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The Church Will Sing Releases “The Risen Lamb Of God”

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On the heels of Easter Sunday, Curb | Word Entertainment’s The Church Will Sing releases “The Risen Lamb Of God (feat. Matthews Ntlele and Bridge Worship),” available today (4/16). Listen to the powerful new track HERE.

“The Risen Lamb Of God (feat. Matthews Ntlele and Bridge Worship)” is the first taste of new music since The Church Will Sing released global worship anthem “Make Room (feat. Elyssa Smith and Community Music)” last year. Continuing its mission to incorporate churches from across the United States and around the world as the featured vocalists on each song, “The Risen Lamb Of God” highlights voices from Bridge Worship, the musical expression of The Bridge Church, located outside of Nashville, Tennessee. In addition, the fresh song also features former Elevation Worship singer and songwriter and current Curb | Word Music Publishing writer Matthews Ntlele, who has co-written songs such as “Here As In Heaven,” “Resurrecting” and “Echo,” among others.

Written by Daniel Doss, Taylor Agan, Jonathan Lee and Ryan Ellis, and produced by We The Kingdom’s Andrew Bergthold, “The Risen Lamb Of God (feat. Matthews Ntlele and Bridge Worship)” is an anthem for the Church to simply adore the preciousness of Jesus and declare the power of His name. Born out of Colossians 1:15-19, it calls us to remember the gift of our salvation accomplished by Jesus and to acknowledge the supremacy of Christ in all things. From the power of His resurrection to the glory of His reign, the lyrics showcase who Jesus is and what He has done. He’s infinite, yet intimate; He’s all powerful, yet all loving; He holds all space and time, yet He holds our hearts in the same moment. As the Church, we have the great responsibility to join with all creation and sing out the name of Jesus that echoes through eternity. He’s the Savior of the world; He’s our Conquering King; He’s the Risen Lamb of God.

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