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Lub piper nce tej

Lub dawm phau tshiab, Nce, Yog tias tam sim no! Nyeem John Pipernws tej kev rau phau ntawv nram qab no. Koj tau tos yuam kom cov phau ntawv thiab nrhiav kev paub ntxiv ntawm Risebook.tv

Yog ib yam tseem ceeb uas kuv nyiam txog hli mus txawv tebchaws thiab nws phau ntawv, Nce, yog tus interplay reverence thiab qhov tseeb.

Tus taw ntawm qhov tseeb nyob rau American culture yog hom. Yog laj ubiquitous. Raws li hais Mack Stiles, Feem ntau cov Christians nyob hauv lub ntiaj teb yuav ntshai lub nyuas o ua nrig; Neeg Mis Kas ntshai lub nyuas o ua plaub muag. Nws txhais tau hais tias peb yeej tsis txias. Tsis ncav.

Tiam sis tus tsom hauv reverence no tsis tshua muaj. Reverence yim qub. Nws pom tau tias unexciting. Yog tsis txias. Tab sis sawv daws yeej paub, deep down, uas thaum reverence mus, tag nrho cov tib neeg lub neej yuav ntau ntau hom yeeb yam. Nyias. Glib. Ntiav. Yas. Npliag. Thaum kawg, meaningless.

Peb tau ua rau ntau tshaj. "Laj yog fickle, thiab peb yuav ua neej nyob nws "— cov lus muaj dawm lis. Nraim. Sim yuav nyob tos kom txias, cia li yuav tsis ncav, yog tsis. Thiab muaj dawm hli lub suab quaj, Nce!

Yog li ntawd, ntau yam ntxiv saib, los paub, hlub, los yeej zoo siab. Muaj ntau txog neej uas yog lawv tsis tau raug txiav zoo li ntawd, yuav muaj kev lom zem. The words “fun” “blast” “ball” “party” sound silly in the

Qhov nce phau ntawv hais txog dab tsi?

Cov neeg tau kom koj mus txawv tebchaws nws phau ntawv tshiab hais txog dab tsi. Ntawm no nws yog tham txog qhov uas me. Koj yuav kawm ntxiv txog phau ntawv ntawm Risebook.tv

Book Excerpt: Don’t Envy the Bench

I played varsity basketball in high school. That’s a completely true statement (unless you force me to define the word play). I attended a small private school, and if you were a senior you got a spot on the varsity team. I love the game of basketball, but I’m a lot better at watching it than playing it. I can chastise players and yell “C’mon!” at referees with all-star skill. But that’s as far as it goes. My school had this strange rule about actually playing sports in order to graduate, ho, so I was forced to suit up and hang my head in shame every Friday night.

The stands were always full for home games. Excited parents and students—many of them friends of mine— showed up to support the team. Sadly, they probably made as much of a difference in the game as I did. I would glance into the bleachers from time to time, wondering what all the people were thinking, especially my dad. I think he realized that both of us were just there to watch, but I happened to have a better seat.

The only time I

Rise Book Excerpt: 7:00 A.M. Logic

I was fifteen years old and my life was being turned inside out. My name and appearance hadn’t changed, but everything else about me had. I was a completely different person than I had been a year or two before. I don’t mean like when people go to college and re-create themselves with new nicknames and personalities; I mean something significant had gone on inside of me. I had become a Christian. I felt new. I felt alive.

I felt so good that I had to announce it to anyone who would listen, especially my closest friends and family. Everyone responded differently to the change in me—some with joy, others with resistance—but one conversation has always stood out to me.

I was talking with an older man whom I greatly respected, thrilled to explain my game plan for honoring God with my lifestyle, specifically my sexual purity. I tried to be calm about it, but it was always hard to hold my excitement in. As the words leapt from my tongue at an unnatural pace, I got the sense that he wasn’t as excited as I was. He was trying to

Khiav 1: Nce

Nqe lauj:
Hnub no lub hnub thaum peb tag nrho sawv
Thauj tog rau nkoj kuv txiv dua ces saib kuv los tseem ciaj sia
Ua ke peb sawv tiv thaiv tus mob nta
Thiab tam sim no tias kuv nrhiav tau kuv muaj tis kuv khoom mus
Nce, peb yeej sawv
Huag huag huag
Peb yeej sawv
Huag huag huag
Hnub no lub hnub
Nce

Nqe 1:
Puag kuv rov qab mus khav rau cov lem li
Kuv npau taws rau em, tej zaum yuav rov qab slap mics
Siab siab tsis tus Disease fact kuv yeej tsis nco kuv hype
Mloog txog cov cai koj ain't gotta nug kuv ob zaug
kuv nyob ntawm no, Kuv nyob ntawm no los piav txog nws li kuv paub rau
Thaum folks qaj I'ma mus rau nws
Kuv tus Vajtswv ain't tsis muaj lus dab neeg, 'cause nws tiag, Nws tseem
Tam sim no mus rau lub npe ntawm tes
Kuv paub daim designer, Nws yog qhov siab tshaj uas ya tuaj rau nws nws txhais tes tsim huab pilots
Kuv yuav sau ntawv qhia rau koj lub neej no yog ib lub eeb hauv lub yias
Li cas I'ma so num lawm thaum peb xav tau ib tug cryer hais qhia peb kom sawv thiab sawv?
Kos toj kev pab them nqi
Kuv tug yawg, qhov ntxa ain't koj lub tsev
Ua kom koj raug underground kev ntev ntev
Sib sib zog nrog ib hnub rau koj pob zeb rau (6)
Tag nrho lawv hais, "Tus tub hluas ntawd ncaim"
tsuag tsuag ma, koj tsis xav mus tsev?
Koj tsis xav kom muaj ntau tshaj ib tug clone?
Do you know that you’re loved

New Book Coming Soon

My new book, Nce, comes out January 27th! It will be available wherever books are sold. You can pre-order it now and visit the book website at Risebook.TV. I pray the Lord will use it to encourage my generation to get up and live. Watch the trailer above and read a brief description of the book below:

Society says youth is a time for carefree self-expression, but Trip Lee says God has called everyone to RISE from slumber, above low expectations, and to live for the risen King.

The world tells us that our early years are to be irresponsibly enjoyed rather than devoted to meaningful pursuits. We’re told that responsibility and commitment are burdens to be put off as long as possible. And so, most of us spend our youth in a sad state of slumber-sleeping in on life until we’re forced to get up. The problem is that life has already begun. It’s happening right now. And God has called you to live it.

In this powerful book, Trip Lee argues it’s time to wake up and RISE, to live the way we were created to live. Young or old, we’ve been called to live for Him. Right

Wait, Trip — Didn’t You Retire?

A couple months ago I surprised everyone by announcing a brand new album, “Nce.” You don’t understand how hard it was to keep quiet about it before my label and I went public. The album had been in the works for over a year, and I couldn’t wait to tell everyone — especially those who kept asking when I was dropping something new.

The response so far has been deeply encouraging. I’m amazed that people have continued to support me even though I’ve been pretty quiet for the last two years. Your love and excitement has only increased mine.

Early Retirement

One of the responses I wasn’t surprise by was this one: “Wait, I thought you retired?” This is the question that follows me around like a shadow. I’ve addressed it in interviews, tweets, thiab blog posts, but I know it’s still unclear to some. Let me continue to try to set the record straight: I never retired.

In 2012, I announced that I’d be “stepping away from music.” Yes, I know that sounds retirement-ish, but I purposely didn’t use that word. I kept it intentionally vague because I wasn’t 100% sure what it would