Grammy Award nominee and singer Tori Kelly reveals in a new video that God opened doors for her career only after she surrendered to Him.
“[It] says all these things I consider as loss compared to knowing Jesus Christ. I don’t believe that every single day wholeheartedly, but that, I think, is the goal is to really look at my life and be like, OK, if all of this went away, would I still be OK with just Jesus and all of the things that He offers? And I would say yes, I would be OK because He’s just, He’s everything. Through Christ, I can just be myself and just be surrounded by his love,” Kelly says.
Kelly was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2016 Grammys and is known to many Americans as the face and voice of a series of Nationwide commercials. To children, she’s the voice of Meena the elephant in the movie Sing.
In the video, Kelly explains how she grew discouraged after being rejected by record executives who told her she was too reserved and too quiet. They wanted her to exhibit an “outgoing, bubbly personality” which “I didn’t have.”
She encourages girls to “be the girl that God uniquely made as you, and you don’t have to compare yourself to anybody.”
Kelly became more interested in songwriting when she couldn’t…
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