‘How Great Thou Art’ Chilling Brothers of the Heart Performance
An unbelievably talented group of musicians – Brothers of the Heart – once again have displayed their God-given gift for sound with a performance of a beloved and classic hymn, “How Great Thou Art.”
Hymns, even though they may be hundreds of years old in some cases, still deserve to be listened to and played regularly. Tunes like “Great is Thy Faithfulness,” “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” and “Amazing Grace” are timeless and filled with so much truth.
Another of those classic hymns is “How Great Thou Art.” In a clip posted on YouTube, Brothers of the Heart turned in an outstanding and awe-inspiring vocal performance, singing about the magnificence, righteousness, and wonder of the good Lord above.
Others who commented on the YouTube link mentioned how much they loved and appreciated the group’s performance of “How Great Thou Art.”
“Absolutely precious and love this group, Brothers of the Heart,” one person wrote.
“Absolutely beautiful. You can feel the presents (sic) of the Lord,” a second individual added.
“They love and believe in the words of this song. Truly inspirational. I love these magnificent men so much. It brings tears to my eyes listening to these beautiful men sing this beautiful hymn!!” another person commented.
The hymn reminds listeners about God’s undeserving love and mercy. He sent His son to Earth, whose destiny was the cross. But instead of turning away from that agony and torture, Christ willingly went to the cross, bleeding and dying to wash away the sins of man.
“Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art”
The hymn’s chorus is simple but utterly beautiful and memorable. Christ, because of His sacrifice, dying, and suffering on our behalf, is worthy of all honor, glory, and praise.
How great thou art, indeed!
Revelation 4:11: “You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power: for you have created all things, and for your pleasure they are and were created.”