Impossible

Album: Unashamed (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the lead single from Unashamed, Building 429's ninth studio album. The band opened the 46th annual Gospel Music Association Dove Awards with a performance of the song. "We're an impossibility," lead vocalist Jason Roy told Billboard magazine backstage. "We shouldn't be here. We've been here 15 years doing this and it's a miracle we're still here. God has allowed us to do some unbelievable things."

    "Every time we see these big old mountains and we think they're not going to move, but often times the mountain in the way is just a doorway through which God walks and shows himself faithful time and time again," he added. "We wrote that song because we believe there's power. With God all things are possible."

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