Musician and worship pioneer David Crowder recently wrote a song in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. He sensed a spirit of despair. He said, “I had a song idea for the phrase, ‘good God almighty.’ And, with a phrase like that, the song has to be a little rowdy. When I wrote the song, we were in the thick of lockdown. But, I wanted the message to be clear: no matter what comes, if it’s beauty, on the mountaintop, or if it’s bleak and feels like the wilderness, God is still God. He’s still on the throne. He’s still good. He’s in control. To sing this declaration of truth during the pandemic and beyond is what we need. That’s what I needed. I need to be singing His declaration of truth in these difficult moments” (Grace Chaves, “Milk and Honey: An Interview with Crowder,” New Release Today, June 24, 2021 https://www.newreleasetoday.com/article.php?article_id=3239).
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