Jordan Biel | Yahweh (Live from Rock of Grace)

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Yahweh (Live from Rock of Grace)

by Jordan Biel

A powerful Christmas anthem declaring the mystery of God becoming man through live strings, a choir with conviction and a crowd of believers joining in praise!
Genre: Holiday: Rock
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I wrote Yahweh back in 2002 in Bible College. We were having an intense, awesome prayer service where the Holy Spirit was really moving and this anthem of just one word, the name of God, "YAHWEH" was ringing in my head. I started singing it and before I knew it, the whole class, about 50 students were chanting this simple praise to God at the top of their lungs. This became the Pre-Chorus to the song; when I sat down to write it, the verse and Chorus and Bridge just came together. I wanted it to be easy to sing, accesible, yet powerful and anthem-like. My goal in using the drum loop, heavy Chello and other live strings was to communicate the mystery of GOD becoming human - Jesus becoming a man. I want people to think "Wow! He did that for me!?" in the verses and then rejoice at the top of their lungs in the Chorus, declaring with all the earth "Sing, Oh You, Heavens! For the Lord is Here! Sing! All Creation! As we all draw near!" A shorter studio version of this will be released soon.


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