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Our bodies are mostly made of water, and we can only go a few days without it, but are we finding the same refreshment in the Cross? “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.” (Matt. 5:6) Quench your thirst and drink from the eternal spring.

Featured Videos – MercyMe & Rhett Walker

Turning tragedy into triumph. That’s what MercyMe’s latest release, “Say I Won’t” is all about. The song was inspired by the story of Gary Miracle, who worked with the band for years. Gary lost both arms and legs due to septic shock. His story is one of strength and faith, as you’ll see in this moving video. It sheds light on God’s ability to turn tragedy into victory. Bart Millard of MercyMe says,  “To watch his wife and kids, what they’re going through and standing by and supporting him is mind-blowing – it feels like it’s a whole other level of love.” It’s why Bart wanted to get Gary’s message out into the world. This is truly a video worth watching.


Rhett Walker says, “This song is a reminder that God is still in the business of redeeming stories and changing lives, adding, “It’s easy to lose our focus and be surrounded with negativity, so I wrote this song to help refocus each day and look to the Gospel and its good news.” This is a great song to crank up the volume and maybe do a little dance to as well. “Gospel Song” is a wonderful reminder of how Christian music plays a role in helping to keep our hearts and minds focused on what God is saying to us. 

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