+2348031854587 gospelvibesblog@gmail.com

[Music] Zach Williams – The Struggle

Zach Williams - The Struggle

Two-time GRAMMY Award and multi-GMA Dove Award winner Zach Williams drops a new song, “The Struggle.” The lyric video can be viewed below. “The Struggle” is now available on all digital platforms and will appear on Williams’ Rescue Story Deluxe Edition, slated for release July 9.

“My new song ‘The Struggle’ is about personal stories of redemption in my life,” Williams shares. “This recording is new, but it was actually the first song I ever wrote after becoming a Christian.”
“With his head still full of whiskey, His eyes now full of tears
He dusted off a Bible that he hadn’t read in years.”

“Even if you haven’t struggled with addiction, you probably know someone who has,” he continues. “So many of us have moments where we feel worn down and don’t know where to turn. I pray ‘The Struggle’ can help you feel the hope of Jesus at the end of the tunnel. If you find yourself wondering, ‘Father, can You take away these tears,’ ‘The Struggle’ is my testimony that He can—and has—for me… and can for you too.”



The Struggle
He woke up this morning
To an angel in his bed
There was a devil in the bottle he was holding in his hand
With head still full of whiskey and his eyes now full of tears
He dusted off a bible that he hadn’t read in years
And he said
I am tired, I am torn and I can’t take it any more
You see this bottle has been my only friend But here I my heart to you I give
Oh Father can you take away these tears
She struggles with addiction
She struggles to fit in
She takes too much medication to cover up her tears
One pill to make her happy Too many make her sad
Then she notices the bible
In the hotel by her bed She says, “I am weary I am worn” and I can’t take it any more
You see this bottle has been my only friend
Here I am my heart to you I give
Father can you wash away these sins.
Then the sun came out and the skies turned blue and the pain they knew was gone
and as the old life died a new life it was born
it was a life they never knew
until they followed you

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.