Zach Williams


‘Sunday’s Comin’’ Zach Williams Lyric Video - Christian Music Videos

One catchy song encourages listeners to hold on and keep battling while facing difficult, seemingly overwhelming circumstances.

Life can be rather unpleasant at times. Hurdles and obstacles can crop up that seem overwhelming. It may get to the point where giving up and throwing in the towel is a much easier and more desirable option. But don’t give up, instead keep on going because something better is beyond the horizon!

In the song “Sunday’s Comin’” Zach Williams uses Christ’s death on the cross and his miraculous resurrection on Sunday to inspire and uplift listeners who may be enduring hardships. 

In the first verse, he describes a situation that most people know all too well. Monday through Friday can often feel like a total and complete beat down. No matter what choice you make, it’s the wrong one. Those constant battles can weigh you down. It can get to the point where the pain is the only thing you feel, the song mentions.

However, giving up is not an option. Zach, in his song, sings that Christ, who endured a painful and undeserving death on the cross on Friday, eventually arose on Sunday. Yes, life may be beating us down, inflicting bruises and leaving scars, but holding on is the only way because hope is just beyond the horizon, Sunday is coming.

In the song’s chorus, Zach sings that Christ, who is ever faithful, remains by our side throughout our ordeal. 

“Keep on holdin’ on there’s gonna be a breakthrough
If He can roll the stone
He can send the darkness runnin’
Might feel like Friday, but your Sunday’s comin’”

Yes, life can be brutal, cruel and downright awful but there is hope. Throughout God’s Word, it mentions that He will never leave us or forsake us. He is always faithful and loving, never allowing us to undergo a situation without his guidance and protection. 

James 1:2-3 “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you undergo tests of every sort; because you have the knowledge that the testing of your faith gives you the power of going on in hope.”