“I see how easy it is to talk about God and not really live it out,” said Hulvey. “My desire is to learn how to lead a life of true surrender to God and live that life all the time.” At the same time, Hulvey acknowledges the grace and forgiveness we are extended by God saying, “God is still showing me that it’s okay to fail and learn.”
Following a compelling beat switch towards the end of the song, Torey D’Shaun adds perspective rapping, “Even when I had nobody else I just kept messing up, They put me on the shelf, but you stayed close to me,” solidifying a beautiful picture of the balance grace and truth plays in all of our lives.
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