Brandon Lake’s Seen Miracles “Too Good To Not Believe”

Posted on Monday, November 8, 2021 by Lindsay Williams

Brandon Lake "Too Good To Not Believe"

Faith is often less about sight and more about trust in a God we can’t see. But sometimes, the evidence of His faithfulness is so tangible it’s simply “Too Good To Not Believe.” And that’s exactly what singer, songwriter and worship leader @Brandon Lake declares on his latest single, which features Jenn Johnson.

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“Too Good To Not Believe”—penned by Lake, @Cody Carnes, Joshua Silverberg and @UNITED's Chris Davenport—was born out of the co-writers’ firsthand experiences, as they’ve witnessed the healing, miraculous power of God in their own lives and the lives of those around them. The chorus proclaims, “You’re the wonder-working God. All the miracles I’ve seen. Too good to not believe.”

“I couldn’t be more excited and expectant about this song. It’s increased my faith and helped me to believe for more. I pray it does the same for you,” shares Lake. “The God of the Bible is still the wonder-working God who is alive and moving today on this earth healing, redeeming, resurrecting and restoring. There’s nothing that our God can’t do. Name it. Don’t you tell me He can’t do it.”

Lake originally recorded an iteration of the song with Carnes. His most recent version with Johnson gives a new dimension to the soaring anthem with the addition of a female vocal.

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Recently named “Songwriter of the Year (Artist)” by the Gospel Music Association (GMA) at the 52nd annual GMA Dove Awards, Lake has contributed to a number of impactful recordings over the course of the past few years. He’s collaborated on tracks with @Chris Tomlin, @Phil Wickham, @Maverick City Music and @Matt Redman, among others. Most notably, he’s the featured lead vocalist on @Elevation Worship’s juggernaut “Graves Into Gardens,” which he co-wrote.

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As a solo artist, his recent projects include 2020’s poignant House of Miracles and this year’s five-track EP, Almond Eyes, an anniversary gift for his wife of 10 years. This fall, catch the award-winning artist on the road with Wickham and @Pat Barrett on the “Singalong Tour.”

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