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A True Treasure for the Christian Soul!

George Beverly Shea long known for singing with Billy Graham during his evangelistic crusades always had the ability with his great voice to draw the heart ready for worship. These songs will return you to the center of the Bible's grand subject Jesus Christ. Meditate on these songs and watch your soul soar in praise to God for all He has done through Christ for you. This is an outstanding CD! God bless you as you listen. -Al from Virginia

I'd Rather Have Jesus

The kind sound of George Beverly Shea is best felt in this heartfelt song. I'd Rather Have Jesus has wonderful lyrics to melt your heart.


Born: February 1, 1909 in Winchester, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Gospel vocalist George Beverly Shea spent most of his 45-year career closely associated with evangelist Billy Graham. His best-known song is "How Great Thou Art," which was written by Rev. Stuart K. Hine in the 1920s. Shea is also a distinguished writer of popular hymns such as "The Wonder of It All." Born the son of a Wesleyan Methodist minister in Winchester, Ontario, Shea was raised in the New York area and spent much time as a youth singing in church choirs. Following high school, he briefly...
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