I’ve thought since I was a kid that I wasn’t good enough. This spoken word poem is about my story and struggle with inadequacy. Blacktop2013-05-292014-05-07https://8tj6yjstus44zgya1unqg0il-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/HS-logo-normal-size-200.pngHeartSupporthttps://8tj6yjstus44zgya1unqg0il-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/HS-logo-normal-size-200.png200px200px About Nate Hilpert Project Manager for @heartsupport Called to help others live a freer, fuller life Showing 7 comments Alexis Lynch May 30, 2013 Reply I absolutely loved this, and it was definitely something I needed to hear. Awesome job Nate Nate Hilpert May 30, 2013 Reply Thank you so much, Alexis! What about it did you need to hear? Alexis Lynch May 30, 2013 Reply The part that goes “I watched you and walked with you and wanted you in every moment,” really struck me. It reminded me that I’m never alone and even at my worst, I will still be loved Nate Hilpert May 31, 2013 Reply So good…I agree with you 100%. I love that about God…because I feel I’m at my worst a lot ;P Thank you for sharing, Alexis! Jacobluhrs June 7, 2013 Reply Nate, Again my man… you killed it. Love your spoken words. Stoked to hang hard on Warped and work the table together. Excited to hang. HeyJude9604 June 7, 2013 Reply Nate, you remind me so much of Propaganda or Beautiful Eulogy. They are spoken word artists who are also musicians under Humble Beast Records (humblebeast.com). Check them out if you get the chance. Anyway, every word you spoke evoked power and at the same time you showed a sense of vulnerability. You could truly see your heart and the grace of God’s love through your message. Thanks for your inspirational words! Jake Dycus July 4, 2013 Reply Wow! Powerful stuff! Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.