'Where the Soul Never Dies' The Oak Ridge Boys Live Performance

'Where the Soul Never Dies' The Oak Ridge Boys Live Performance

Praise the Lord as The Oak Ridge Boys perform the classic hymn ‘Where The Soul Never Dies.’ The song was written by William Matthew Golden, most likely during his 8-year stint in prison. Over a 100 years later, countless artists have put their own spin on the iconic tune including Ricky Skaggs and Willie Nelson.

The words remind us that there is hope in the Name of the Lord and we will all be reunited with our Father in Heaven, one glorious day.

“To Canaan's land, I'm on my way
Where the soul of man never dies
My darkest night will turn to day
Where the soul of man never dies”

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 tenor, William Lee Golden with his baritone voice, and Richard Sterban singing deep bass. They all joined the group at different times, but this particular lineup of men have been together since 1973.

Today, we’re taking a look back at one of the group’s classic performances as they belt out the iconic words to ‘Where The Soul Never Dies.’

“No sad farewells (Dear friends there'll be no sad farewells)
No tear dimmed eyes (There'll be no tear dimmed eyes.)
Where all is love (Where all is peace and joy and love)
And the soul never dies (And the soul of man never dies)”

Romans 10:9 “That if you shall confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus, and shall believe in your heart that God has raised him from the dead, you shall be saved.”

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