Dive Into the Message with Goodman Revival's 'I Don't Want To Get Adjusted' Lyric Video

Dive Into the Message with Goodman Revival's 'I Don't Want To Get Adjusted' Lyric Video

This video is from Gaither Music TV, where the Goodman Revival sings, ‘I Don't Want To Get Adjusted,’ and it’s quite the energetic southern gospel performance. 

The song is very upbeat and catchy, with the Goodman Revival using their vocal talents and character to put on a performance. It would be very easy to learn the lyrics of this song after just listening to it a handful of times. 

The lyrics begin with:

“In this world, we have our troubles

Sometimes lonesome, sometimes blue

But the hope of life eternal

Makes all old hopes brand-new”

We can all relate to these powerful words about how we each have our troubles, but we also have the hope of eternal life with Jesus. The song is about not wanting to adjust to this world because we know that a better one is coming someday. 

There are so many times in this life when we can become overwhelmed with our struggles or get too involved in what is going wrong in our world. However, this song is a good reminder that we will be in a different place one day. 

The Goodman Revival is made up of three members. Tanya Goodman Sykes, her husband, Michael Sykes, an acclaimed producer, and their friend Johnny Minick, a gospel music veteran. Johnny used to perform with Howard and Vestal Goodman in years past. 

Many in the comments enjoy this performance. One commenter said, “The fact this has millions of views and that so many people want to fall asleep listening to God's word is absolutely heart warming and soul refilling. God bless each and everyone of you, in Jesus name, Amen” and another commented, “Yes, we have home that's so much better.” 

“In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.” - John 14:2

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