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'In My Unbelief' by Leah Paschall: Harmonizing Life’s Uncertainties with Unfailing Faith

From the first note of Leah Paschall's 'In My Unbelief', you'll find yourself drawn into lyrics that sound like the song is about your own life. It's not just your story; it's also my story, and most likely a story we share with other believers. A journey through the fields of life, filled with moments of joy, but also times of fear, uncertainty, and flashes of doubt. 

Leah Paschall - In My UnbeliefCan you recall those mornings when you got out of bed, and felt the weight of fear as you placed your feet on the floor? Do you recognize that clash between wanting to believe and struggling with doubt. That doubt is real, uncomfortably real. But, that's also where the beauty of this song can be found. 

Leah reminds us that it's okay if we haven't figured it all out. It's okay to cry out to God, 'Help me in my unbelief' - a plea so raw, and so sincere. A reminder that it's not in perfect faith where we experience Jesus's boundless love and grace, but it's in the moments when we feel vulnerable. The chorus is a calm whisper that God is with us in every situation we go through. 

Leah produced a a beautiful song for us - a song for those moments when silence roars and chaos prevails. It's a reminder that He's got us, He's ready to catch us when we slip, He's got our steps beautifully ordered. 

Go ahead and click on the video or open the song in your app. Lean into the truth of the lyrics, and let it sink in. Let this heartfelt prayer inspire and uplift. It's a song especially for the strugglers, the believers, for us.

(Related scripture: Mark 9:24; Isaiah 41:10; Psalm 46:10)


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