Tribute Quartet has been one of the most sought after male quartets in gospel music. They share a wonderful song with a message that God is our shelter. Let us get to know them more and their song “God of the Storms.”
The group was formed in 2006. They have proven to possess a combination of musical talent, warm and engaging personalities, and a focus that has kept them on the path to continued success since their inception.
The current line-up continues to evolve. Riley Harrison Clark is a favorite with his big ballads and interpretation of songs. Josh Singletary is known for being an anchor, providing stability and incomparable musical talent. His crooner sound has set him apart from other baritones in this genre and you can always count on him for a good time. Gary Casto adds to the group with his unique sound and writing. Anthony Davis has come a long way to becoming one of the best bass singers in the industry.
Tribute is focused on its goal to make music that is both timely and relevant to the current musical scene. Tribute Quartet continues to shed light on a world in need of truth, hope, love, and healing. Their music continues to inspire and encourage generations of believers.
“God Of The Storms”
The song is telling us to seek shelter from God. Storms of many kinds come into our lives. Those storms have nothing to do with natural phenomena but they are the trials that are constantly pouring on us.
“So many times in this troubled life that we all live in, we walk through storms of life. Sometimes we’re standing on top of the mountains. Sometimes we’re walking through the valleys. But if we live long enough, we’re gonna live through storms. But we serve a big God. I remember one time a long time ago I heard the phrase, ‘Stop telling God how big your storm is. Tell the storms how big your God is.’ And this song simply says, ‘He’s still the God of the storms.'” Gary
“God is our shelter and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. So we will not be afraid, even if the earth is shaken and mountains fall into the ocean depths; even if the seas roar and rage, and the hills are shaken by the violence.”Psalm 46:1-3
God is our only source of security. We need to turn to God and only when we seek God, can we find rest for our soul. He is reminding us that he is more powerful than the storms that we are facing. Our trust in the Lord should never be shaken because only He can calm the storm.
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