Building 429’s “Blessing I Can’t See” | Fresh Friday

Building 429 has been a fan favorite in the Wilmington area since they got their start here in the early 2000s. They performed a fantastic concert at Port City Community Church last year and will be nearby in Lumberton in October. Just last month, they released a new EP, a short album including a few variations of their most recent hit, “Fear No More.” But one song on the EP, “Blessing I Can’t See,” stands out from the rest…

This upbeat song featuring Brook Deleary aims to turn the listener’s perspective from focusing on difficulties to considering the good things God has in store on the horizon. On Instagram, this is what the guys had to say about the song…

Have you ever felt like it's hard to understand what God is up to when you're faced with challenging circumstances? We definitely do. Our new song, "Blessing I Can't See (Feat Brooke Deleary)" is about that.

Even when we go through difficult times, we can have hope. Our God can turn any situation into something for our good and His glory. So instead of staring at the tough stuff, we can thank God for the blessings to come!

Don’t miss Building 429 in Lumberton, NC, on October 12. Get all the details here.

What do you think about this new song from Building 429? Let us know in the comments.

2 thoughts on “Building 429’s “Blessing I Can’t See” | Fresh Friday”

  1. I just heard this song today and it touched me. My husband if almost 48 years passed away in June 2019. He was a Vietnam combat injured veteran who died from his combat injuries. I am a Christian who believed he would be healed so when he suddenly passed I hit rock bottom and am still struggling with my faith.

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