WATCH: Sing His Name’ song birthed at women’s event releasing on Women’s Day

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Sing His Name, a worship song that declares the Name of Jesus as the highest power over every situation will be released by South African worship movement Worship Awake on Women’s Day, August 9.

Christelle Combrink (Stella), who features in the song with Janine Price, says: “Sing His Name was birthed in a profound spontaneous moment at a women’s weekend where I lead the worship. Women proclaimed Jesus as the ultimate authority over their families, relationships, fears, health, finances etc. I sang out lines like: ‘whose name reigns over every sickness’ and the women responded in song ‘Jesus’.

“I connected with my friends Lome Koekemoer, Janine Price, C-Jay and James Pringle and we wrote the song, Sing His Name.”

Sing His Name is the second song released by Worship Awake, the new name for Worship South Africa which Stella started to serve South Africans with worship music during lockdown. To her surprise the initiative grew into a movement releasing new songs from SA.

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Worship Awake is still doing Facebook live worship sessions every Monday morning at 6am and song writing retreats are being held in different parts of South Africa.

Sing His Name was recorded live at Le Bac Estate in Paarl during Worship Awake’s second song writing retreat.

“Our heart with this song is that it will be a tool to help people submit everything to Christ again. A tool to bring healing, to stir faith, a tool to remember that the blood of Jesus runs through His believers and that sometimes all we need to do is proclaim His Name and His blood, in faith, over whatever needs to be addressed”, says Stella.

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See below the Sing His Name music video which was released today:

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