Corban Erbele – Death to Life
Written in a period where Erbele was at his most minimal from a chaotic separation, “Demise to Life” was enlivened by the differentiation between agony and harmony and established in sacred text from Ephesians 2:1-10.
“Thinking back on a relationship that caused the aggravation I was encountering, the experience carried me to a spot where my relationship with Christ developed,” Erbele said. “While shouting out to God, obviously I had set [my ex-girlfriend] over the Lord in my life. In the wake of understanding this, I discovered a lasting sense of reconciliation in the way that the Lord is the person who is consistent and won’t be the person who double-crosses. He is the person who adores genuinely.”
With helpless, appealing verses sung to God, the tune is significantly more unique to the craftsman because the instrumentation was composed close by his sibling, Cameron Adam Erbele.
At the point when I’m with you, I feel so invigorated
You had rejuvenated me back from death
I don’t require only your light
Erbele decided to share “Demise to Life” with audience members even before it was a demo, realizing that it could act as a supportive and empowering update that God is the person who gives life.
“Whatever torment or season that we end up in the Lord is still great,” said Erbele. “In anything torment, we might feel in this life, we can, in any case, see the decency of God amidst everything.”
The craftsman trusts the single assists audience members with knowing that if/when they take their eyes off the Lord and end up in a position of torment, the Lord isn’t there to deprecate that aggravation, rather He is holding up with great enthusiasm. He needs to support audience members by advising them that delight and harmony accompany the presence of Christ.