Shep the shepherd talks about some serious things that he dealt with and still does in, “Sumn Days.” Shep references a blindsided Church hurt, a deep depression he was in to where he even contemplated checking out.
“The feedback I have been getting is that people relate to it because it’s real, and I feel like I pointed them to Christ from my darkest hour.” Shep
Visualy clean outside, inward bloody.
Opposite of how Christ died, he’s oh so lovely./
Took my sin, exchanged for whole new cov-en-ant.
Faith in him, he’s gracious, Jesus is ru-di-ment./