“Look for Me At Jesus’ Feet” – A Soulful Song by the Booth Brothers [Live]

This is a beautiful and soulful performance by The Booth Brothers of the song “Look for Me at Jesus’Feet.” The tone and the melody of this song is soothing to the ears. And as we meditate on the lyrics, it gives us deeper meaning and relevance how our Lord Jesus liberated us and saved us from our depravity. Be blessed!

The Booth Brothers was initially formed in the 1950s by Ron Booth Sr. with his brothers Charles, James, and Wallace, after they moved to Detroit. However, Ron decided to disband the group in 1963 when he joined The Toney Brothers.

In 1990, Ron’s youngest son, Michael, decided to revive the group with his brother Ronnie II (b. June 28, 1965), and his father. They started performing and touring around Florida and recorded several albums. In 1998, Ron decided to retire and the remaining brothers started looking for a replacement. They recorded several albums with Joseph Smith, who was later replaced by Jim Brady. Brady remained with them until 2014, at which point he was replaced by Paul Lancaster.

The Booth Brothers – Look for Me At Jesus’ Feet (Gaither Music TV Youtube)

Look for Me At Jesus’ Feet Lyrics

If I leave this world of sorrow
Sometime before you do.
Just look for me in Heaven
And we’ll talk the ages through.

But if at first, you fail to see me
Let me tell you where I’ll be.
I’ll be thanking Christ, my Savior
For saving a wretch like me.

But if you should reach that city
Before my time has come.
Perhaps, you’d like to greet me
When my race down here is run.

Just wait for I’ll soon be coming
Across life’s ebbing sea.
And I’ll tell you now, dear loved one
Just where to wait for me.

Don’t look beneath the gates of pearl.
Don’t look on the streets of gold.
Don’t look by the walls of jasper.
Nor among the many sights untold,

For I’ve been longing and I’ve been waiting,
For the Precious, Holy One to see.
There I’ll be through the countless ages,
Look for me at Jesus’ feet.

There I’ll be through the countless ages,
Look for me at Jesus’ feet.

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