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‘God Be The Glory’ We Are Messengers Official Music Video - Christian Music Videos

A popular Christian band, We Are Messengers, gave an emotionally stirring performance of a beautiful tune about the faithfulness and goodness of God.

Life is an unpredictable ride, filled with potholes, speed bumps and many detours. Those different routes and exits often take us to destinations we never imagined or envisioned. Sometimes it’s a pleasant surprise and others it’s not so much. But regardless of where we go or how we get there, God will be there the entire journey. 

The good Lord above is always guiding, protecting and directing. He will never leave nor forsake us. For His constant care, watch and love, He deserves all honor, glory and praise. 

In their official music video posted on YouTube, the band, We Are Messengers, sings “God Be the Glory.” It’s a wonderfully written tune praising and thanking God, an ever-faithful, protecting and guiding presence in our lives. 

“God, You’re still good to me
When my hope is all but gone
And I’m barely hanging on
God, You’re still good to me”

Most people have found themselves in a position in which whatever decision or choice they make, it’s the wrong or losing one. There may seem to be no way out of a predicament. But God, because of His faithfulness and love, always comes through and makes a way when one appears impossible.

For that, He truly does deserve all our praise and worship, even though that could never ever be enough. 

God, as the song points out, is always loving and quick to forgive. He loves us when we’re on the highest mountaintop, experiencing happiness and joy. But, even more amazing, He loves us just the same when we’re struggling and in the valley. His love and faithfulness do not change depending on the circumstances of life.

God be the glory, indeed!

Deuteronomy 7:9 “Know therefore that the Lord your God, he is God, the faithful God, which keeps covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations;”