Natalie Grant Releases Lyric Video To Remind Us God Is ‘No Stranger’

Natalie Grant is reminding us that we are not alone in our struggles with her new song, “No Stranger.”

In the new lyric video for the poignant track, the eight-time Grammy Award nominee reminds us why she is one of the most prominent and consistent voices in contemporary Christian music.

You are no stranger to the scar / So You can have my wounded heart / You weren’t protected from the pain / So You can hold me when I break,” Natalie sings on the song that she penned along with her husband Bernie Herms, and songwriter Paul Duncan.

She explains the personal significance of the song in a statement given to Five:22 Culture.

“In the last few years, through deep valleys and victories, my awareness of God’s presence in my life has awakened like never before. It’s not like He became more available, I just became more aware, and that has changed everything,” Grant says.  “The King of the world, the Author of time and space, makes Himself personally known to me. This everlasting God, the Alpha and the Omega, He is no stranger. He is friend.”

The singer is gearing up to release her upcoming 10th studio album “No Stranger” on Sept. 25. 

Check out “No Stranger” and let us know what you think:

You can pre-Add/pre-Save No Stranger HERE. For more info, visit: www.nataliegrant.com.

Aside from releasing new music, Natalie is keeping busy with her “Dare To Be” podcast that she created with friend, author and speaker Charlotte Gambill. To learn more about the podcast click here.

You can also keep up with Natalie Grant on Instagram>>> Facebook >>> Twitter

 

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