'I See Grace' Micah Tyler Official Music Video

Check out the official music video for ‘I See Grace’ by Micah Tyler.

“I’ve seen shame, the kind that comes from mistakes, the kind that won’t go away
When I turned around, they were right there to remind me, I’ve seen regret
The kind that messes with your head, the failures and the can’t forgets
But standing here now, I’m thanking God it’s behind me
Cause I’ve seen nail scarred hands, reach out and wipe it all away”

‘I See Grace’ is such a powerful and uplifting song and one that you could listen to over and over again! It is filled with so much truth and the music is just wonderful to listen to.

Zach Kale, one of the co-writers of the song, shared a little bit about how ‘I See Grace’ came to be.

"Last Christmas, I was walking through the most difficult season of my life. Out of that pain I wrote ‘I See Grac’ with my brothers Micah Tyler and Matthew West. Micah, being the rockstar he is, recorded it,” Zach said.

"There's a verse in the Bible (Philippians 1:6) that says, he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ, When I find myself stressed, anxious, depressed, angry, uncertain of what decision to make, hopeless, or a thousand other emotions, I remind myself to look back at God's goodness/faithfulness in my life. Because when I look back... I SEE GRACE and if Philippians is true and God is who He says He is, then I believe grace is with me now and will meet me in the future as well."

We hope that you enjoyed listening to ‘I See Grace’ today! May the song remind you of God’s goodness in your life, and may you praise His name when you think about His faithfulness.

Source: Micah Tyler

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