Redeemed Quartet Heavenly Performance Of 'If We Never Meet Again'

Listen to this heavenly performance by the Redeemed Quartet of the song 'If We Never Meet Again.'

“Soon, we'll come to the end of life's journey

And perhaps, we'll never meet anymore

'Til we gather in heaven's bright city

Far away on that beautiful shore”

In this music video, the Redeemed Quartet does a great job singing all the different parts of the song and blending their voices. Their rendition of ‘If We Never Meet Again,’ is part of their 2023 album, Those Were The Days.

“If you’ve lost a loved one recently, this song is for you. Thank God we have hope that extends beyond the grave!” the group writes in the caption of their YouTube video.

Redeemed Quartet is a Southern Gospel Quartet made up of four best friends and brothers, and they use their music to bring hope and encouragement to young and old alike.

“Love these guys! Awesome, old-fashioned harmonizing with a beautiful classic gospel song! Keep making this great music!” comments one person on YouTube after watching the music video for ‘If We Never Meet Again.’

“Y’all just keep getting better through the years! Way to increase the talent our Master gave you!” writes another person online. “Listening to you here on YouTube may be the closest some people may have ever been to church…yet. Y’all are helping to build our Lord’s kingdom here on earth. May God bless you abundantly.”

As for the history of 'If We Never Meet Again,’ the song was written by Albert E. Brumley. He wrote over 800 songs including hits like ‘I’ll Fly Away,’ ‘I’ll Meet You In The Morning,’ and ‘He Set Me Free.’

We hope that you enjoyed listening to this wonderful rendition of 'If We Never Meet Again' from the talented members of Redeemed Quartet today!

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