Music Mondays- I Still Believe by Jeremy Camp

I Still Believe in your faithfulness. I still believe in your holy word.

Saturday evening I watched the movie I Still Believe. It is about the true story of Christian Music Artist Jeremy Camp and his first wife Melissa. I do not want to spoil the movie for you, but the basic message is that even after going through a terrible ordeal, Jeremy Camp wrote the song I Still Believe with the lyrics I Still Believe in you faithfulness. I still believe in your holy word.

I want to share the video of the song with you and encourage you to watch the movie if you can. The message of still believing even going through difficult times is a message that I think is important during this time of experiencing the effects of the Corona Virus.

We never know in this life what will happen day to day. This COVID-19 virus crisis is a great example of that. I had no idea the last week of February that my classes would be canceled and then start again 3 weeks later online. I had no idea that due to being in 3 at risk groups that I would need to self isolate.

But I Still Believe God will work all things together for the good for those who love God and are called according to his purposes as it says in Romans 8.

So I would like to share the song with you today and also encourage you to watch the movie. If you watch the movie, have some tissues close by.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

12 thoughts on “Music Mondays- I Still Believe by Jeremy Camp

  1. Yes, He still cares enough to walk with us through. Our faith and stand in Him are put to test in such hard times. But sticking with Him leads us through the dark times to the light.
    I look forward to seeing the movie. Is it on YouTube?.

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