Find Me In The River – KJ Apa & JJ Heller (Music Video from “I Still Believe”)


You brought your guitar. Well, you asked me to. Do you want to play for us? Oh no, I’m not- Alright guys! We got Jeremy Camp here! Alright. Find me in the River Find me on my knees I’ve walked against the water Now I’m waiting if you please I’ve longed to see the roses But never felt the thorns And bought our pretty crowns But never paid the price Find me in the River Find me there Find me on my knees with my soul laid bare Even though you’re gone And I’m cracked and dry Find me in the River I’m waiting here for you We didn’t count on suffering We didn’t count on pain But if the blessing’s in the valley In the River I will wait You’re going to be healed. But what if I’m not supposed to get healed? Don’t say that. Find me in the River Find me there Find me on my knees with my soul laid bare Even though you’re gone And I’m cracked and dry Find me in the River Find me in the River Find me there Find me on my knees with my soul laid bare Even though you’re gone And I’m cracked and dry Find me in the River I’m waiting here for you I’m waiting here for you I’m waiting here for you

2 thoughts on “Find Me In The River – KJ Apa & JJ Heller (Music Video from “I Still Believe”)

  1. Find Me In The River is a simple song with very simple, but interesting lyrics. The song, as far as I understand it, tells a story about a believer who has run dry. A believer who has tried on his own. A believer who has been living a surface Christian life. The well of self effort and religion can only sustain you for so long. It will run dry eventually. And now this believer is admitting that “we didn’t count on suffering, we didn’t count on pain, but if the blessing is in the valley, then in the river I will wait“. It’s so true that we often don’t count on suffering and difficulties in our walk with God. Even though Jesus made it painfully clear that we would experience problems and tribulations as his followers (John 15: 18-27 is just one example), we forget that. We forget that there is a cost to real, authentic discipleship and life and intimacy with God! Our flesh needs to be crucified. We need to lay down our ideas, thoughts, opinions, desires, dreams and allow God to call the shots and direct us. And he will lead us through the valley of the shadow of death (Psalm 23), because he wants us to come to the place where we say that we will wait and endure anything as long as we will receive God’s life and blessings! (analysis made by abrokencup, but wholeheartedly agree!)

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