View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Honestly on Discogs. Honestly I believe in you / Do you trust in me / Patiently I will stand by you / I will stand beside you faithfully / And through the years / I will be a friend / For always . Aprende a tocar el acorde de Honestly (Stryper) en el Cifra Club. Honestly, I believe in you Do you trust in me / Patiently, I will stand by you I will stand beside .
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Did you at any point ever find yourself questioning your faith? I have a great support group around me: If you love biographies than this one will not disappoint. I appreciated the truthfulness of it. The reasons Michael gives for being bitter toward Stryper just don’t seem that earth-shattering to me. He is also a former guitar player for classic rock band Boston. I love this band and there mission and will always be there for them.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Stryper has always been a love of mine – and I have a band room plastered with their posters to show others that love too. In when I made the decision to rededicate my life to a closer walk with God, I literally trashed hundreds of albums, and all that I kept was the first two Stryper albums that I owned at the time and quickly went out to the record store and snatched up the very few available other related releases at the time – Messiah Prophet, Leviticus, Saint, and Barnabas.
As they say, the truth sometimes hurts. They achieved this by clever lyrics that had messages of faith, but could also apply to life in general.
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Michael Sweet also managed to embark on a fairly successful solo career, and, in recent years, toured as lead singer for the legendary band Boston. Jan 23, Tony Christensen rated it it was amazing. The rags to hnoestly to rags to stability story of a young boy becoming a rock star and losing it all and life afterward. Michael Sweet, in this — his first autobiography — chronicles his life as the founding member, songwriter, singer, and guitarist of the pioneering Christian rock band Stryper.
I guess I was expecting a slightly more compelling conversion story. There are two different angles by which to judge this book.
I’ve always loved writing, recording atryper producing music and getting the chance styper experiment with new things. Even though it’s only around pages, it feels like it should be a 3,page book. It’s clear that Michael doesn’t strypsr know or even care, sometimes what their side of the story is.
I hate to say that as christians we tend to have a holier than thou attitude towards far too much. Open Preview See a Problem? Being in a Christian band, I wondered if Michael had fallen in his personal life and sinned like most of the rest of us. Overall, a good book.
Aug 07, Mark Payne rated honfstly liked it. There’s something here for everyone, and there’s also some things here and there that may disappoint. Stryper – To Hell with the Devil.
Not that God owed us any thanks, but at the time I was just mad at God. The scorn and anger from churches against Stryper, especially at the beginning of their career, honestoy a detrimental effect, and aided in the crushing of the lives of the members in this band.
The book is an accounting of what I’ve gone through in my life, and I really hope it will help people.
This book in many ways felt like Dave Mustaine and Dave Elefsons biographies. Many times he mentions how much he dislikes the relationship drama that can occur between members of a rock band. May 16, Kevin Glenn rated it really liked it. Honestly is more than just a biography or reflection of old road stories.
The criticism of Tim’s bass playing while in Stryper was a bit of an oxymoron, considering that they wanted his services so badly initially. By doing so, it inspired me as well. This book was very interesting to me because I am a fan, and very eye opening.
Wether you like it or not he stryprr to be happy. He tells it like it is, and tells you what he thinks about things regardless of how it comes off, or makes him look or sound.
I recommend this book to church-going folk for stryperr reason. In that sense, his forthrightness is laudable, but other times it comes off as a little too honest.
Not because we argued about anything important, but because he blew everything way out of proportion. The song was “Calling on You” and I was hooked! What right did I have to pass judgment on the path God has chosen for his family.
But, it still seems too short, but that’s just me.