I've been waiting to buy this from iTunes for such a long time and I absolutely love the heart behind this album. A few friends and I have been learning a lot about being undone by the Lord and Steffany is right on point in her album promo about how the undoing is our whole life and how the promise land is right where we are, not at the end. Life has its ups and downs, but the Lord is constant and He is the same, yesterday, today and forever. He's the one we can hold on to.
This album is a reminder to me of how beautiful it is to just worship the Lord and soak in His presence and how we're given so much grace. It is a reminder of God being the constant one, that He is the trustworthy one and that He will never let us go.
It reminds me of post lunch talks today after church. A large group of us were chilling outside Chatime at Karrawarra. Senny and I were sitting on a bench and I was giggling at photos on his phone and he pushed me over and I fell back. I was holding onto arm so I wouldn't topple over and I knew that if I let go I'd fall off because of my non-existent core. I clearly remember saying, "Don't let go." It hit me like a ton of bricks when I realised that the trust I had in Senny that he wouldn't let go should be like the trust we put in God. I knew he would be strong enough to bring me back up. But then when it comes to God, why do we doubt Him?
If we truly knew that He was strong enough, that He is constant, that He is LOVE. We don't need to even consider fighting - or in my case relying on my core. The only thing we need to do is hold onto Him because He is bigger than anything we'll ever face. It's all a process of being undone, being further transformed into Christ-likeness - holding onto Him and being in His presence regardless of what life throws our way.
I hope this album speaks to you as much as it has me.