Story Behind The Song With Shane and Shane: “Though You Slay Me”

In this video Shane and Shane share the story behind their latest song “Though You Slay Me.” Check it out below!

Though You slay me
Yet I will praise You
Though You take from me
I will bless Your name
Though You ruin me
Still I will worship
Sing a song to the one who’s all I need

One Response

  • Cecilia Blaine wrote on January 7, 2014

    My son Richard, a few month's ago, found and shared with many of us, your song "Though You Slay Me" , as he felt deeply this was what he and his wife Carly were going through, along with many others. Their middle child, a bubbly "Princess" 2 yr old daughter "Ellie" was diagnosed with a rare brain cancer in February 2013 and after many treatments at St. Jude Hospital in TN they received the news that the cancer had spread and there was nothing else the doctors could do. From the very beginning Richard said that they believe Ellie was chosen by God for this and that they were chosen also - that there was a purpose and even though they/we don't understand - "whatever" happens they will glorify God however He chooses to heal her. This journey they shared has been amazing - through Ellie's page - "Ellie's Elite Prayers in Pink" and their blog "http://lifeontheblaineark.blogspot" (mostly written by Carly) God has been glorified continually and Jesus word was shared. With all the up's and down's , many people (from around the U.S. & other country's) saw Ellie's amazing spirit and smile but most of all they saw that her parents faith stayed strong and have have supported them in prayer and other ways. Most of all when God healed Ellie on December 22, 2013 we, their family and other's saw that their faith never waivered and many have been changed, some renewed their faith and other's found God. Cancer did not win - it deeply wounds but GOD heals. ...For God, who said,"Let light shine out of darkness," made His light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ........ so we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinth 6 & 18. If you read their pages, you will see why I wanted to share their faith and strength in God with you and why I am so blessed and proud of them.

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