‘Still God’ Anne Wilson Official Audio Video

A Grammy-nominated artist performs a beautiful song about holding onto and trusting God throughout life’s many trials and storms.

Faith and trust are two things required in abundance in the Christian’s walk. The journey will not always be easy, and the destination will be murky, at times. On the road of life will come potholes, detours and other obstacles that will make things interesting, to say the least. It’s at these times a Christian’s faith and trust in God will be tested and stretched. 

In her song “Still God,” Anne Wilson mentions that despite these trying and difficult circumstances, her faith remains in Him, even when there is much uncertainty. The song’s opening verses eloquently describe a place many people find themselves in at different times.

Anne points out that she has just gone through a situation that has left her heart hurting and broken. She has many questions, and the pain is still great. However, she remains committed to God, and Anne has made a decision to believe in the faithfulness of Him.

The song’s chorus perfectly encapsulates the power and faithfulness of God. Even when we are unable to see it, He is still working.

“You’re still God
You’re still good
You’re still making a way”

In the following verse, Anne sings that while she may be enduring a dark period, a valley in life, she has that peace that surpasses all understanding. She is holding onto God’s promise that He will never leave or forsake us, as is mentioned throughout God’s Word.

Anne’s song is a terrific reminder that even while struggling and battling through challenging situations, God is still at work. He is still in control and is still faithful. He understands what is going on and has a plan, better than anything we could ever imagine.

Hebrews 11:1 “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the sign that the things not seen are true.”

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