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Are You Living the Good Life?

Earlier this year I went on tour with my new book, Lub neej zoo. Each night, I gave a talk that tried to answer the question, “What does it mean to live the good life?” In Chattanooga, Qhib, we recorded the message and I’ve posted it above. The book released on October 1, 2012 and you can purchase it ntawm no. To learn more about the book you can click ntawm no. You can purchase The Good Life album ntawm no. Are you living the good life?

The Good Life Mini Documentary

Take a look behind the scenes with Trip Lee as he discusses highs and lows in the process of making his latest albumThe Good Life.

The Beautiful Lives of the Unborn

Trip Lee on “Beautiful Life ntawm Vaj tswv desiring rau Vimeo.

The first song I wrote for my most recent album, “Lub neej zoowas a song called “Beautiful Life.Desiring God asked me about that song and my heart behind it. Here’s their entire blog post.

And here are the lyrics to the song, which features V. Rose:

Nqe lauj:
Beautiful Life Inside
Living Moving Breathing
So Let Hope Arise
God knew what He was doing
When He gave
Beautiful Beautiful Life

Nqe 1:
Dear sister, I hear the place you at
I know it ain’t nothing easy bout going through that
There’s a baby in your womb, but you wasn’t trying do that
You’d take it all back if you knew that, but you ain’t have a clue that
That time with your boyfriend, that late night
When you thought you was making love, that you would make life
And now it’s feeling unfair, man it ain’t like
You ain’t got a life, shoot, the timing really ain’t right
Can’t quite tell you that I understand your pain
But I know you shouldn’t feel discouraged and ashamed
And I know that baby in your stomach ain’t a game
He’s got a heart beat, he’s bout to grow

Lord of the Demons

I want to begin by thinking about stories. Since the beginning of time there have been certain common themes that run through our stories. We have love stories, comedies, and tragedies – or the mixture of all those in one known as romantic comedy. But across all those kinds of movies, there are two themes that almost always show up: good and evil.

Think about your favorite movies. In Braveheart, Scotland and William Wallace are good, while England and King Edward are bad. In the Chronicles of Narnia the kids and Aslan are good, and the witch is bad. Even in Disney movies, this is true. In Aladdin, Aladdin and the genie are good, but Jafar is bad. Don’t act like you don’t know about Aladdin.

You always want the good side to win and most of the time they would.

So when we begin to talk about Jesus and when we begin to talk about God people sometimes think in the same categories. They think of the universe as a cosmic battle between God and the Devil. And like all of our favorite stories, we’re anticipating the end to see who wins. Is Jesus just an

Lord of the Demons

Here’s the video from my recent sermon at Summit Church in Raleigh, NC. I preached on Mark 5:1-20 about the power, authority, and mercy of Jesus. I hope it’s an encouragement to you

The Invasion Video

For those of you who’ve never seen the video for my song “The Invasion (Hero)” here it is. Txaus siab! I hope it helps you to keep your eyes on Christ.

Gospel Coalition Video

Recent Gospel Coalition video of Eric Mason, Lecrae, and me discussing black folks andreformedtheology