Month: August 2017

“The Story I Tell” lyric edit

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For my first Micah Tyler lyric edit, I present the chorus to The Story I Tell, the titular song from his debut album The Story I Tell.

Listen to the full song here.

Introducing Micah Tyler

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I would like to introduce you to a Christian artist that I stumbled upon earlier this year. I really enjoy his music, and I want to give you the chance to, as well. Micah Tyler is a singer, songwriter, and musician who is fairly new on the scene. Before becoming a singer, he was a youth pastor who also drove a sausage delivery truck in Texas. He felt God calling him to the music industry, and he replied, 

“I don’t know how to be a professional musician, but you’ve taught me to be faithful.” 

He says his music comes from the heart, and describes his songs as “battle-tested.” 

He released an album in 2013 called The Story I Tell. The next year, he released an EP called The Kitchen Sink. His most recent music is from Different, the EP he released at the end of last year. Some of his songs have been in faith-based movies, and his hit single Never Been A Moment peaked at #6 on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs. Micah Tyler is currently on tour as the opening act for Big Daddy Weave. 

As I often do when I find an artist I like, I will be sharing edits of my favorite lyrics from his songs. I will put links to each song as I post. His music is available on iTunes and Spotify. Feel free to comment and let me know what you think!
{Quotes and tour information found on his website}

What the Church is Getting Wrong About Purity {video}

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If you have made decisions that you regret, and you feel impure, and you feel as though you had this gift that you gave away, I want you to know that when you come to the Lord and you give him your hurt and your wounds, his forgiveness and his grace makes it not about what you did with your body, but about what he did with his!

Katie Gregoire

Watch the video here