The song is written as if God is speaking to us, the listener. I like that. But lyrically, in my opinion, it's Biblically incorrect. Here's why. The words are -
"I won't give you more, more than you can take And I might let you bend, but I won't let you break And No-o-o-o-o, I'll never ever let you go-o-o-o-o"
Here is my line by line review.
"I won't give you more, more than you can take". That's not true. People get cancer and die. People have been murdered for their faith. Dying is definitely more than we can take.
"And I might let you bend, but I won't let you break." That's not in the Bible. Group 1 Crew (and many people) have confused that line with the actual Bible verse in 1 Corinthians (10:13) which says, "He will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it." So, the Bible verse is actually about temptation, not about God not letting us break.
It's interesting that people say to one another, "God won't give you more than you can handle". It's one of those things that's not in the Bible, but we think it is.
I still love the song - even though I know it's incorrect.