VIDEO: Tornado Survivor Plays Gospel Song in Ruins of His Home

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The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning commentary – heard daily on hundreds of radio stations.

Death came to the southern states in the dark of the night.

Tornadoes wiped away factories and homes – entire towns were simply wiped from the face of the Earth. Dozens of people were killed, hundreds were injured.

The living wandered aimlessly through piles of rubble – searching for their loved ones – gathering up a lifetime of memories.

Heartbreaking images that played over and over again on local television stations.

In Muhlenberg County, Kentucky Jordan Baize lost his home. The walls were still standing, but the tornado blew the roof off his house.

The family piano managed to survive the storm — missing a few keys — but otherwise in good shape. 

As his family salvaged what they could, Jordan sat down at the piano bench and began playing a beautiful melody – a gospel song – There’s Something About that name.

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus; there’s just something about that name.

Master, Savior, Jesus, like the fragrance after the rain;

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, let all Heaven and earth proclaim

Kings and kingdoms will all pass away,

But there’s something about that name.

Kings and kingdoms will all pass away,

But there’s something about that name.

“There’s Something About That Name”

It was a gentle reminder that in the midst of the storm – God was there. 

You can watch Jordan below: