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He Makes All Things New (Music Video)

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When we thought all was lost, redemption came to sing

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“When we thought all was lost, redemption came to sing.”

Catholic country singer Teresa Peterson is back with a brand-new video for her song “He Makes All Things New.” It’s a perfect song for Divine Mercy and the Easter season.

Teresa shared with us the inspiration for the song: “As I was writing for my EP, Freely, Fully, I was brought back to a scene in The Passion of the Christ where Jesus falls carrying the cross, and as he gets up, he and his mother look at each other and they have this moment. As he gains his footing, he says, ‘See, Mother, I make all things new.’ It’s a scene I’ve never forgotten. Since I was in the middle of experiencing my own personal resurrection with music, I wanted to write something that reflected the hopeful joy in being made into a new creation.”

You can pick up Teresa’s latest EP, Freely, Fully, on iTunes.

—Libby Reichert

 

 

 

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