Jesus In Disguise

Album: Blue Mountain (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • The lead single from Brandon Heath's fourth album, Blue Mountain, this song is about finding faith in the everyday. "Jesus isn't always in the obvious," noted Heath. "But from busy city streets to the rural roads of 'Blue Mountain,' Jesus is always there to be found. You just have to know what to look for, and be willing to look for it. It's been a burden, it's still a burden for God to open my eyes, so much so that I'm still writing about it after all these years."

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  • Julia from By Myself But Never Alone ( Thank You Jesus ) In East Texas Usaamen to that ... thank you ... I am so new to accepting that Jesus and GOD really are for real REAL...... and it's a shaky two steps forward and one step backwards process for me.... heart felt gratitude to you for sharing your art , heart, & soul ...being a bit mentally challenged {me } it is not always easy for me to "hear" and "Get It " when God "speaks" but thru music i am able to hear, understand and sometimes even connect those elusive 'dots' ( lol ) THANK YOU and Thank You Jesus and God too ( amen ) :) and GOD Bless you always, and Angels all around and a big hug too ... thank you, for real.
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