William Murphy can always be counted on to deliver anointed praise and worship; it is part of his DNA. The
pastor and singer possibly best known for his stirring lead vocals on Shekinah Glory’s seminal “Praise Is What I
Do” has been living and breathing praise and worship for most of his life and, on February 5, gives the Gospel
community a new dose of his musical gift with the release of ‘God Chaser.’
“There is no doubt that William Murphy, III was born to worship,” says Bishop Paul S. Morton. “His life is evident
of the special calling and anointing that God has on his life. He has not only caused me to go to deeper depths
in my time of worship, but he has blessed the lives of so many across the globe.”
Murphy continues in his calling, continues to bless people around the globe, with ‘God Chaser’ – which Murphy
says is a collection of prophetic songs, known in the church as “songs of the Lord.” “The essence of my ministry,
my calling, is to usher people into the presence of the Lord in a way so powerful that they become true God
chasers. That is the essence of my life. So the CD is a collection of prophetic songs that came to us in prayer and
in times of worship.”
“I really believe that as people embrace the music and embrace the prophetic message in these songs, people’s
lives are going to take a shift, and it’s going to help bring people into new seasons,” says Murphy.
The first single, “You Reign,” is quickly approaching Top-10 at Gospel radio. “The song is
absolutely Sunday morning,” says Murphy. It is one of those songs that anybody and everybody
in church can sing and will sing – which makes for an explosive worship experience.”
‘God Chaser’ also includes the rapturous ballad “Make Me Righteous;” “Praying for You” a
song of bold exhortation to listeners; and “You Are My Strength” – a beautiful, acoustic song
that declares total dependence on God.
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