Grammy-nominated Christian artist Britt Nicole is known for showing her vulnerability in her songs. She sees that her being open to her fans about her trials can help inspire and uplift them. She recently released a self-titled album and in her interview with People opened up about how the album was a way for her to bare her soul.
"This record just feels real, I'm not trying to be anything I'm not, nor am I hiding anything I am. I'm simply sharing my heart and life." She goes on to say that she hopes that whoever is looking for hope, and feels alone or hurt will be able to relate to her music.
In a recent video for the World's Biggest Small Group, she opened up about her testimony of God's love when she was going through a difficult time due to her parent's divorce. She shares in the video about how amazing it is that God can take the most broken times in our lives and turn them around. She comes from a broken family, her parents got divorced when she was still at the young age of seven, and she remembers feeling broken, scared and confused.
But the trauma of the divorce did not leave her feeling broken permanently. She continued her testimony by saying that the experience led her to write the song "All This Time." The song is about how God has been there with her from the very beginning. She goes to encourage the viewers that God is with them, no matter the circumstance.
She cites a Scripture that God gave her when she was 17, 1 Chronicles 28:20, "Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Don't be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord God, my God, is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you..." The verse reminded the singer-songwriter that it didn't matter she had gone through in the past, she realized that she was never alone and that God can still use her even she is at her weakest because that is when God is strongest.