'Hold To God's Unchanging Hand' The Oak Ridge Boys

The Oak Ridge Boys lead us in worship with the classic hymn ‘Hold To God's Unchanging Hand.’ These beautiful words remind us to trust in the Lord with all your heart.

“Time is filled with swift transition, mm, mm
None, none on earth unmoved can stand
Build your hopes on things eternal
And then hold, hold onto God's unchanging hand”

The Oak Ridge Boys are known for their unique blend of country music and gospel.

This iconic group consists of Duane Allen singing lead vocals, Joe Bonsall singing the tenor part, William Lee Golden with his baritone voice, and Richard Sterban singing the deep bass part.

They all joined the group at different times, but this lineup of men has been a part of the Oak Ridge Boys since 1973. Today, they’re praising the Lord with the powerful words of ‘Hold To God's Unchanging Hand.’

“Trust in Him, who will not leave you
What, whatsoever the years may bring
When your earthly friends forsake you
Still, still more closely to Him cling”

This may be a lesser known hymn, but it’s full of love and praise for our King. When we put our trust in Him, we are walking on a path filled with light and peace.

Psalm 37:4-6 “Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act. He will bring forth your righteousness as the light, and your justice as the noonday.”

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