Crowder's 'Grave Robber' Catchty And Upbeat Tune About The Difference God Makes

Christian singer and songwriter Crowder has released the official music video for “Grave Robber,” his catchy and upbeat song about the difference and change God has made in his life.

No one is worthy of God’s love, mercy and grace. The Bible mentions that all have sinned and have fallen short of the glory of God. God’s Word also states that the wages of sin are death. Therefore, no one is deserving of forgiveness and eternal salvation. 

However, God, because He loved the world so much, sent His one and only Son to Earth as a sacrifice. Jesus Christ willingly went to the cross, bearing all our sins and shame. In doing so – the ultimate act of love – we now have the opportunity for forgiveness of our evil ways and the hope of salvation. 

God, in sending His son to Earth to die for us, giving us forgiveness and everlasting life, changed everything. We are all worthy of death and the grave. God, as Crowder’s song states, is a grave robber. He brings life and hope where there was none before.

“I got stolen by the grave robber

Picked me up from that rock bottom

Washed my soul in that Holy water

Brought me back to life”

Later in the song, Crowder states how God has wiped away all his sin and shame. His soul is no longer chained up but is now a dead man who has been brought back to life. He has been made a new creation in Christ. He is no longer the man he once knew but a follower changed by the power, love, mercy and grace of Jesus Christ. 

God is the only one who can take someone utterly lost and without hope and change them. There is no one else capable of performing such a life-changing and saving miracle. Praise His holy name!

2 Corinthians 5:17 “Therefore, if any man is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old things have passed away. Behold, all things have become new.”


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