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daisyrlb
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WOW...I had no idea. Krissy Nordhoff shares that while suffering from advanced chronic LD she was inspired to write, "Your Great Name!"

Listen to this video as Krissy Nordhoff, Michael Neale, and Natalie Grant talk about how this song got recorded.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6LW7yz-1wU&NR=1

And this is a link to the actual song with Natalie Grant singing. Video presentation with lyrics.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gbBrlAVm20&feature=player_embedded

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I absolutely love this song!

Very interesting that the girl wrote it while dealing with chronic lyme disease.

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I'll have to check it later.. can't wait!! I remember Natalie Grant!! She has a website.

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Wow, and the best part is that the Lord healed her!!

Beautiful, beautiful song!!

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Wow, I love hearing stories like this. Truly a song of praise!
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This is a different Natalie. Now I can't remember the other girl's name. But she had Lyme also.

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When my husband and I first heard that song we just bawled and bawled and bawled.

I play it non-stop on repeat on my little c.d. player!!!

It has made a HUGE difference!!!

When I get discouraged, I play it really loud, and still have it on repeat.

I play it all night long while I am sleeping!!!

I play it all day, long, for hours and hours.

It still makes me and my husband just cry and weep, and it inspires us to pray hard.

I feel such a wonderful peace when i listen to that song.

I was going to reccomend it to people here.

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This has been my favorite song ever since I heard it the first time and I had no idea that suffering from Lyme Disease was the inspiration.

I recommend it to people too.

Have a great, blessed day!

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Wow! Thanks for posting that. I have a new favorite.

My son plays with the praise team at church. I'll have to start working on him about playing that one.

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linky, You must be so proud of your son and rightly so!

I know what you mean about that song. I'm looking forward to my church playing it. It's a great congregation sing song.

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