I've had this song playing all weekend. I bought a collection of Jason Gray cds sometime ago and I remember thinking "eh, it's okay" and put them on the shelf. He struck me as a having a "pop" feel which I tend to back away from. Whether it is trying to be counter-culture, a rebel, an individual apart from the mob, a snob, - I do it too often and too quickly. Generally I run from music that has "ooo-s" or "whoa-s". Jason does it often. After hearing (and actually listening to) a few more songs I had to dig out those old ones. There is something truthful here and the more I listen to Jason the more I like him. He is incredibly personable and vulnerable on stage, and it is good music. He sings from points of hope in brokenness.
Back to the song. This is a good version of it. Jason Gray is really good at telling a story and the introduction is the key that unlocks the song.