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Amy Grant believes she turned to God following a tragic bike accident: ‘It’s made me less afraid.’

Amy Grant, the singer of ‘Baby Baby,’ was knocked out for 15 minutes after falling off her bike in July.

 

Amy Grant’s recovery journey is ongoing, but her faith is guiding her.

 

In a new interview, “It’s helped me not be fearful today,” the singer stated of her faith. And, whatever happens, I believe I’m being kept by love.”

 

Grant crashed her bike into a pothole in July 2022, knocking her comatose for over 15 minutes. According to a Grant representative, the singer was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.

 

When she recovered, the “Baby Baby” singer had to postpone her planned tour dates.

 

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Grant chatted with Fox News Digital in December after returning to the stage for a Christmas tour.

 

“Last week was my first time back on stage, and I can’t think of a more gentle way to get back into the limelight than doing a¬†Christmas concert¬†with my dear friend Michael W. Smith,” Grant said at the time.

 

“The first day was nerve-racking for me. I lost the lyrics to songs I wrote. I’m just on a healing path, but this time it’s here. Love and kindness, you know, are also tremendously healing, and I’m not joking when I say I feel full from head to toe.”

 

She credits her faith, as well as her husband, Vince Gill, for keeping her spirits up during her ordeals.

 

“He’s been very patient,” Grant explained. “Vince has a knack of grounding the space we’re in without saying anything.”

 

“I remember thinking early on, ‘What if I’m different, what if I’m not the same?’ ‘Well, every day we wake up a bit different, and we love one other, and it’s fine,’ he remarked.”

 

“I feel like my old rascally self,” she added.

 

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Grant stated on “Today” that she still struggles to remember her song lyrics and has utilized a teleprompter on stage.

 

She stated in the immediate aftermath of the accident, “I was simply writing to remember when I wrote this long book in my spiral notebook. I was writing to ensure that I could remember everyone’s name in my family, which I couldn’t at first.”

 

Grant’s recovery from the accident was not his only recent challenge. She also had open-heart surgery in 2021 and, according to the source, a cyst in her throat was removed in January.

 

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“I was working with a vocalist, and she asked, ‘What is going on in your throat? ‘Relax your shoulders.’ ‘I know it’s like I’ve got Adam’s apple, it keeps getting bigger,’ I explained. I had a thyroglossal duct cyst that I had no idea about “Grant stated.

 

Grant remains optimistic despite the past few rough years.

 

“It’s simply a beautiful reminder to me that life is dynamic, and people are dynamic,” she remarked. “Nobody is all nice or all bad. Circumstances are not always good or harmful. Beauty and goodness can be found even in the most horrific of circumstances.”

 

 

Himanshu Mahawar is the Editor and Founder at Flaunt Weekly.

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