At first glance, one might think someone is using our Lord's name in vain. But David Crowder wrote this song with all reverence to Him.

The word “Almighty” conveys the idea that God is an all-powerful being. Almighty is translated from the Hebrew language of “El Shaddai.”

As a student at Baylor University, Crowder said he was surprised how many students at a Christian college didn't go to church.

During the height of the Covid lockdown, Crowder said he wanted to make the message clear that no matter what is happening or what the future holds, God is still God.

“Whether we're on the mountaintop or in the wilderness, God is good and on the throne,” Crowder said. “To sing this declaration of truth during the pandemic and beyond is what we need. That's what I needed. I need to be singing His declaration of truth in these difficult moments.”

The song begins with “I can't count the times I've called Your name some broken night/And You showed up and patched me up like You do every time/I get amnesia, I forget that You keep coming around/Yeah, ain't no way You'll ever let me down (me down).”

The refrain continues with “Good God almighty/I hope You'll find me/Praising Your name no matter what comes/'Cause I know where I'd be without Your mercy/So I keep praising Your name at the top of my lungs.”

What a witness Crowder is. I know when I hear it, it brings my spirits up. It's got a great message with a wonderful upbeat melody.

May be all remember how good our God is.

Information provided by Wikipedia and Songsfacts.