New Year’s Eve Song Sunday | For The Moments I Feel Faint (Relient K)

This song has been one of my favorites since I was a young teen. I find this song to be fitting to make its appearance on my blog the day before the New Year.

“For The Moments I Feel Faint,” by Relient K

How many times I have worshipped Christ with this song? How many times has He spoken to me through this song?

The number is too great to count.

Questioning if we have achieved all we can with Christ. Can we grow farther with Him? Wondering if we ever will be freed from the shadows and sin that plague our lives, and hurt our walk with Him.

No matter where we are, He is there. He is strong, and He can heal us.

Never underestimate Jesus.


Give this new year to Him, and remember what He has brought you through.

Happy New Year!

Relient K is an American Christian band.  Please check out their song below, and support their music on iTunes and YouTube.

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12 thoughts on “New Year’s Eve Song Sunday | For The Moments I Feel Faint (Relient K)

  1. This is a wonderful song T.R. Noble. and I love this song. I especially like the part in the song when it says,

    “Never underestimate my Jesus”

    As we go into the 2018 year, I will begin to reflect on what God has done for me this past year and carry that over.

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  2. Happy New Year to my friend, T.R. It has been a joy getting to know you this past year. May God strengthen you this year with his love and grace, and may he use you bountifully to spread his glorious message of freedom in Christ Jesus, our Lord. Amen!

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