Man Plays Beloved Song On Piano That Escaped The Tornado That Ravaged His Home.

Millions of people across six states are sifting through the debris left behind by historic destructive tornadoes. The powerful storms left many with nothing but the clothes on their backs.

Jordan Baize of Bremen, Kentucky was one of the "lucky" people who were physically unharmed by the tornadoes, though he lost just about everything else. His sister Whitney Brown was helping him sort through the wreckage of his house when she heard a familiar yet haunting sound.

I have been overwhelmed by the love my family has been shown today. We are all safe, thank God. My brother, Jordan, has lost his home but thankfully he and his family made it out safely. I was standing in his bedroom packing anything I could salvage and I heard the most beautiful sound. Music. Jordan was sitting at his grand piano, playing the Gaither tune There’s Something About That Name. Everything around him was broken. The piano had water damage, it had missing keys, and he didn’t know I was filming, but still he used his gift to glorify his God the best way he knew how. Enjoy his God given gift.

Whitney began to film as she walked through the shattered glass of her brother's ruined living room, discovering Jordan sitting at the bench of his grand piano. In the face of unimaginable loss and sadness, Jordan chose to play Bill and Gloria Gaither’s gospel song, “There’s Something About the Name."

Whitney had to share this beautiful moment of hope on Facebook, and it's easy to see why this sentimental clip went viral. Watch it below and be sure to share.

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