Recently, the famous Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae gave all the glory to Jesus Christ after winning two Grammy’s in the Christian music category on Sunday night. The artist explained how Jesus was “using broken instruments to play healing music” while explaining that Christ was “my all in all in everything.”
Lecrae was awarded for Contemporary Christian Album with Church Clothes 4 and Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for “Your Power” with Tasha Cobb. The rapper expressed to the crowd his gratitude while thanking the Lord for his success.
“I don’t even have words at this point and time,” Lecrae said onstage after receiving the awards. “At the end of the day, so many people put so much hard work into this music, into this project. … Every single soul who touched this project, everybody who listened to it, enjoyed it, understand that, man, the gift that we all possess, like I said before, I have to give credit to the Lord Jesus for just being my all in all in everything, to allow me to speak the words that I have in art.”
Lecrae further thanked God for giving him the ability to use his talents as a force to spread the Gospel. The musician also touched on his aspirations to be a good father and bless his kids with the experiences he wished he had growing up.
“Everybody around you is made in the image of God; they all are made with an infinite worth of value and you are not more special than anybody else around you. Compared to God, we’re all in the same boat; we’re all a disaster,” he said.
The Christian artist continued to offer an inspiring message of humility, stating that he never wishes to become “drunk” with pride from his own accomplishments. “Humility is a sober perspective. Pride is when you’re just drunk, and I never want to be drunk on my own press clippings, my own accomplishments, my own achievements. Sometimes, it’s there when you’re trying to fight to figure out how to put yourself in the center of stuff. It’s like, ‘Oh, yeah, I need to drink some humility juice today because I’m fighting for me to be at the center,’” he added.