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'Now I'm Yours' by Conley: From Chains to Change

Conley's 'Now I'm Yours' is a unique song because it tells the story of how God changed him from someone who was depressed and anxious into what Conley calls 'a brand new me.' 

Conley - Now I'm YoursInspired by Romans 8:15–16 and Galatians 4:7, the words remind us that our freedom has been bought at a price we can't even begin to understand. He sings about how he went from being afraid to having faith and from being tied down to finally being free. 'Say goodbye to what used to be, say hello to this brand new me,' Conley sings, encouraging people to give up their old lives and start living the new life they find in Jesus. 

If you feel weighed down, or if people are telling you that you're too broken to be fixed, listen closely to what Conley is telling you. Through his own story, Conley makes it clear that change is a promise if you are willing to accept it. 

So, turn up the volume and let the lyrics give you hope. Your freedom has already been paid for, and we pray that you'll embrace the freedom that comes from being His. Step into the identity God has crafted for you.

(Related scripture: Romans 8:15-16; Galatians 4:7; 2 Corinthians 5:17)

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