‘Place In This World’ For King + Country And Michael W. Smith Lyric Video - Christian Music Videos
Two of the biggest names in the Christian music scene, For King + Country and Michael W. Smith, brought their immense talents together for a “Place in this World.”
Everyone wants to feel loved and needed and that they belong. Being left out and feeling as if their thoughts, opinions and concerns do not matter is one of the worst feelings in the world. This thinking can lead to loneliness and impact someone’s self-esteem and self-worth. That’s why being with people and in a place where you are loved and cared for is vitally important.
In the official lyric video posted on YouTube, For King + Country and Michael W. Smith sing “Place in This World.” It’s a beautifully written and performed tune about finding one’s reason, mission and calling in life.
“Feels like I’m looking for a reason
Roaming through the night to find my place in this world
My place in this world
Not allowed to lean on”
“A Place in this World” is such a beautiful tune about reaching out to and seeking Him for one’s purpose and mission in life.
Others who commented on the video’s YouTube link also expressed their love and adoration of For King + Country and Michael W. Smith’s collaboration.
“I Love this version of the song! It was truly so moving! God is definitely using For King In Country to further His kingdom! They have such amazing voices too!” one person wrote.
“This song is beautiful and so powerful,” a second individual added.
No one wants to go through life feeling as if their existence did not matter or that they didn’t make a bit of difference to someone. This can be a painful and heartbreaking experience.
But no matter how we think or feel about ourselves, God is always faithful and loving. He offers shelter and comfort in the time of life’s storm. God has a will and purpose for every life.
Everyone on Earth has a reason for being. Nothing God does is by accident.
Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, said the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.”