'But For The Grace Of God' Bill Gaither Live Worship Performance

Check out this live worship performance of Bill Gaither singing 'But For The Grace Of God.'

“The tramp on the street, homeless and weak, could be I but for the grace of God
The steel of my soul would have weakened and bent, had I traveled the highways he's trod
Oh merciful Father Oh wonderful God, Thy hands have spared me these things
May my heart know compassion as a child when she holds a bird with a broken wing
Oh Lord make me strong, not to boast of my strength, but to lend it to the weak and downtrod
May I always remember things dear to my heart are mine to hold only by the grace of God”

What an amazing and touching song. As Bill Gaither is performing this song live at the Gaither Studios in Alexandria, IN, a handful of people from The Gaither Vocal Band are surrounding the piano and really taking in the words of the song. Many even have tears in their eyes.

“What a song. What a song,” Bill Gaither says after he finishes singing 'But For The Grace Of God.'

And many people shared online about how this song touched them.

“This is so true. If not for the grace of God I would not be here,” writes one person on YouTube after watching the music video. “Forever grateful for His love and grace that is sufficient for me.”

“Wow, this was beautiful. So much comfort in this song. Thank you Lord for your grace,” comments another person online.

The concept of grace is one of the most crucial and impactful concepts in the Christian faith, and we hope that this song helped remind you of that today.

Ephesians 2:8-9
God saved you by his grace when you believed. And you can’t take credit for this; it is a gift from God. Salvation is not a reward for the good things we have done, so none of us can boast about it.

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