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If you would have told a teenaged Julie Elias that in only a few years she would be worshipping with people across the country, she would have cocked her head and puckered her face like she just ate a sour blue Warhead. Although she had grown up in the church and become a Christian after the untimely death of a beloved grandpa, she had never pictured herself directly being a vessel of God. Her path was driven by a passion for musical theater and acting, which took her to the hustle-and-bustle of Hollywood. Appearing regularly on shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “CSI: NY” and even in some major feature films, Julie had some great experiences but felt something was missing and started praying for God’s direction in her life and prayed that she would be willing to be obedient in whatever He had planned for her everyday life.
We are constantly reminded what we don’t have and ways in which we are not good enough. We accept our faults in an unhealthy way and think we are only our mistakes and our failures. Personally for Julie, this has been a real struggle, feeling many of times like she is “not good enough” for the things she deeply desires…and then of course feeling guilty about not being thankful for the things we do have makes us beat ourselves up even more. But even when life isn’t what we want it to be, God is still good. The title song, “A Girl Like Me,” is about how despite our shortcomings, a girl like me…is still worthy of a King. Nothing we can do will make us “not good enough” for God. Echoes of this central theme are evident in every song throughout the album.
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