Faith Hope and Love
Lucy Grimble today releases Nothing Can Separate, the latest single from her
forthcoming studio album: a song co-written and performed with Grammyaward winning songwriter and worship leader, Matt Redman.
Based on Romans 8:39-39, this congregational worship song is a powerful
reminder that nothing can take us from the love of God. At a time where the church feels dispersed and
isolated with many congregations still unable to physically meet together, this song is a timely reminder that
our faith is based on a love that can never be broken, regardless of the circumstances.
Lucy said: “The fact that God loves us regardless of our situations is difficult to fully wrap our heads around.
We are so used to a conditional form of love that always asks for something in return, or withholds itself if we
don’t “perform” or behave right”. But this is not the kind of love that the cross speaks about. The love that
Jesus shows us is one that is offered freely and without limits. It’s a love that stops at nothing. In the midst of
very challenging global circumstances, this is a love that we don’t just need for ourselves, but that we need
for one another too. So much seeks to divide us right now, but the grace and love of God is able to bring us
back together again – not just to be reconciled to Him, but to be reconciled to one another as well.”
Lucy adds: “It was such a joy to work with Matt on this song. He has such a gift for conveying powerful
truths and is a real father in worship. I really pray that people are blessed by what we wrote and that this
song becomes an anthem for the church – an anthem to the unconditional, life changing love of Jesus.”
About Lucy Grimble
Lucy has been writing songs for the church and
leading worship for many years, both as a solo
artist and with her talented band of musicians.
Lucy’s desire in worship and songwriting is to
create a space for anyone to encounter the love of
God. She has led worship across the UK and
Europe including David’s Tent, Big Church Day Out,
Open Skies in Ireland and Prom Praise at the Royal
Albert Hall. Lucy’s own worship flows from a place
of personal intimacy and consecration to God, out
of which she writes songs that carry a message of
freedom, hope and identity in Christ.
About Matt Redman
Matt Redman is married to Beth and they have
five children. His journey as a worship leader and
songwriter has taken him to countries such as
South Africa, Japan, India, Australia and the Czech
Republic. Along the way he has sung in venues
such as Madison Square Garden,
Wembley stadium, and the Royal Albert Hall – as
well as recording in iconic studios such as
Abbey Road in London and Capitol Records in LA.
Matt’s best known songs include The Heart of
Worship, Blessed Be Your Name, Our God – and
the double-Grammy winning 10,000 Reasons. More
recent co-writes include Do It Again and Build my