Songs Of Worship: You Never Let Go

Quote Of The Week
Worship is not just about songs.
It’s our lives.
Matt Redman
During the first quarter of 2011, we’ve lived through some difficult times. Through them all, I’ve found myself turning time and time again to one song for encouragement – Matt Redman’s You Never Let Go.

Based on Psalm 23:4, this song reminds me of God’s great love for us, and how He is always here for us. I am so grateful for that!

I’ve also found encouragement in this quote from Matt:

As Christians, we can’t escape from pain in this world – whether that’s going through hard seasons personally or watching our loved ones do the same. But here’s our distinctive: Even in the darkest and most disturbing moments, as real and as painful as they might be, we stand on an even greater reality. It’s the truth of God who never lets go and never loses control. The One who never changes – always good and merciful, always strong and mighty to save.

Standing on the unshakeable truth of our God, we can make it through the storms of life. More than that, we find that we have a song in our hearts. For even in the toughest times, we look at Jesus and find plenty of reasons to continue singing out His praise and calling on His name.

Have a fabulous week dear friends!

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24 Responses to “Songs Of Worship: You Never Let Go”

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  1. Shawn Becker says:

    I imagine you added a video recording of the song but I am on my iPad and only see a big space. : (
    I will be back tomorrow, can not wait to hear the song!
    Blessings, my friend

  2. Breanna Veth says:

    I love singing this song at church! The words are so powerful and full of truth. I host Music Mondays every Monday at New Life New Wife Sweet Home Alabama. Stop on by if you want!

  3. The Paper Princess says:

    Hi Shawn,

    Thanks for letting me know! I'm aware that the videos don't show up for my e-mail subscribers either – why, I don't know. It's a technical issue.

    Anyway, I have added the hyperlink to take you to my blog IN the first paragraph! I usually try to do that in my video posts for that very reason (so everyone has access to them) – but I can't link up until I publish and get the URL. Then I have to go back in, edit, and re-post. Blogger was running slow tonight and you beat me to the punch! 🙂

    Have a fabulous weekend and enjoy the song!

  4. Poekitten says:

    I love this song!

  5. Pamela says:

    Unshakable truth of God. Love that. Have you read Matt's book on worship? I love it–been through it a couple times.

    Have a blessed Sabbath,

  6. LindyLouMac in Italy says:

    We certainly have, what a lovely interpretation of familiar words this song is.

  7. Love to decorate says:

    I just found your blog. This is one of my favorite songs. I am so gthankful He never lets go 🙂

  8. Love to decorate says:

    I just found your blog. Love the quote and the song is one of my favorites. I am so thankful he never lets go

  9. Pam says:

    Very nice.

  10. Michelle says:

    I love that song! Stopping in from Spiritual Sundays. Have a good day and thanks for sharing.

  11. Veronica Lee says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Love the song.

    Have a blessed Sunday!

  12. doreen says:

    What a beautiful song to start my day and how fitting for the tragedies going on in our world. I already follow just stopping by to say hello and catch up on a few post.
    I hope your week gets off to a great start.

  13. Charlotte says:

    I'm finding so much encouragement from reading Spiritual Sundays posts today. Yours certainly is no exception. Thank you for sharing this beautiful post.

  14. Elizabeth says:

    You have a beautiful blog…words, topics, and design.

    Nice to meet you.

  15. Lisa @Cents To Save says:

    New follower! hope you will stop by and visit me!

  16. Krafty Max Originals says:

    I can't find the post for the blog hop, so I am leaving my little note here!! THANKS!!

    BLOG HOPping around – I am now a follower of your blog, wont you also follow me?? ~KM
    Krafty Max Originals

  17. Tim says:

    Nice blog.

  18. Amanda Trought says:

    Visiting from the creative every day challenge. Thank you for sharing this song, definitely needed. Very inspiring blog.


  19. Canadianmom says:

    Very Nice! I really enjoyed that!

    Thanks for linking up to the " Motivational Monday Blog hop!"

    Take care!

    Blessings Always!


  20. Krysti says:

    I am so happy that I found your blog! I have been looking for more Christian Bloggers. I love Matt Redman!!!! I am a new follower.

  21. Renee Ann says:

    Thanks for this encouraging post! I've also been thinking about how God brings us through storms. It's good to rejoice in His faithfulness together! Blessings!

  22. Stefanie Brown says:

    Great song! I am so thrilled He never let's go of us!

  23. Nanato4 says:

    That song has so much meaning to me. It was getting lots of airtime back 3 1/2 years ago when my youngest grandson was born. I remember hearing it on the radio on my way to get the older 2 grandkids on that Sunday morning when DD got the phone call that they needed to go to the NICU in St. Louis, that he was in trouble, that they didn't know if he was going to make it. I remember hearing it on the radio when I'd drive DD (who hadn't been cleared to drive after her c-section) over to spend the day at the NICU. It was my constant reminder during that difficult time, that no matter what happened with him, God had ahold of us and was never going to let us go. I still get teary when I hear that song on the radio or when we sing it in church. Blessings!

  24. Kristen says:

    Good luck.

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