2 Sets Of Brothers Sing ‘I’ve Never Been This Homesick Before’

The Redeemed Quartet is out with their latest song, their cover of “I’ve never been this homesick before.” People worldwide can’t help but compliment them for a job well done.


These four men are from Indiana and they share their love for Southern Gospel music with their audience. They are best buddies consisting of two sets of brothers. Their goal is to be the light in the darkness and to encourage the weary travelers through their music.

Ben Duncan, 22, is the lead singer, and his brother, Nate Duncan, 20, sings tenor. Caleb Koble, 21, sings baritone, and Josh Koble, 19, is the bass singer. They were raised singing traditional Gospel music. They also grew up believing in Biblical values. 

“I’ve never been this homesick before” is a reminder that “we’re not home yet!” It’s just a matter of time for us to be reunited with our Father to spend eternity with Him.

Verse 1
There’s a light in the window
The table’s spread in splendor
Someone’s standing by the open door
I can see a crystal river
And I must be near forever
Lord, I’ve never been this homesick before

See the bright lights shine
It’s just about home time
I can see the Father standing at the door
This world’s been a wilderness
I’m ready for deliverance
Lord, I’ve never been this homesick before

Verse 2
I can see the family gathered
Sweet faces all familiar
No one’s old or feeble anymore
This lonesome heart is crying
Think I’ll spread my wings for flying
Lord, I’ve never been this homesick before

“I can see the family gathered”—that’s a picture of all believers in heaven with God, our Father. One day, He will come and take us where there is no more pain and trouble anymore.

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