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Watch Selah Perform “Unredeemed” on K-LOVE

Hey everyone,

Lisa Williams from K-Love invited us to be on the morning show with her and Eric Allan. It was one of the most meaningful interviews we’ve done in a long time. I shared about how Angie and I had lost Audrey, and Lisa shared how she had miscarried this past year. The song (Unredeemed) we are singing is from our new CD You Deliver Me. We have performed it many times over the past six months, and it sums up what so many of us are feeling and hoping for.

That one day God will wipe every tear, that He will make sense of the pain and tragedy in our lives, and that He will one day redeem what has been unredeemed.


26 Responses to “Watch Selah Perform “Unredeemed” on K-LOVE”

  1. Heather Winkelman says:

    I just finished watching the video of you performing “Unredeemed” and I must say that God has brought together the three most amazing and truly gifted musicians! Listening to the music and your voices brings me to tears (not in a bad way :)) every time I listen to you. And to watch you is even more touching…I’ve seen you in concert a few times and it is always a time of true worship! Thanks for sharing your gifts! I can’t wait to get the new CD!

  2. Wendi SMith says:

    I have to agree with Heather. God has given you all a wonderful gift. I love your music and at times it makes me want to cry because God is so GOOD! I went to your concert in Fort Wayne and heard you preform this song live. My best friend was with me and she has had a miscarriage. It helped me have a softer heart for her. Thank you for using your talents for the Lord!! I too am looking forward to your new cd!

  3. Kristina says:

    LOVE IT!!! I keep listening to it over and over again. What a beautiful song!!!

  4. Carolyn says:

    I have to say how touched I was by the concert. I had never really listened to any of your music, but knew a few songs played on K-love. But when Amy told her story about feeling bad about her weight and wanting to be loved for her, I got a tear in my eye. I am heavy as well and find it unbelievable how judgmental “Christians” are. But as she did I carry on. I was wondering though if there will be a recording of Amy singing bless the broken road? Although Melody has a nice voice it just doesn’t compare to Amy. Anyway, it is just thought and I do hope that you add to a CD soon. Thank you and God bless!!

  5. Beatriz Rajacic says:

    God bless you when this letter reaches you and after. God has used you tremendously and I wanted to thank you for allowing him to do so. In my life the song “Oh Draw Me Lord” has made such an impact. Having gone through so much as young girl and now trying to get my life on track with the Lord as a 34 year old mother and wife, this song inspires me daily. He is close and aware of everything we go through in life. He is our father. For a while I thought I didn’t matter to him but after reading the word and listening to music that melted my heart (your song), I have been able to see God in a totally different way. I yearn to serve him and hope to meet you all one day to say hello and thank you personally.

    Yours in Christ,
    Beatriz Rajacic & Family

  6. Melvin says:

    April 2007 Chad Cates shared this song at our sons memorial service. There has never been a song that I have ever felt so connected to and I still fall apart as I see you so passionately express through song. I am excited to see you use this song and will pray for the hearts that will be soothed and refocussed as they entrust whatever is unredeemed. God bless. (

  7. Esther says:

    Thank you for sharing and being open about your lives. I can’t imagine the pain of losing a child. I have never lost any of my children that I gave birth to but recently me and my husband put ourselves out there to be available for the Lord to use us in adopting. We started to look at agencies and quickly realized being in the full time ministry we didn’t qualify finacially to adopt that way. My husband said he always felt that God would just bring a baby to us and he wanted to wait on that, so we did and one week later a young a girl that was a student at our school was expecting and she came to us that she wanted to give the baby up for adoption and she had peace about us being the parents. Long story short, she led us on for several months, God kept reminding me that He was in control and I didn’t need to trust what this young girl was doing but I needed to trust in Him and I needed to love this girl. After five months of a rollar coaster of trying not to get our hopes up she confessed that she had signed up with an agency and had picked another family. Still God said to love her, I wanted to have nothing to do with her but through this whole thing God kept reminding me to keep my motives pure and shine His light wether I get the baby or not and that this young mother needs Jesus. I feel like I have lost a child that I never met but will continue to pray for him. The Lord knows what is best for us even though we don’t understand the pain, but through pain comes growth and with growth comes a closer relationship with Christ. Thank you for all your encouraging music. I listen to it everymorning to get my day going.

  8. Esther says:

    Thank you for sharing so openly about you lives. Me and my husband have recently lost a child through a adoption that fell through. Thank you for reminding us that nothing goes unnoticed by our Lord.

  9. Jane W says:

    My husband and I had planned for months to attend the WFCJ Concert in the Park in Dayton OH on July 18. My husband, however, had a heart attack on July 6 followed by by-pass surgery on July 9. He was feeling well on the night of the concert, but not yet strong enough to come with me. He insisted that I go to the concert without him.
    Reluctantly I left him with our daughter, and Selah’s music ministered Jesus’ healing to my soul. They sang “Unredeemed” and I thought of all that my husband had faced in the past 2 years- unemployment, then a job followed by a demotion and unbelievable stress, and now the health issues. I said to myself “One day all of his pain and suffering will be redeemed, Jesus.” I felt a great peace in my heart that his suffering for his family was not in vain.
    Little did I know that 3 days later I would lose my love of 34 years to complications from the surgery. Within 24 hours after his death, he visited both my daughters, assuring them of his place in heaven, his great joy, and his wish that all people might come to know the Lord.
    In spite of my great grief, God has given me this song as assurance that He will redeem all things in our life after this earth. I praise God for the gift of music that ministers to our souls when words cannot, and for your (Selah’s) faithfulness to serve Him. May God bless you.

  10. Stephie says:

    Selah, this is a powerful and beautiful song ‘Unredeemed’. I have seen in my own life the broken places in my life that God has allowed. He has received glory through the incredible ways that He has worked in those places which He has redeemed. He receives honour and glory when we continue to run to Him as our shelter and hiding place. I look forward to buying your next album. Continue to seek Him with all of your hearts.

  11. courtney says:

    I cried so hard when I listened to you on Klove and shared your story with friends. Unredeemed is what this world needs… To know that nothing goes unredeemed and in HIS plan we can find peace. Your song speaks to so many. I have shared on my facebook and emailed the you tube video to everyone I know. God has blessed you with an amazing talent not only to sing but to make us feel HIS words. I am blessed because of this song and can relate to it so well. Thank you for sharing your love for the LORD through your music.

  12. Jovie Corona says:

    Wow! God did it again, what a wonderful ministrying song Unredeemed is, I know it will touch the hearts of others as it did mind. The first time I ever heard your music, was one of the lowest times of my life. It was the song “Press On”, I was driving around (really no place to go) when the song came on the radio. I had just cried out to the Lord saying Lord: “I can’t go on!” Then your song came on. Yes I did Pres on and saw God.s glory. Ever since I have been hooked on to your songs. So now I add another to my collection. Thanks be to God for your wonderful talent.
    Love u guys..

  13. Tara Glanz says:

    This was the first time I’ve heard “Unredeemed”, and as usual in my life, the Lord brought it to me at the perfect time. Today I was under heavy attack from the enemy and naturally was quite upset at the end of the day. I started crying out to the Lord. He gave me this song as a precious reminder. Thank you for singing what God has placed in your hearts. I love your music (Got to say the Duets Album and the Hymns album are my two favorites!)
    Much love in Him!

  14. Donna says:

    I have your CD of the old hymns. My son has had to endure lots of medical testing in the last few months. We were on our way to the nurologist several weeks ago. The song “His Eye is On the Sparrow” started to play. Immediately, you could sense a comforting presence in the car. Josh looked at me and said, “Mom, that song hits the spots. I know I’m going to be ok.” I haven’t taken the CD out of the player and knowing his eye his on the sparrow and I know he watches me is still giving me the comfort I need to walk on. Be blessed today and know what you do is such a source of encouragement for others.

  15. Kathy Hogan says:

    For many years I have said that Selah music is the soundtrack of my life. From “Press On” to “Hold On a Little While Longer” to “You Raise Me Up” I have been so buoyed up and inspired and empowered to walk the road God has given me. Now I add “Unredeemed” to that list.

    Only in glory will you know what a ministry this music has been in my life. Thank you for using your gifts to glorify Him and to minister to a hurting world and all the “places where grace is.”

  16. Sandra says:

    Your music touches many hearts, mine included. Due to “bandwidth issues”, this cannot be downloaded so I’ll just have to purchase the CD. -smile-
    Please, would you consider recording ‘O God Who Shaped Creation’ by William W. Reid, Jr. and ‘Happy The Home When God Is There’ by Henry Ware, Jr.? The first song written 1987, the second in 1846; both have lovely, meaningful lyrics. They are printed on my blog, Aug 9, 2009 under Sabbath Keeping. I have no personal interest other than they seem to be the type of song that appeals to Selah and you do so well.
    Many thanks for your consideration.

  17. Jennifer says:

    Love K-LOVE, but missed this… it is so beautiful! What an amzing group of God blessed talented people! I am looking forward to your new CD is, I’m sure it will be full of inspiring music… only a few days now! YEA!!

  18. John Perez says:

    Thank you Selah. Your music is beautiful. I have all your CD,s and just pre-ordered your new one. After ten years of hearing your songs, I still get some tears in my eyes, and this is from a Vietnam Vet. I have had the privilege of seeing two of their concerts in California. If you get a chance to see them, PLEASE, PLEASE DO SO. I thank the Lord for Selah.

  19. Anne Piper says:

    Wow, more than just song……So much is is spoken through their words….I think of my life, the choices I’ve made, where I am now…..Being reminded that GOD will redeem them all….What hope and promise…..As I pass them on to all the people in my life, I am so thankful that God can use anything we give to him…..It’s so not about just us……I am amazed by his grace in our ungracious places……

  20. Kaija Paddock says:

    My husband and I have never before been excited about a godly singing group as we are with you guys! We have been to 3 of your concerts and it is refreshing every time. You are all so real and down to earth. No songs have blessed us both so much in our lives and to God be the glory for bringing wonderful godly people together who can minister so much through singing! Thank you for opening up your lives and sharing to others, as I truly believe that makes a huge impact on other’s lives. We have had 3 miscarriages (4 babies in Heaven!)but 3 wonderful, healthy boys that God has chosen for us to keep and we are at peace with that because His ways are better than ours and higher than ours. What a blessing this song is to so many lives. Thank you for answering God’s call and allowing yourselves to be vulnerable to minister to others!

  21. I just bought your new CD tonight, so I have something to listen to on my flight to Paris, France.
    Nicole didn’t put her voice on it; I kind of miss her “sassiness” on it, but I still like your CD, for it has your originality.
    May the Almighty God be with you and bless your families and ministries, amen.
    Take care,

  22. gloria says:

    I recently was introduced to your music from a friend. Oh my!! I am “hooked”! Already went out and purchased 2 of your CDs!

    God bless you!!!!

    Gloria in MO fav so far: Press On.. In jesus’ name press on!

  23. Shelley says:

    God speaks through each one of your songs but no so much as You Delever. For me, it means so much at this point in my life. Thank you for being His voice to so many hurting people. We love you and we love the Lord with all of our hearts.

  24. Sue says:

    Thank you for that gift

  25. Vernie says:

    The most beautiful touching song I’ve heard in a long time! I must have this cd! Thank you and thank God!

  26. Rich Emanuel says:

    I heard this song on Faith Radio (Montgomery, AL) on the way to work a couple of months ago and I just can’t get enough of it. What a beautiful song and a truly awesome message about how God takes the broken things in our lives and performs his mysterious, miraculous work of redemption.

    This is one of those songs that touches the very core and heart of the people of God.

    He has orchestrated three people coming together with talents He has given them to bring glory and honor to Him through a very special song.

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