I hear a lot of talk about worship songs. Are they good? Are they current? Are they theologically sound? Are they congregational? I’m not a musician so I don’t really know what any of that vernacular means. All I know is that every once in a while, a worship song becomes more than just lyrics and melody, it transcends beyond that into a sphere of pure sonic requisite and arrests my heart and soul into a posture of both gratitude and authority. GRATITUDE of His goodness and kindness, and full AUTHORITY to declare His power and glory. These songs allows me to prophesy over my own life and over the lives of those around me. They shift atmospheres and remind us that heaven is but a veil away. I didn’t really grow up with CCM, so I’m not sure what a worship song “needs” to be these days, I just know that I needed this song to get up every morning, my church needed this song to journey into a new season, and the enemy needed this song to remind him that he is defeated and that if he ever tried to mess with @nataliegrant again, he should forget it because she was going to slay all day everyday. #byefelecia #nottodaysatan #thebelongingco #isnthedoe?
Isn’t He (This Jesus) featuring Natalie Grant. Available on iTunes and Spotify now! http://blng.co/isnthe