Tell Your Heart To Beat Again Video
Tell Your Heart To Beat Again Lyrics

Shattered, like you’ve never been before
The life you knew
In a thousand pieces on the floor
Words fall short in times like these
When this world drives you to your knees
You think you’re never gonna get back
To the you that used to be

CHORUS
Tell your heart to beat again
Close your eyes and breathe it in
Let the shadows fall away
Step into the light of Grace
Yesterday’s a closing door
You don’t live there anymore
Say goodbye to where you’ve been
And tell your heart to beat again

Beginning, just let that word wash over you
It’s alright now
Love’s healing hands have pulled you through
So get back up and take step one
Leave the darkness feel the sun
Cause your story’s far from over
And your journey’s just begun

CHORUS
Tell your heart to beat again
Close your eyes and breathe it in
Let the shadows fall away
Step into the light of Grace
Yesterday’s a closing door
You don t live there anymore
Say goodbye to where you’ve been
And tell your heart to beat again

Let every heartbreak and every scar
Be a picture that reminds you Who has carried you this far
‘Cause love sees farther than you ever could
In this moment Heaven’s working everything for your good

CHORUS
Tell your heart to beat again
Close your eyes and breathe it in
Let the shadows fall away
Step into the light of Grace
Yesterday’s a closing door
You don’t live there anymore
Say goodbye to where you’ve been
And tell your heart to beat again
Your heart to beat again, beat again

Oh, so tell your heart to beat again

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One story about "Tell Your Heart To Beat Again"

  • Kim Rheaume says:

    I grew up in a violent alcoholic family. There are times that I hear certain words, tone of voice, doors banging etc. and I am right back there-hiding in the closet-it is like PTSD. I am 60 years old and this is still happening. This song, and the words “yesterday’s a closing door, you don’t live there anymore” has become my prayer since I first heard this song. Thank you KTIS and Danny Gokey.

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