4 Men Sing Powerful Rendition of ‘Let The Lower Lights Be Burning’

The Redeemed Quartet performs a moving rendition of ‘Let The Lower Lights Be Burning’ in new music video.

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This hymn, written by Philip Bliss in 1871, reminds us to be guiding lights for others. The song’s message, “eager eyes are watching, longing for the lights along the shore,” speaks to our role in helping those who are lost.

The Redeemed Quartet, made up of two sets of brothers, filmed the video at the Saint Joseph Michigan North Pierhead Outer Lighthouse. Their harmonious voices and the lighthouse backdrop underscore the hymn’s theme of guidance and hope.

Philip Bliss wrote the hymn after hearing a story about a ship struggling to reach the Cleveland harbor during a storm because the lower lights were out. This story highlights the importance of each person shining their light to guide others.

The Redeemed Quartet’s music often features traditional gospel hymns. Their strong family bonds and shared faith are evident in their performances, making their music uplifting and spiritually enriching.

This song encourages us to be beacons of hope and guidance. Just like a lighthouse helps ships navigate, our actions and faith can help others find their way. The Redeemed Quartet’s rendition reminds us that we need to let our light shine.

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.Matthew 5:16 (NIV)

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Michael Bresciani
Michael Bresciani

Great song great rendition.