It may be gloomy and dark outside lately, but we know where our light comes from. When you turn on KAMB we pray you are filled with the light and hope of Jesus, its what we need. Terrian sings about just that in her newest hit, Honestly, We Just Need Jesus, here it now wherever you listen to KAMB.
Terrian’s musical journey began in Memphis, Tennessee where she connected with the organization AngelStreet as a senior in high school. AngelStreet is a non-profit that provides musical development opportunities to young women with limited access to such artistic growth. On her website, Terrian writes, “I believe the Lord uses music to connect us to Him and to one another.” Terrian lived this belief through her time at AngelStreet and continues to do so now as a CCM artist. Since releasing “God with Us” in 2019, Terrian has recorded several other songs and toured with artists Cochren & Co. and TobyMac. Because of her life-changing experiences through AngelStreet, Terrian encourages people to support the organization’s mission to serve young women. She has also successfully reflected the Lord’s blessings in her life through her music. Terrian’s latest single is her song Honestly, We Just Need Jesus.
Honestly, We Just Need Jesus
Honestly, We Just Need Jesus is a reminder that without Jesus in our lives and in our world, chaos is inevitable. We need God, we need someone who offers us peace, we need someone who forgives, we need someone who gives us hope, and Jesus is ALL of that and so much more. Terrian wants to give that message to people because Honestly, We Just Need Jesus.
“This song is me taking a look in the mirror and recognizing I don’t have the solution – but I know the person, though, who has the solution to the pain, the anxiety, the hurt that plagues our world, and his name is Jesus,” Terrian said.
While most might be trying to find answers for their problems IN this world, Terrian reminds us that Jesus is the only one with the answers. He is not of this world and he is the only one who can deliver us from it. I pray you listen to the words and let them sink into your heart, because she is right, Honestly We Just Need Jesus!
Terrian – Honestly, We Just Need Jesus
Check out Terrian’s music video for Honestly, We Just Need Jesus, now!
I got a front row seat to the madness I pick up my phone every morning out of habit I've been fiendin' for the drama Yeah I said it I'm addicted to the rush need a medic When I take a step back I can see it All the pain all the fear we've been feeling Losing sight of the thing that we're needing That we're needing Honestly, I think we just need Jesus Honestly, I think we just need Jesus Have we all gone mad Have we lost our minds What used to be wrong We say that it's right Honestly, I think we just need Jesus Take a good long look in the mirror Search my heart and soul make it clearer Help me take your love, trade the bitter Leave it in the dust, help me leave it in the dust Lord We've been preaching we've been drinking in the vanity Now it's got us questioning our sanity And we wonder how we get all this anxiety It's clear to me Honestly, I think we just need Jesus (Jesus) Honestly, I think we just need Jesus (Jesus) Have we all gone mad Have we lost our minds What used to be wrong We say that it's right Honestly, I think we just need Jesus We turn away We're running back to you Covered in grace God you can make us new We turn away We're running back to you Covered in grace God you can make us new Honestly, we need we need you Jesus (We need you Jesus) Honestly, we need we need you Jesus (We need you) Have we all gone mad Have we lost our minds What used to be wrong We say that it's right Honestly we need we need you Jesus Oh Jesus Jesus We need you Jesus Oh Jesus Jesus Jesus We're running back to you oh Yeah Jesus Make us new
Before You Go…
While you are in your car, or staying warm in your home, remember to listen to KAMB. You’ll find other songs like Honestly, We Just Need Jesus and artists like Terrian to encourage you to draw closer to the Lord. For more listening options, check out our Ways to Listen and Where to Listen pages. You can also find more about Terrian by visiting her website.