Natalie Grant is also sharing music with her fans. The powerhouse songstress is releasing one “song a day to keep the crazy away” with intimate acoustic performances alongside her husband, popular music producer Bernie Herms, who accompanies her on the piano every day.
“I’m so grateful for music. It really is medicine,” Grant said on Instagram. Along with some of her original music, Grant has performed for King and Country’s hit “Joy,” and the popular songs “His Eye on the Sparrow” and “It Is Well.”
While sharing her song “My Weapon” on social media, the award-winning singer also shared her honest reactions to all that’s happening as a result of the coronavirus.
“So today, it all started to hit for me. Heavy sadness for all those who’ve lost loved ones. Fear for my family members who are working in places where they’ve run out of masks and supplies. Uncertain as I’m suddenly unemployed. Though it’s a big hit, I’m so thankful that we will be OK,” she wrote in a caption.
“I can’t say the same for so many crew members, musicians, truck/bus drivers, production companies, not to mention young artists who needed these tours to survive. And so many of you who will suffer great financial hardships because of this virus. I’m anxious about my kids and school - 2 students from the girl’s [sic] school just tested positive for COVID-19 today. With Gracie’s asthma and weak lungs, I want this nasty virus to stay far away,” the mother of three continued.
Grant admitted that she was consumed by everything going on in the world and she needed to draw near to God because of it.
“Today it was all overwhelming. And so I worshipped. Because His presence is our greatest weapon. And my worship opens up the heavens and is the pathway to his presence. The struggle is real, as are the facts. But our God is real and He is ALIVE - and worship reminds us that we are fighting from victory, not for victory,” she added.