Reba Nails It: ‘We gotta give this world back to God. You gotta get down on your knees, believe’ Emmanuel February 22, 2017 Entertainment, Religion 1 You Might Like Reba McEntire is publicly going back to her faith in God with the release of her first gospel album. Reba’s album is called “Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith & Hope” and the first single she has released off of the album is called “Back to God”. What a fitting song for the world and the condition it is in now. America is in a bad place because it has turned it’s back on the beliefs this great country was built on. When we, as a country, can carelessly kill the most innocent of us and call it “women’s rights”, we are in a place that will never be blessed by God. We are in a time where anything goes. We’re taught to live life by the way we feel. Do what you feel and follow your deceitful heart. God will not bless this way of living. This mentality is why marriages are failing everyday, why families are being torn apart, why parent’s are abandoning their children. Selfishness has overtaken America. The government won’t save us, even our new President Trump can only do so much. As Reba says in her new single, “Back to God”, “We gotta give this world back to God You gotta get down on your knees, believe Fold your hands and beg and plead Keep on praying You gotta cry, rain tears of pain Pound the floor and scream His name Cause we’re still worth saving” Watch the whole video below: Ultimately, only God can save us. We need to pray for our country and our leaders, we need to pray for President Trump, pray for our families, pray for ourselves. Because change starts within ourselves and we’re worth saving. You’re worth saving. God, make America great again! In Jesus’ name, amen! Source One Response kate spade crossbody sale March 16, 2017 Bookmarked! Thanks for an amazing article, will interpret your others posts. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.