As You Find Me


  • Hillsong United leader Joel Houston shared that part of the message of the People album is "accepting that we are flawed - but that God is madly in love with us."

    "As You Find Me," featuring lead vocals from Hillsong worship leader Tulele Faletolu, is a declaration of God's unrelenting love and grace for all humanity.

    Somehow this kind of love is who You are
    It's a grace I could never add up
    To be somebody You still want
    But somehow
    You love me as You find me

    Telling the story of the song Joel Houston explained how his own second-guessing and loss of confidence eventually led to "understanding there is a very human side to who we are," and that we need God's love "more than anything."

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  • Alex Kampamba from ZambiaI can only remember the versatile voice, so sweet in in early 2000s. Greatly miss his voice. That voice contributed to my making.
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