Crowder, “Red Letters”

Contemporary Christian singer David Crowder has released “Red Letters” from his new album, “I Know A Ghost.”

What I love about this song is that Crowder’s distinctive voice is on full effect on this passionate ballad. Lyrically and thematically, “Red Letters” is one of his best. Actually, Crowder’s been on point lately–his “All My Hope” with Tauren Wells was my second-favourite song of 2018–and “Red Letters” is a phenomenal follow-up.

RED LETTERS Lyrics
David Crowder

LYRICS: There I was on death row
Guilty in the first degree
Son of God hanging on a hill
Hell was my destiny
The crowd was shouting crucify
Could’ve come from these lips of mine
The dirty shame was killing me
It would take a miracle to wash me clean

Then I read the red letters
And the ground began to shake
The prison walls started falling
And I became a free man that day

Felt like lightning hit my veins
My dead heart began to beat
Breath of God filled my lungs
And the Holy Ghost awakened me
Yeah, the Holy Ghost awakened me

When I read the red letters
And the ground began to shake
The prison walls started falling
And I became a free man that day

For God so loved the whole wide world
Sent his only Son to die for me
Arms spread wide for the whole wide world
His arms spread wide where mine should be
Jesus changed my destiny

Thank You, God, for red letters
When the ground began to shake
The prison walls started falling
And I became a free man that day
The prison walls started falling
And I am a free man today