'God Is On The Throne' We The Kingdom Live Performance

Check out this live performance of the song ‘God Is On The Throne’ by We The Kingdom.

“Why should I worry, why should I fear, why should I run when Jesus is here
I’m safe in His arms, safe in His heart, nothing can take me away from His love
God is on the throne, He reigns forevermore, just think about it, just think about it
God is always good, He loves like a father should, just think about it, just think about it”

What a great song that is full of so much encouragement! This new song ‘God Is On The Throne’ from We The Kingdom is one that I could play over and over again!

For the music video, We The Kingdom gathered at one of their band member’s houses and filmed them singing the song live in different areas of the home. The whole thing is fun to watch, and it is powerful to see all of them worshiping together in that space.

“Whatever you’re walking through right now in your life, we pray that this song ministers to your soul and reminds your heart of God’s steadfast love,” the band writes in a TikTok video about their song ‘God Is On The Throne.’

According to their YouTube page, We The Kingdom “is a multigenerational family of musicians, producers, and songwriters consisting of Ed Cash, Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash Cain, Martin Cash, and Andrew Bergthold. The band organically formed at a Young Life camp in Georgia where each of the five members—weary and heartbroken due to a number of difficult circumstances—came to lead worship. Late one night, as they spontaneously gathered to write a song for the campers, their collaboration caught fire, bringing with it personal healing and a fresh dream for the future.”

The heart of this talented band is rooted in worship, and their lyrics tell about the redemptive power of God’s love. We hope that you enjoyed listening to their new song ‘God Is On The Throne’ today!

Source: We The Kingdom

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