Charly Beathard’s latest worship song, ‘Hallelujah Anyway’ beautifully reminds us to hold on to our faith in God during life’s trials.
This song is a call to keep our faith in Jesus Christ close, especially during those sorrow-filled and challenging times. It’s a reminder to praise Him, no matter what we’re going through, and to hold on to His promises—that He’s always there for us.
I’ve got wounds they’re slow to heal
some feelings I don’t wanna feel
Got memories that I can’t change
Lost someone that I can’t replace
Even in the valley
I know You still have me, so
Hallelujah in the pain
When I don’t know what to say
Come fire, come flood, come troubled waters
Jesus come what may
Sure, it’s our human instinct to wobble with fear and doubt when life’s storms rage. But ‘Hallelujah Anyway’ is like a friend telling us to take a deep breath, steady ourselves, and remember the faithfulness of God.
Think about it—haven’t we all found ourselves in those valleys where it feels like no light can reach us? This song comes in at just the right moment. It encourages us to not just whisper but declare “Hallelujah” in the face of everything we’re dealing with. It echoes the Bible verse, Psalm 42:11: “Why, my soul, are you downcast? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.“
The human nature part of me
Is full of fear and disbelief
I know better still I forget
You always keep Your promises
Oh the goodness
Oh the kindness
Oh the peace I can’t explain
With all my heart
With all my soul
With my little bit of faith
I will sing…
Charly Beathard is a Nashville-based Christian singer-songwriter who is using her God-given talent to inspire others in Christ. May this performance be a reminder in our lives to find the courage to say ‘Hallelujah anyway,’ trusting in God’s plan through every season of our hearts.