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Leaning On The Everlasting Arms | Official Music Video | Redeemed Quartet #Video

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Redeemed Quartet presents the Official Music Video for their version of “Leaning On The Everlasting Arms”.

Have you known tremendous pain in your life? Do you bear the weight of rejection, loss, or the inability to be "good enough"? GOOD NEWS! There's a place of refuge in the everlasting arms of your Heavenly Father!

The Story Behind The Song:

Anthony Showalter was leading a singing school in an Alabama church in 1887. When he returned to his boardinghouse room one night, two letters awaited him. Both were from former students, and both men told of the recent loss of their wives. Mr. Showalter wrote back, seeking to comfort the young men in the midst of their grief.

But what to write? When he came to the end of each letter, he wanted to include a Bible verse. He picked Deuteronomy 33:27, “The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.”

He pondered the words of that verse as he penned them into the letters, and the lyrics of the chorus of "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" came to his mind. He wrote to his friend, Elisha Hoffman, explaining that he had a chor

Comments

  • Mary Added So refreshing! Thanks, Boys!
  • Peggy G Added Loved the joyful and spirited presentation!
  • BA Added Great music. Thanks Mel
  • Penny Added 2 sets of brothers
  • Peggy carlson u Added Nice work!!
  • Carolyn Added Great singing I just loved it there should be more of it ....
  • pickledclown@gmail.com Added i love the harmony. and I think a harpsicord?
  • Dolores Noll Added Great music. Are these guys brothers?
  • Kay Added AMEN we need more of this then the lies in social media
  • patrick flynn Added Damn nice!