Tasha Cobbs Leonard – Gracefully Broken Lyrics

Tasha Cobbs Leonard – Gracefully Broken Lyrics
Tasha Cobbs Leonard – Gracefully Broken Lyrics

 

 

Tasha Cobbs Leonard – Gracefully Broken Lyrics

That will break you to position you
Break you to promote you
And break you to put you in your right place
But when He breaks you, He doesn’t hurt you, He doesn’t
When He breaks you, He doesn’t destroy
He does it with grace

Anybody been gracefully broken where
Thank You, Lord, thank You
So, Father, tonight we are broken before You
Thank You for handling us with grace
Just lift your worship right there in this moment

Take all I have in these hands and multiply
God, all that I am and find my heart
On the altar again, set me on fire
Set me on fire

Take all I have in these hands and multiply
God, all that I am and find my heart
On the altar again, set me on fire
Set me on fire

Here I am, God, arms wide open
Pourin’ out my life, gracefully broken

My heart stands in all of Your name
Your mighty love stands strong to the end
You will fulfill Your purpose in me
You won’t forsake, You will be with me

Here I am, God, arms wide open
Pourin’ out my life, gracefully broken
Here I am, God, arms wide open
Pourin’ out my life, gracefully broken

All to Jesus now
All to Jesus now
I’m holding nothin’ back
Holding nothin’ back

I surrender
I surrender
I surrender
I surrender

I surrender
I surrender
I surrender
I surrender

Your power at work in me
I’m broken gracefully
I’m strong when I am weak
I will be free

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Your power at work in me
I’m broken gracefully
I’m strong when I am weak
I will be free

Your power at work in me
I’m broken gracefully
I’m strong when I am weak
I will be free

Your power at work in me
I’m broken gracefully
I’m strong, I’m strong
I will be free, yeah

So, here I am, God, arms wide open
I’m right here
Pourin’ out my life, gracefully broken

“Tasha Cobbs Leonard” is a Georgia-based gospel singer, songwriter, and pastor who broke out in 2013 with the powerful Grammy Award-winning single “Break Every Chain.” Her musical success continued over subsequent chart-topping releases like 2015’s One Place Live, and the 2017 collaborative project Heart. Passion. Pursuit., and 2020’s Royalty: Live at the Ryman, even as she continued her ministry work as a pastor in Atlanta.

Growing up in Jesup, Georgia, she began her career leading worship at Jesup New Life Ministries, the family church founded by her father, Bishop Fritz Cobbs. In 2006, she accepted a job with Pastor William H. Murphy III and his dReam Center Church of Atlanta and spent three years touring the U.S. as part of his musical ministry.

In 2010 she launched her own solo career as a gospel artist with the album Smile, released independently on her own Tasha Cobbs Ministries label.

Cobbs’ career took off in 2013 when she signed with EMI and made her major-label debut with Grace. The album topped Billboard’s gospel chart and even crossed over to number 61 on the pop chart, while its lead single, “Break Every Chain,” became an even greater success and went on to earn a Grammy Award for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance.

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Two years later she moved to the Motown Gospel imprint for One Place Live, an album recorded live at the Redemption Church in Greenville, South Carolina. An even bigger success, it too reached number one on the gospel chart and hit number 28 on the Top 200.

In early 2017, Cobbs married music producer Kenneth Leonard, and months later she released her fourth album, Heart. Passion. Pursuit. A guest-heavy studio affair that featured gospel and CCM stars like Kierra Sheard and Anna Golden as well as an appearance from rapper Nicki Minaj, it proved to be yet another chart-topper and was captured the following year in a live version at Atlanta’s Passion City Church.

Her next project was the 2020 EP Intercession, whose four songs were recorded live at Nashville’s Ocean Way Studio. The Grammy-nominated Royalty: Live at the Ryman arrived later that year and included the gospel radio hit “In Spite of Me.” ~ David Jeffries & Timothy Monger