‘Just A Closer Walk With Thee’ 2 Guys Sing Duet With Incredible Harmonies

This amazing version of the classic hymn ‘Just A Closer Walk With Thee’ will leave you completely speechless. 

“I am weak, but thou art strong; Jesus, keep me from all wrong;
I’ll be satisfied as long as I walk, let me walk close to thee.
Just a closer walk with thee, grant it, Jesus, is my plea,
Daily walking close to thee: let it be, dear Lord, let it be.”

The two men singing in the video are doing a duet, and their harmonies are incredible. Plus, you can see how much heart they put into their worship all over their faces! They really are both quite talented.

During the song, the two guys are playing on the guitar and the banjo. And their simple rendition of ‘Just A Closer Walk With Thee’ is so beautiful and really captures the meaning of this traditional gospel song.

Although the origins of the gospel song ‘Just a Closer Walk with Thee’ are unknown, the song has remained popular and has been performed and recorded by many artists over the years. Some of those artists include Tennessee Ernie Ford, Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Dylan, and Johnny Cash.

The title and lyrics of the song allude to the Biblical passage from 2 Corinthians 5:7 which states, "We walk by faith, not by sight" and James 4:8, “Come close to God, and God will come close to you. Wash your hands, you sinners; purify your hearts, for your loyalty is divided between God and the world.”

This song reminds us how, when we walk close to Jesus and rely on him, we can feel secure and strong. Nothing can defeat us with God on our side. He is our rock and firm foundation.

We hope that you enjoyed this rendition of ‘Just A Closer Walk With Thee’ today and it was able to encourage you and lift up your spirits!

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