Inspirational Music

Posted by: lifestory in Music

Tagged in: transformation , meaning , hope , depression , anger

 Lead singer of the band Flyleaf, Lacey Mosley, tells her amazing story of grace and healing


Mosley, born in Texas, 1981, grew up in a fatherless household with 5 siblings, leading to a tumultuous life of drugs, anger and depression. When a fight she had with her mother led to the police being called, teenaged Mosley was forced to move out and live with her grandparents in Mississippi.

Completely cut off from her old life, she hit rock bottom, beginning plans for suicide. Mosley's grandmother saw the girl's distress and pleaded for her to attend church. That first church service changed Mosley's life forever.

"I know that the Lord is speaking to you," a deacon at the church told Mosley, " And I know that you have this hurt in your heart, that you don't think anything can fix it, but God wants to take that away." Mosley was struck with God's love and healing, and ended any plans of suicide. 

Now, Mosley is the singer and song writer for the popular band Flyleaf. She is able to connect with her fans by putting her personal experiences into her music, helping those who are struggling to see that there is hope, and that there is a God out there who loves them. "All the glory goes to him," she says, "I wouldn't take one day back."



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Comments (3)Add Comment
March 08, 2010

Thank you for this - I'll be sharing with many - I want to start sharing like you have! Thank you little sister! much love!

January 13, 2011

Great video.
Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red has talked about finding religion in an interview. Here's the link.


February 18, 2012

This is very inspiring. I really love Lacey and I feel her pain, and I just thought that her story was EXTREMELY inspiring and uplifting. Thanks for sharing.

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