Dennis Quaid Belts Out a Classic Hymn in His Gospel Album ‘For Sinners’

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On the soul-stirring Dennis Quaid Gospel album, Fallen, you’ll find uplifting hymns like ‘What a Friend We Have in Jesus.’ Fallen serves as a beacon of hope for all of us and is what Dennis calls a Gospel record for sinners.

When you think of hymns, you imagine a little white church with a tall steeple. You don't imagine a famous Hollywood actor singing a hymn or having a relationship with Jesus.

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But Dennis Quaid has been breaking the Hollywood mold with his faith and films that reflect Christianity.

Today, we have the privilege to listen to Dennis' distinct voice croon the words of a classic staple hymn. The Christian celebrity’s down-to-earth style will melt your troubles and wash your soul in the peace and comfort of Christ.

WATCH: Dennis Quaid Sings ‘What A Friend We Have In Jesus’

Dennis shared in a video that he didn't always believe in Jesus. He realized something was missing in life. He gravitated towards religion. Dennis researched several different religions, but he found himself going back to the Bible.

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"I started reading the Bible again," Dennis shared. "But I also read the Bhagavad Gita. I read the Dhammapada. I read the Koran. And I went back, and I read the Bible again, for, like, the second or third time. And I was really struck by the red words of Jesus."

As God began to change Dennis' life from the inside out, he also began taking on more faith-based roles in real-life films like ‘I Can Only Imagine' and ‘On A Wing And A Prayer.'

He admits he isn't perfect and he is a sinner, but he is thankful for the living saving words of Jesus. He is grateful that no matter where he is or what is happening in his life, he has a friend in Jesus. We hope this encouraging hymn from the Dennis Quaid Gospel album reminds you of God's presence in your life.

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John 15:15 "No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you."

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