A tribute to the late Andrae Crouch


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Legendary gospel singer/songwriter, Andrae Crouch passed away on Thursday January 8, 2014. He was 72.

Crouch was a remarkable gospel singer. His music has touched the lives of many people around the world.

The Recording Academy awarded him with seven Grammys during a career that spanned more than a half-century.

He wrote his first song at age 14. Some of his more well-known songs are “Soon and very soon,” The blood will never lose its power,” To God be the glory,” and my favorite, “Through it all.”

May his soul rest in peace.

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  1. Reblogged this on 66 Assurance Way and commented:
    The son of a preacher, Andrae Crouch was a fine Singer/Pastor/Songwriter/Musician . . . and a child of God – since he was a young boy. His song “Soon And Very Soon” speaks to where he wanted to go when God ‘called his number’. Crouch passed last Thursday. He was truly one of a kind. RIP Andrae Crouch. Thanks for sharing Let’s Talk Gospel! Greg S.

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  2. Good Morning my friend, it is Monday and the beginning of a brand new week. Just stopped by to wish you a joyful, peaceful and blessed week as you walk into your Divine Destiny living FREE from the restraints of the world and doing the will of the Lord. Thank you for continuing to follow our ministry and bless my soul with your presence and knowing that I can come into your presence and always find refreshing words of wisdom and comfort. Enjoy your week in Jesus name…

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