Reba McEntire’s New Song Praises God, Explains How to Make America Great Again

Less than two years ago, country music superstar Reba McEntire and her husband of 26 years announced their separation. Well, McEntire revealed what has inspired her during the most tragic time of her life.

Her new single, “Back to God,” is already a smash-hit and climbing the music charts. Atheists and liberals won’t like the message.

It is clear that America is going through a dramatic change. The 2016 election of President Donald Trump is a rejection of “political correctness.” No longer is America going to allow liberals to ban religion or God in our schools and communities.

The song’s lyrics takes direct aim at the liberal philosophy which has made America less safe.

With so much tragedy in the world, the song reminds us we must pray because “we’re still worth saving, we can’t go on like this and live like this, we can’t love like this, we gotta give this world back to God.”

The song continues, “You gotta get down on your knees, believe, fold your hands and beg and plead, you gotta keep on praying.”

This is fantastic!

As Reba explained to the Christian Post, atheists and people uncomfortable with Church need to lighten up:

McEntire: I just feel like the people who are discouraged about religion, it’s [really] the connotation of people that go to church. People that go to church love the Lord and they like to be around people who love the Lord. It’s a fellowship and it’s a growth and it’s a feeding for them that when they’re in a social group of people who believe, it makes them grow spiritually.

People who don’t believe in the religious connotation feel like if they’re in the religious sector in that group that they will not be able to have any fun anymore. I totally disagree with that theory. I don’t see where it has to be black or white. Why can’t it just be in the middle? And everybody still have a great time talking about the Lord, enjoying that fellowship in a group Bible study and still enjoy life. Why can’t it be in the middle where everybody is comfortable? Loving the Lord, praising everything that He does for us, and just loosen up.

How refreshing! While so many entertainers are liberal, secular activists, Reba McEntire is standing with the millions of Americans who voted for Trump and go to church every Sunday. These are American values, and Reba is proud of her Christian faith.

Here are the powerful lyrics which remind us exactly how to make America great again:

Oh have you looked around
Have you heard the sound
Of Mama’s cryin’
Or do you turn away
When you see the face
Of the innocent dyin’
In these darkest days
Are you not afraid
That it’s too late

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
Gotta keep on praying
You gotta cry, rain tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we’re still worth saving
Can’t go on like this and live like this
We can’t love like this
We gotta give this world back to God

Have you lost a love?
Do you feel like givin’ up?
Has your heart been broken?
Are your kids okay?
Will they come home safe?
Do you lie there hoping?
You can make a wish, you knock on wood
Oh it won’t do no good

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
You gotta keep on praying
You gotta cry, rain tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we’re still worth saving
We can’t go on like this and live like this
We can’t love like this
We gotta give this world back to God

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
Keep on praying
You gotta cry, rain tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we’re still worth saving
Can’t go on like this and live like this
We can’t love like this
You can hope the best
Make a wish
The only answer is

We give this world back to God
Oh, give it back

Thank you, Reba!

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