Do It Afraid (feat. Rick Florian from White Heart) - Elizabeth South




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Published on Nov 1, 2011

"Do It Afraid" is a Duet with Rick Florian (from White Heart) co-written with Billy Smiley. Music video filmed and edited by Ben Pearson.

Purchase "Do It Afraid" Album at: http://elizabethsouth.com/release/do-...
Official Lyrics at: http://wp.me/pCiH9-4z

Elizabeth South co-wrote "Do It Afraid" with producer Billy Smiley (from White Heart) and released it November 1st, 2011 with her new "Do It Afraid" Album that can be purhcased at: http://www.elizabethsouth.com.

Elizabeth is very excited about this Video because she was able to have Rick Florian, one of her all time favorite singers from the rock band White Heart, appear in the Music Video with her! You will enjoy hearing him sing! **Attention White Heart Fans: Check out their Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/White-...

Elizabeth South also sang a duet with country music star Vince Gill called, "I Love You" that was in rotation on Zuus Country Network. Check out that Video here: http://youtu.be/w7Y5IqKILxE

Elizabeth South is a singer/songwriter who is also a full-time elementary music and drama teacher.

"Do It Afraid" is Elizabeth South's Sophomore album. The inspiration for the song and album title, "Do It Afraid," came to her after she surprisingly developed stage fright several years ago after going through a difficult annulment. One morning when she was terrified of a particular upcoming performance, she read a devotional and book written by Joyce Meyer that was called, Do It Afraid. She was immediately inspired to write the song, "Do It Afraid," after reading that devotion and the book. She sat down at the piano that very morning and started writing the verse to the song, which led her down the road to recording this new album and song!!

In Joyce Meyer's book, Do It Afraid, she shares the true life story of Elisabeth Elliot's fear of returning to the ministry in Ecuador after her husband, Jim Elliot, had been killed by the very people they had ministered to. She was paralyzed by the feelings of fear and every time she tried to go back into ministry, her fear stopped her. Then a friend told her something that set her free. Her friend said, "Why don't you do it afraid?" She then followed that advice and went back to evangelize the Indian tribe of Ecuador, including the very people who had killed the one she loved.

Many times we think we should wait to do something we feel called to do when we are no longer feeling afraid. The concept of "no fear" has become a popular motto. And while that is a wonderful idea, many of us have a difficult time getting rid of those feelings no matter how much we pray or believe. But if we wait until we no longer feel afraid, we may accomplish very little for God, others, and ourselves. So even if you feel afraid, go ahead and do what God has called you to do, knowing that He will always be with you, even if you have to do it afraid!

Since writing and performing this song, Elizabeth has found strength in the song while facing her own ongoing fears. And in return, the song and album has already been an encouragement to many other people as well. Elizabeth has a degree in Music Therapy and is finding that she is able to practice this field through her music even though she is not practicing it as an official career.

She hopes that you also find encouragement and hope in this song and album!! Please comment, share, and thumbs up!

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    • Do It Afraid (Feat. Rick Florian)
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    • Elizabeth South and Billy Smiley
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    • Do It Afraid
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