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All Is Not Lost

Sung by The Brilliance

All is not lost, is not lost
All is not lost, is not lost

The pain of life I know it well
It knows me well
The road to peace, I know is hell
I know it well

May the seeds of peace be scattered
Birthing trees whose shade gives us rest

Written by: John Arndt, David Gungor, Dave Campbell

Copyright© 2016 Integrity's Praise! Music/The Brilliance & The Flyer & Dave Campbell

CCLI Number: 7069919

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  • Not bewilderment, honesty ... and poignancy. Particularly in the last 6 months, our smug, sanctimonious church personae have shattered in the face of sellouts to politics and societal values. But in the unity of The Spirit, we have been given a ministry of reconciliation. I firmly believe this collection of songs, and this particular song are Spirit inspired and timely. We'll be performing/leading this one with a couple of other churches in town soon in an outside the church doors service of peace and reconciliation... and many outside your box and scorned by your demands will find LIFE. Shalom.

    Posted by Hank Hanks, April 12, 2017 (4 months ago)

  • Well, sadly this is a reflection of the fact that some Christians find spiritual bewilderment trendy as long as it's presented under the name of "poetry".
    The spiritual influences behind Michael Gungor's songs are clearly dark, but his group were very popular at Greenbelt, the "Christian" music festival here in the UK. He's an "award-winning Christian artist" whose unorthodox beliefs stirred up a great deal of controversy in the US...

    I'm glad to see several people reacting and assessing critically to what degree the songs here seem to be in line with Scripture/related to Scripture/inspired by the Holy Spirit (or not, as the case may be). I feel there is so much more scope for this. It would be great to see the emergence of a group of musicians who are critically concerned with both the quality of the lyrics and of the music in Christian worship songs, to favour wholesome trends of renewal in portions of the church that are too set in their ways (whether traditional or otherwise...).

    Posted by Samuel Reese, January 14, 2017 (7 months ago)

  • How can a website dedicated to promote worship push a song with lyrics like this? Where is the worship content? As a secular song it would be dreadful, as a worship song it is unbelievable.

    Posted by John Walters, January 9, 2017 (7 months ago)

  • Terrible lyrics! No wonder it's free.

    Posted by Allan Jenks, January 6, 2017 (8 months ago)

  • Dreadful.

    Posted by John Coupland, January 6, 2017 (8 months ago)

  • I find the quote from 2nd Jude 5:92 particularly inspiring for our worship: "The road to peace, I know is hell".
    The introductory line "all is not lost" bears vibrant witness to the glorious reality of the resurrection of Jesus! Please, make sure your congregations learn this.
    Oh, was it meant for easy listening at home? May the sacred/secular dichotomy long continue to yield fruitless lives.

    Posted by Samuel Reese, January 6, 2017 (8 months ago)

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