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Mind if I tell you a secret
A few simple truths about me
Might be hard to believe
Guess I’m just trying to come clean

Sometimes I don’t know where I’m going
It’s hard to admit where I’ve been
When I come to the end of myself
This is where I begin, again

I am here
I am loved
God is good
And that’s enough

I don’t know your situation
What kind of story you’re in
If you’re high on that mountain
Or down in the valley again

You might be holding your baby
You might be holding a drink
You might be holding a secret
That’s getting harder to keep

But you are here
You are loved
God is good
And that’s enough

And I am here
I am loved
God is good
And that’s enough

It’s okay if I don’t have the answers
It’s okay to be right where you are
It was patience and kindness and love
That got us this far

You are here
You are loved
God is good

And I am here
I am loved
God is good
And that’s enough

He is here
He is love
God is love
And that’s enough

Sony Music Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies Producers: Joshua Wurzelbacher and Alicia St. Gelais
WMG (on behalf of Centricity Music); Sony Music Publishing,

About This Song

To sing this song, you have to take a bold first step and be honest with yourself and God. As Christians, we sometimes mistakenly think strength looks like covering up our struggles. Or we think faith looks like disregarding our hard emotions and pretending our problems aren't weighing on us as much as they are. I struggle with this so much in my life.

But you know what God constantly reminds me of? Strength and faith don't only look like boisterous, outward confidence at every moment. Strength can also look like bringing your burdens and weaknesses to God so He can carry them. Faith can look like bringing your worries to God and trusting Him to help.

Philippians 4:6-7 (NLT) says, "Don't worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank Him for all He has done. Then you will experience God's peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus."

I love this passage because it's an invitation to be real with God and be real with yourself in the process. It's an invitation to unload the weight of emotions and burdens you've been carrying to God who is a safe refuge for you. It's an invitation that asks Him to step into your situation and help as only He can.

I've met God deeply and personally through the simple act of being vulnerable with Him about the emotions and challenges weighing on my heart, asking Him to meet my needs. And then experiencing Him respond with the peace and comfort of His presence.

There's something healing and freeing about walking with God through that process--even before you see a resolution to the problem you're facing. I believe He has similar encounters for you if you take that step of truth and vulnerability.

Read Brandon Heath's full interview with New Release here.

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