Lauren Daigle’s Latest song ‘Thank God I Do’ Brings Hope and Inspiration to Listeners

Lauren Daigle’s new song ‘Thank God I Do’ from her album with the same title is providing many listeners hope and a positive outlook in life.

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The song with its heartfelt lyrics is accompanied by the soothing and solemn music of the piano that beautifully complements Daigle’s powerful voice.

Daigle’s latest release discusses the moments when a person may feel lost and hopeless, unloved and abandoned. However, the album emphasizes the importance of remembering that God never abandons, but is always present to hold them together and prevent them from falling apart.

I’ve seen love come and I’ve seen love walk away
So many questions will anybody stay?
It’s been a hard year, so many nights in tears
All of the darkness, trying to fight my fears alone…
So long, alone

I don’t know who I’d be if I didn’t know You
I’d probably fall off the edge
I don’t know where I’d go if You ever let go
So keep me held in Your hands

The song goes on to talk about how if not for God, she would have fallen away too soon and that she would not know where to go if God ever let go of her. And asks God to always hold her in His hands. The singer also realizes that to be with God is to be at home and at peace. And there is nothing that is missing when we have God in us. God heals and mends our hearts.

I’ve started breathing
The weight is lifted
You, with You It’s easy
My head is finally clear
There’s nothing missing when You are by my side
I took the long road but now I realize…
I’m home with You, I’m home

I don’t know who I’d be if I didn’t know You
I’d probably fall off the edge
I don’t know where I’d go if You ever let go
So keep me held in Your hands
I don’t know who I’d be if I didn’t know You
I’d probably fall of the edge
I don’t know where I’d go if You ever let go
So keep me held in Your hands

You’re my safe place
My hideaway
You’re my anchor
My saving Grace
You’re my constant
My steadiness
You’re my shelter
My oxygen

God in fact is the ‘oxygen’, sustaining our lives. Our safest place and only He can give us the security and Grace we need in our lives. We are thankful that we know Him and that He knows us intimately.

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Felicita Rozario
Felicita Rozario

It is great listening to you Lauren my all who listen draw God close to their hearts.

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