SONG OF THE WEEK: Who You Are by Unspoken

FIRST of all, I love Unspoken’s Lead singer Chad Mattson’s voice and I love this acoustic version of their new song Who You Are so take the time to listen.  (Doesn’t the picture above look like a band playing on the Ed Sullivan show? – irrelevant history reference)

SECOND- do you believe this song?  Do you believe that through placing your life at the foot of the cross “You can change who you are?”  Do you believe it’s true for everyone?  For the person you know struggling with infidelity, drug use, depression, bitterness- is it true for them too?  Is the love of Jesus and the power of the cross BIG enough to change anyone?

THIRD- if you do believe this, who have you stopped praying for because you don’t think they can change?  Ouch- I can think of a few.
Matthew 19:26   “with God all things are possible”

Who You Are Lyrics

I know that look you’re givin’ like you got something to prove
‘Cause I have walked for miles and miles in that same pair of shoes
You refuse forgiveness like it’s something to be earned
But sometimes pain’s the only way that we can learn

You can never fall too hard, so fast, so far
That you can’t get back when you lost where you are
It’s never too late so bad
So much that you can’t change who you are

Ohhhh, Ohhh
You can change who you are
Ohhh, ohhh.

You believe in freedom, but you dont know how to choose
You gotta step out of your feelings that you’re so afraid to lose
Everyday, yeah, you put your feet on the floor
You gotta walk through the door, it’s never gonna be easy
But it’s all worth fighting for 

You can never fall too hard, so fast, so far
That you can’t get back when you lost where you are
It’s never too late so bad
So much that you can’t change who you are

Ohhhh, Ohhh
You can change who you are
Ohhh, ohhh

So let the ashes fall wherever they land
Come back from wherever you’ve been
To the foot of the cross to the feet of Jesus
The feet of Jesus

About Karen Tripp

Beyond being a Christian Counselor and the President of Cancer Companions, Karen loves to read (she's a great reader) and loves to sing (she's a bad singer) in her home near St Louis, MO. Cancer has personally touched Karen's personal life through her dad - a 23 year colon cancer survivor. Impacting lives for Christ through her speaking, writing and counseling fills Karen with a passion which infuses every task she approaches. (except matching socks. Karen hates matching socks.)
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