of kings. In this clip, we see the royal family singing at the funeral service for the queen.

Standing in the ornate sanctuary, people everywhere wearing black and paying their respects to the Queen, who is laid to rest in her dignified coffin. There are clips zooming in on specific family members as they sing. Most appear to be familiar with the song and are singing along.

There is a stunning clip from the top of the sanctuary scaling down, revealing the beauty in the architecture of the chapel. Then, the camera zooms in on her beautiful crown and jewels laid on her coffin.

It is precious seeing Prince William and his family singing along. Little George appears so sincere in his worship. There are gorgeous flowers laid out on the late monarch’s casket with pink and red blooms.

This is a moment of holiness and reverence captured on film. We are able to get a look into the service honoring the life of the queen and ultimately giving glory to God.

I am certain this hymn brought great comfort to loved ones knowing that Queen Elizabeth II is now with her Good Shepherd. This hymn was composed by Francois Rous and is a Scripture song coming from Psalm 23.

“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.  He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters.  He restores my soul. He leads me in paths of righteousness for his name's sake.” Psalm 23:1-3

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