Music-of-the-WeekChristian Music Video of the Week: Kolby Koloff – Grow
Tired of the negative message in secular music? Why not try listening to positive, encouraging Christian music? Music frees the soul, so bring Christ into that fold. We need Jesus Christ every day and Christian music is a great way to connect with our Lord and Savior even if it is in a small way. So enjoy this week’s music selection and the song lyrics which are beneath the video.

 

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“And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.” – Romans 12:2

Lyrics: Kolby Koloff – Grow
Down in the dirt buried deep
There is a promise there’s a seed
And with some sun and with some rain
A little shelter from the pain
With some patience and some time you’ll see

It grow and grow
Stretch your arms up to the sky and like a bird you’ll learn to fly And grow

Some fall upon the rocky ground
Does anyone hear when they cry out
Some fall upon a bed of thorns
Guess you can’t help where you’re born
Lord pick them up with your hand, ‘place them in the good land so they can

Grow, and grow
Stretch your arms up to the sky and like a bird you’ll learn to fly

And grow, and grow
Let your branches spread and bloom from that seed inside of you you’ll grow And grow

And with some sun and with some rain
A little shelter from the pain
With some patience and some time you’ll see

It grow and grow



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