Phil Wickham Preaches to His Own Soul on “This Is Our God”

Posted on Thursday, January 19, 2023 by Lindsay Williams

"This Is Our God" Phil Wickham
 

Singer, songwriter and worship leader @Phil Wickham declares the hope and promise of the one true King with “This Is Our God,” which premiered as a K-LOVE First. Penned by an all-star cast of songwriters that includes Wickham, @Brandon Lake, @Pat Barrett and Steven Furtick, “This Is Our God” is the lead single from Wickham’s highly anticipated new studio album arriving later this year.

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“I love singing this song. When I sing it, it’s like I’m preaching to my own soul to remember and respond to all that Jesus has done for us. What an incredible story we have to tell of how God’s love, grace and faithfulness intersect with our lives in such huge and profound ways,” Wickham shares. “I’m praying…that you would know more of the depth and the width of His vast love for you. That He would bring to mind moments in your story where He was there protecting, providing, restoring and redeeming — maybe you didn’t even realize it until now. That you would worship with your whole heart, and He would increase your faith as you seek to worship and walk beside Him.”

“This Is Our God” is an invitation to recall God’s faithfulness in the past so that we can trust His faithfulness in the future. The anthemic track follows a string of mega-hits from Wickham’s acclaimed “Hymn of Heaven” album, which earned the beloved lyricist three chart-topping hits, three GMA Dove Awards and the first GRAMMY® nomination of his career.

The “Battle Belongs” singer hits the road alongside @Matt Maher and @Leeland on his popular “Singalong Tour” starting Jan. 20, 2023. The 23-date outing, which also features special guests TAYA and Tiffany Hudson from @Elevation Worship in select cities, runs through May.

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