Promise Blender

Album: Skillet (1996)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song from Skillet's debut album deals with frontman John Cooper's faith. Ken Steorts, the band's guitarist at the time, told jesusfreakhideout.com: "'Promise Blender' is John's testimony of making promises to God, but He sees all we do and knows we can't keep our promises. He takes them in His mercy and mixes them up in Himself."

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