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You Bring the Rain (Live) - VoxMusic

VoxMusic - You Bring the Rain (Live)

Title: You Bring the Rain (Live)

Artist: VoxMusic

Genre: CCM

Release date: February 23, 2024

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This song speaks to the faithfulness and the sovereignty of God. It is easy to sing about the faithfulness of God when things are going well. However, it can be hard to reconcile a loving, gracious God when we are sitting in the middle of what seems like unanswered prayers. It is hard to know how to feel when you pray for healing that never comes, or when you are contending for restoration in a relationship that comes to an end.

Isaiah 55 paints a beautiful picture of God's word as rain, falling from heaven and never returning void. Every promise that he has made will be fulfilled, even if it might look different than we expect. In this passage, we are reminded that his ways are not our ways and his thoughts are not our thoughts. The way that God acts and responds to us is far more complex and far more beautiful than we can imagine.

Our prayer is that this song will give our church and the body of Christ language to sing and declare the truth of God's faithfulness in every season. His plans and intentions toward us are good and kind. When we are sitting in the tension of unanswered prayers, it is not a rejection. Instead, God is always working for our good and his glory. He desires what is best for us. We can trust him, no matter what situation we face.

We pray that this song gives hope to every heart that listens.

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