Evan Craft is no stranger to the KAMB listening family. With songs such as Desesperado and Be Alright, this Christian artist has become a familiar voice at our station, and we are pleased to introduce more of his music. As you scroll through this page, you’ll find out about his life, his career, and our take on his latest single, Fight On My Knees.
Evan Craft was 12 years old when he learned how to play the guitar. He began writing his own songs and performing soon after. As his music talents developed, Craft also dedicated himself to learning Spanish. His language skills enabled him to help his father run a homeless shelter in LA, and he later continued his linguistic studies in college. Craft enrolled in schools in Spain and Costa Rica and started writing songs in Spanish soon after. After the release of Yo Soy Segundo (2012), his first Spanish album, Craft traveled around Spanish churches, schools, and orphanages with some friends to share the evangelical message. As his passions for music, Spanish, people, and God continued to combine, Craft started posting videos on YouTube. By 2015, he had released an album, his EP Jovenes Somos (2014), and had translated his English music into Spanish. These successes coupled with his YouTube presence gave him opportunities to tour in churches and other locations across Latin America between 2014-2015.
Since then, Craft has released two other albums, Principio y Fin and Impulso, and has collaborated with many other Christian artists. He also continues to act on his passions for building community and reaching people. One way Craft does this is by dedicating resources to Mi Casa, a homeless shelter he co-founded in LA. Another is by writing new music that anyone who listens can enjoy. Craft’s latest release is his new single, Fight On My Knees.
Fight On My Knees
All of us encounter disappointment, frustration, and hardship throughout our lives. Often, we try to manage our emotions or take control of the situation even when there’s nothing we can do. Yet, even when we know that to be true, it’s still difficult to accept help. Fight On My Knees is Evan Craft’s way of reminding us where to turn when we face those battles. Rather than seeing prayer and surrender to God as signs of weakness, we need to remember that this is when God can most use us. This is when God can speak most clearly to us. In the song, Craft sings “Help me to remember, my help comes from Heaven / God, when I surrender, I find all I need”. Prayer isn’t admitting loss, it’s admitting that we need the One who’s greater to step in and help us. It’s choosing to turn to God rather than ourselves. And sometimes, it’s realizing that prayer for and of others is just as powerful. By entitling the song Fight On My Knees, Craft reminds us that this is the best thing we can possibly choose. Prayer keeps us close to God so that He can position us for His victory.
“Fight on My Knees reminds me that people have supported me in prayer throughout my life. So whether you or someone you love is far from God or needs prayer and support in a hard time, Heaven hears our prayers. Faith moves mountains, so let God fight your battle!”Evan Craft
Official Lyric Music Video of Fight On My Knees
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[Intro] (I fight on my knees) [Verse 1] Sometimes we feel so lost, we think we'll never be found Sometimes we build our plans but then they fall to the ground You might not know it, but somebody's been prayin' for this very moment Feels like a whisper, but in Heaven it's loud [Pre-Chorus] Oh Don't give up, don't give up on the ones you love Oh Just a little faith is enough [Chorus] Help me to remember, my help comes from Heaven God, when I surrender, I find all I need Strength in evеry weakness, in the Namе of Jesus Oh, it's not a secret, I fight on my knees I fight on my knees [Post-Chorus] (Prayers go up) (I fight on my knees) [Verse 2] When I was younger, I was runnin' like a prodigal My mama prayin' every night that God would save my soul Even in the dark, He never ever let me go I hit the wall face-to-face with the Holy Ghost Where would I be without God's good mercy? So let me tell you my testimony There's someone prayin' for you everyday Now that's amazing grace, and we're singin' like [Pre-Chorus] Oh Don't give up, don't give up on the ones that you love We're singin' like oh Just a little faith is enough [Chorus] Help me to remember, my help comes from Heaven God, when I surrender, I find all I need Strength in every weakness, in the Name of Jesus (In the Name of Jesus) Oh, it's not a secret, I fight on my knees I fight on my knees [Bridge] When the prayers go up, Heaven comes down So don't give up, don't give up now When the prayers go up, the lost will be found (Come on) So don't give up now [Chorus] Oh, help us to remember, our help comes from Heaven God, when we surrender, we find all we need Oh, strength in every weakness, in the Name of Jesus Oh, it's not a secret, I fight on my knees (Tell the world that, tell the world that) We fight on our knees [Outro] When the prayers go up (Lift your prayers up) (I fight on my knees) So don't give up (I fight on my knees)
Ephesians 6:11-18 The armor of God.
Philippians 4:6 Take everything to God; “don’t be anxious”.
Jeremiah 29:12 God hears our prayers.
James 5:13-20 The power of faithful prayer.
After listening to Fight On My Knees, we invite you to spend some time in prayer. Bring whatever is weighing on your heart to God and let Him lead you through it. In the song, Evan Craft also sings about the impact that prayer from someone else can have on a person’s life. This can be taken as a call for each of us to keep praying for our loved ones, and it can also lead us to ask for prayer from someone else. If you find yourself in need of prayer from a fellow believer, reach out to someone you trust. Whether it’s with a friend, a family member, or someone here at KAMB, lean into the power of prayer.
You can find other songs and artists like Fight On My Knees and Evan Craft on KAMB, as well. Our Ways To Listen and Where to Listen pages are great places to find other listening options. As you continue with your week, remember to pray and to seek God’s counsel. He’s here for you, and so are we. God bless.