Shouting on the Hills of Glory- Ralph Stanley


Arden Lambert


December 19, 2022


December 19, 2022


December 19, 2022

Ricky Skaggs and Ralph Stanley delivered yet another heartfelt gospel country tune in 1998. It’s a song that has opened many people’s eyes, especially in terms of remembering God’s presence.

The song is about our future reunion with the almighty God. It serves as a reminder that death is a part of all of our lives. Starting today, we must make our own preparations for the day when we shall ultimately be reunited with God above.

Despite our flaws and failures in life, all we have to do is believe in him and accept Jesus as our Savior. When we do this, we are assured that Jesus has reserved a place in heaven for us.

Despite the fact that there were no reports of the song hitting any charts, there is no question that people really loved “Shouting on the Hills of Glory” for its message. 

And we must not forget the artists responsible for such masterpieces, Carter Stanley and Ralph Stanley, popularly known as the “Stanley Brothers,” who wrote the song themselves, making them famous musicians of their day as well as legends for present and future generations.

Ralph and Carter played as The Stanley Brothers with their band, The Clinch Mountain Boys, as an American bluegrass duet. Ralph preserved the band name when he went solo after Carter’s death until his death in 2016.

In the end, it is one of the Stanley brother’s songs that has varied meanings for different listeners since we all have different perspectives on what happens beyond this existence on Earth.

So, if you want to have your own interpretation of Ralph Stanley’s “Shouting on the Hills of Glory,” you may listen to it now by clicking here.


Ralph Stanley



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