'You Found Me' - Switchfoot Song For Unbroken Film

‘When I found healing for my wounded heart
I found mercy in Your open arms
I found freedom when You set me free
I found myself when You found me
When You found me, when You found me’

There are times in our lives when we may feel dark and distant from the Lord. We may be broken or hurting from a painful situation. During these times, it’s always important to remember that God will never leave our side. He is there in those dark moments to help us heal and be the light that will guide us home. You are sure to be reminded of this as you listen to the powerful lyrics of ‘You Found Me’ from Switchfoot.

This inspiring song was made for the upcoming film Unbroken: Path To Redemption. This incredible movie continues to tell the true story of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner and a Japanese prisoner of war survivor. When you truly listen to the words, you will know that God will see us through any struggle. He will stand by our side and walk through the fire with us. We are so blessed to have the love and support from our Father in Heaven. Each and every day, we should give thanks to His name.

This worship song is the perfect way to lift God up in praise and Switchfoot performs it beautifully. I just love to sing along to these lyrics and worship with my hands held high. Who else is going to join in with me right now?
Source: God's Not Dead
You Found Me

With Louis Zamperini as their inspiration, SWITCHFOOT wrote and recorded “You Found Me” for the Unbroken: Path To Redemption Soundtrack. Check out their brand-new music video for the song, featuring clips from the movie. And then see the rest of Lou's amazing true story in theaters September 14.

Posted by God's Not Dead on Wednesday, August 15, 2018

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