'How Beautiful Heaven Must Be' The Gaither Vocal Band

Check out this video of the Gaither Vocal Band performing the song 'How Beautiful Heaven Must Be.'

“We read of a place that's called Heaven, it's made for the pure and the free
These truths in God's word He has given, how beautiful Heaven must be
The angels so sweetly are singing, betrayals and failures destroyed
All pain and all suffering forgotten, and all tears will be turned into joy”

What an incredible song, and what amazing voices! The Gaither Vocal band is singing 'How Beautiful Heaven Must Be' at the Gaither Studios in Alexandria, IN.

The wonderful harmonies are added in during the second verse of the song, and the blend of the voices together sound just heavenly. Then there is a harmonica added later in the song that adds such a nice touch to the rest of the music.

The lyrics flash across the screen so that you can sing and worship along. And what beautiful lyrics they are! They really help to remind us of our eternal home and fill us with so much joy and hope.

“As I type this, with eyes pouring tears -- we are so blessed to have such beautiful, anointed talent, to share such a vivid vision of our prepared home. Bless you guys,” comments one person online after watching the video.

“You can feel the music right through the screen, what a blessing!” writes another person on YouTube.

Heaven really will be so beautiful, and what an incredible gift that we are given that we get to call it home one day. One day, we will be there alongside Jesus where there will be no more brokenness or sadness.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to 'How Beautiful Heaven Must Be' by the Gaither Vocal Band today and it was able to give you some encouragement!


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