Bring It All Video
Bring It All Lyrics

All of your insecurities
Every bent and broken piece
Even your anxiety
Might be the gifts that you need

You might be saying,
“Wait a minute, Jason
Are you telling me my weakest places
Could really be where God’s amazing grace lives?”
I know it’s hard to believe – but

Just because you wouldn’t choose it
Doesn’t mean He wouldn’t use it
Some things are better when they’re broken
You’ll never know until you bring it, you bring it all
You’ll never know until you bring it, you bring it all

Look at me up on the stage
You’d never know I’m so afraid
But I believe that’s what it takes
To draw out the best I can give

God knows how to use your fear of rejection
The way it tunes you in and fires up your engine
It becomes a gift the moment you accept it
So look at yourself and forgive your weakness

Just because you wouldn’t choose it
Doesn’t mean He wouldn’t use it
Some things are better when they’re broken
You never know until you bring, you bring it all

Even though you’d rather hide it
There’s something beautiful inside it
So bring your heart and lay it open
You’ll never know until you bring it, you bring it all
Oh, so come and bring it all
Oh, so come and bring it all

I believe this is the wisdom of redemption
To be reborn doesn’t mean a reinvention
His perfect will comes to life in imperfection
When you give him all of you

Bring it all, bring it all

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One story about "Bring It All"

  • Miranda Hoff says:

    In 1999- I had what Mayo Clinic refers to as a “Stress- induced Psychotic Epsiode” after a Disc Polisher I had loaded and started, crashes making an unexpected loud, unpleasant sound. I was in a “psychosis” for 3 days but had a blissful, euphoric experience, and in my opinion, never felt more secured and safe in God’s loving care. In fact, minutes after the machine crashed, I walked into the bathroom as I was feeling an urge to look in the mirror, due to not feeling like myself. I looked in the mirror, immediately, sensing the comfort of the Lord, and not to be afraid, My eyes were 100% dilated result of this event, but sadly I took the suggestions of Psychiatry, degrading the situation as a medical emergency, instead of Spiritual Encounter. However, a life of torment and judgements were worth the connection I have found with Him within me,, but it took a near death experience in Nov., 2018- to convince me that I am not a symptom of MI, I am a child of God who has been denied, and considered disabled, I’ve had encounters especially in the last 3 years that have me convinced, and I will never go back to such a dark, hopeless place, where medicine and shock therapy were my last hope to fix something that wasn’t wrong in the first place. I am now 41, and am ready to serve anyway that I can!

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