The Isaacs Perform Live Rendition Of 'Good Good Father'

Listen to The Isaacs beautifully perform the song 'Good Good Father.'

“Oh, I’ve heard a thousand stories of what they think You’re like
But I’ve heard the tender whisper of love in the dead of night
And You tell me that You’re pleased and that I’m never alone
You’re a good good Father, it’s who You are, it’s who You are, it’s who You are
And I’m loved by You, it’s who I am, it’s who I am, it’s who I am”

What a beautiful rendition of this song, made popular by Chris Tomlin. The Isaacs’s version of ‘Good Good Father’ is full of hope and passion for the Lord, and the harmonies throughout the song were absolutely wonderful!

“Nice to know that Father God stays the same and loves us,” reads the caption of the video on YouTube.

The Isaacs are the people singing in this video, and their group is from Hendersonville, TN. They have been singing together for 35 years.

According to their website, The Isaacs have “a unique style that blends tight family harmony with contemporary acoustic instrumentation that appeals to a variety of audiences.  Their musical style has been influenced by many genres of music including bluegrass, rhythm and blues, folk, and country, contemporary, acoustic, and southern gospel.”

The group are active members on the Gaither Homecoming Videos and Concert Series, and they perform frequently at the Grand Ole Opry. They have also won over 7 Dove Awards in various categories and have had several Grammy nominations during their career.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to The Issacs sing 'Good Good Father' and it was able to bring you some encouragement today.

I John 3:1
See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!


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