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inspirational songs : This is your Life by Switchfoot (with lyrics)

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23 Responses to inspirational songs : This is your Life by Switchfoot (with lyrics)

  • Smallville

  • Holy shit, why are people arguing about religion?! Just listen to the freaking music and enjoy it, sheesh.

  • Hey guys! 🙂

    My name is Michael Bellizzi & I’m the singer in a band called Famous.

    Really love this tune & as a band we know how hard it is to make it. Especially today when there are hardly any bands left. But staying true to yourself is what we believe in & keeping the music alive is what we stand for.

    If you could take a few minutes of your time to listen to our songs, it would honestly mean the world to me & my band.

    Spread the word & lets keep the music alive TOGETHER!

    Peace & love 🙂

  • I’m called to proclaim the gospel, sister. The gospel is radical, but so was Jesus. That hurts that you stopped believing. But I’ll be praying for you.

  • first, I’m not a man. why do people always assume that is the case? second, you can spread your so called ‘good news’ all you want, but don’t shove it down their throats. third, I know all about jesus, I loved him for years. But I stopped believing a log time ago.
    And fourth, you sound like a hippie on Cannabis ‘maaaan’

  • Why the hate, man? I’m only spreading the good news because I love people. If I didn’t love them, I wouldn’t tell them about Christ. I love you too, friend.

  • You annoy me so.freaking.much, I wanna reach through the screen and strangle you -_-

  • bad things happen to good people because we live in a sinful world, NOT because God wants it to be that way. the “bad things” that you speak of are things of this world that God uses to bring good to his people. do you want evidence? what bout the thousands of testimonies given by Christians about how God works in their life. That, is real evidence.

  • I apologize for assuming your atheist. And I agree with Buddha about wanted peace and to resolve conflict. It’s just when I do have conflict and pain, I don’t want to reflect on a man who detached himself. Jesus didn’t reject suffering as Buddha does, Jesus took it all even to death. This He (Jesus) did in our behalf, that by dying He might deal a death blow to suffering and death’s true ultimate cause, sin, in order to provide us with true ultimate deliverance from them.

  • Oh, I’m not an atheist. I’ve just found a religion that makes sense. I’m an agnostic Zen Buddhist, because it’s more important to me that I make peace with myself and the world than with a deity I’ve never observed or seen any evidence for.

    There is a cause for the existence of the universe. However, there’s no way for us to figure out what it is… with current technology. If it turns out to be some bearded guy snapping his fingers, I am officially giving you permission to say “I told you so”.

  • He’s not magic. And He’s not from space. Haha. And ok, if we’re all cause and effect who caused it? To have an effect there must be a cause. You’re so close. I’m praying for you. And we all know because He tells us He does, and He doesn’t lie. I think you know God, you just suppress Him through your professing atheism.

  • Again, you’re really just blindly blathering here. Let me rephrase what you said, and just tell me if it makes sense to you: “Magic spacefriend gives you nothing but good things, except when he gives you bad things, but those are still good things because HE SAYS THEY ARE”.

    Furthermore, since when do we “know” that God makes shit work? There’s no evidence for things being anything other than simple cause-and-effect. Just because you don’t see the whole process doesn’t make it magic.

  • I think you’re missing the point of blessings, my friend. Blessings are not always happiness, or monetary. They can come through tears and heartache. But we know, like I stated earlier, that God causes all things to work together for those who love Him and are called according to His purpose. (Romans 8:28) And we fell from perfection when sin entered the world. But through Christ, all our sins are forgiven. Just repent and follow Him. 🙂

  • THAT is a bold claim? Really, now. So stating that a certain religious group doesn’t have exemplary luck because their particular deity is the REAL one is bolder than claiming that your omnipotent spacefriend gives enough of a shit to help you find pennies on the street, but not enough of a shit to make your species as it should’ve been from square one? In what universe is this true? That’s right, none of them. If you heard such claims being made by a Muslim, for example, you’d think him crazy.

  • How do you know they happen at the same rate? That’s a pretty bold claim. Do you have stats for this? Your entire argument is based on a presupposition. There is evidence that God is blessing me. He’s told me so through His revelation of His word which is the Bible. The Bible which had 40 different authors spanning almost 5000 years all of which are eyewitness accounts of one God. The God. There’s your evidence. Bless you, man 🙂

  • The point I’m trying to convey is that good things happen to non-believers at the same rate that they happen to believers. There is no evidence whatsoever that God is helping you. The only reason you even consider that to be a possibility is because you’ve been told that it’s true. If I told you that magical birds were helping my dishwasher clean plates better, you would think I was crazy. So why does a long history of belief and a large number of believers make your cult better than any other?

  • (cont.) We will take delight in Him, and the salvation He has given us. He told us we would suffer, my man.

  • I know God blesses the faithful. He’s blessed me greatly. I think He’s blessed nations. Look at the United States. But honestly, you’re right too. My book, which is God’s word, says that through many hard times will come for us to enter the kingdom (Acts 14:22) also Jesus says the world will hate us (John 15:18) and we know that all things work for the good of those who love God. (Romans 8:28) We as believers understand and trust that. Jesus never said we were going to be happy.

  • That’s your book, though. Of course it’s full of stories like that. It’s like reading an advertisement for a vacation. Of course they’re going to hype the shit out of it, falsify a few claims, etc. You don’t see good things happening to the faithful in the real world on a regular enough basis, compared with the “heathens”, to support the theory of “God helps people out in a non-bullshit, measurable way”. I know you, like most Christians, lack the ability to question your own beliefs, but… why?

  • Look at Job, my man. He remained faithful while his whole world crumbled, and that wasn’t God’s doing. And look the rich young ruler. He had all these worldly things that seemed to be “good.” The difference here, is that Job kept his faith and God rewarded him. The rich young ruler did not. (Mark 10 if you want a chapter.) The world is broken by sin. Praying for you, man. 🙂

  • Why be offensive to Americans? We’re not all arrogant to say that we don’t need help. The truth is, the whole world is broken and needs prayers. And prayer works. But we also have to submit our lives to His will, which does involve following Him and helping others. “Getting everything you want” is not the gospel and we can’t forget that. The gospel is this, “Follow Jesus, He died for our sins, rose again, and is coming back.” God bless guys. 🙂

  • Really? We’re going to your going to post one of these comments on this video?

  • I’m a bump this when I get a Rolls Royce or a Bentley

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