“Know You Will” is an anthem of hope for uncertain times. Amidst all the madness of a world where it seems like every foundation is being shaken to the core, we’re reminded that the promises of God have always been forged through the tensions of trial and fire, and that the resolve is to trust Him wholeheartedly–no matter what may give way around and about us.
The song was inspired by “healing we have seen and healing we still want to see,” says Carnes. “We’ve seen cancer disappear, We’ve seen broken bodies healed, Don’t you tell me He can’t do it.” The song urges people to take a hold of their faith and align it with the power of who God is.
"The song 'Tomorrow' was a different song for me in the sense that it moved me immediately after we wrote it. I think it hit me differently than the other songs we’ve written because there is nothing complicated about it. It’s a simple message that God is completely in control. Whatever I’m facing today ultimately doesn’t matter because I know God holds my tomorrow."
“I pray that Still helps people deal with the challenges they are facing now and the challenges they’ve been dealing with. People sometimes mask their anxiety...There’s shame attached to it. They need to know that they are not the only ones. After the choir sings and the pastor preaches, you are not the only one who is afraid. I hope people hear enough to be still and know that God is wonderful.”
“When we sat down, we wanted to write a song that talked about how the Lord never stops chasing us,” says McClarney. “He’s the God that leaves the 99 for the 1. He’s the God that chased you down while you were still a sinner. He came and died for you. He’s that God. We wanted to write a song that honored that.”
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