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Samoan Firefighters Sing Beautiful Hymn In The Wilderness

Samoan Hotshot fire crew is used to marching through the forest. Recently, their favorite pastime was caught on camera and now it’s going totally viral online.

Not only they are brave firefighters, they’re also talented singers. When they are on move, they love to belt out powerful Samoan hymns.

According to some people the song in the video below is “What A Friend We Have In Jesus,” the tune is actually “Fa’afetai i le Atua.” This classic Samoan hymn is popular amongst Samoan people and it all has to do with praising God for all that he has given them.

The introduction (very) loosely translates to: “Thank God/that we grow/when he was free/to all of us.” The lyrics then go on to thank the Son of God for coming down from the Heavens and His soul for bringing successes to their lives.

Their job is risky and these brave forest firefighters know that. But the firefighters also know that they have God to thank for keeping them safe in dangerous situations.

That’s why they sing to the Heavens and praise Him while trekking to their next location. It’s a beautiful sound to hear, echoing throughout the forest.

It takes a lot of courage to run into the face of danger to help others – and with God on their side, they know that they will be protected. Not only are their souls strong, but their voices are absolutely amazing!

They go through a four-week training before they’re allowed to traipse through the forest together. They develop quite a significant bond together because of their life-saving mission.

Watch the video here:

Photo: faithtap





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