Christian rock artist, Zach Williams is out a new single “Heart Of God” (via Provident Label Group/Sony Music), available today to download/stream on all music platforms. The poignant song is accompanied by a music video.
Following up to his latest projects, 2021’s holiday gem I Don’t Want Christmas To End and 2019’s Rescue Story, which features his chart-topping duet with Dolly Parton, “There Was Jesus,” fans of the two-time GRAMMY® Award winner have been eagerly waiting for new music. “Heart Of God,” which he co-wrote with Ethan Hulse along with his long-time producer Jonathan Smith, is the first single from Williams’ upcoming album set to release this fall.
“My message has always been that it doesn’t matter where you’ve been or what you’ve done in your life, God’s got a plan for you and He is going to get His plan done somehow,” Williams shares. “Along those same lines, the message of ‘Heart Of God’ is just surrendering your life and giving it all to Him. There’s no limit to what you can do in your life. That’s not saying there aren’t going to be bad days, there will be, but you soon realize those bad days are still better than the best days you had before Christ. It’s knowing you don’t have to do this on your own, that Christ gave His life so you could have a new one, and it’s alright to stumble and fall and mess up. He still loves you and doesn’t give up on you.”
He adds, “I think so many people will relate to its message. No one feels worthy or good enough to deserve God’s love. Honestly, none of us do. But, God knows that and it’s why He sent His Son. For me, God’s love is the biggest characteristic of what His heart is, and that’s the message I’m trying to share.”
Williams will be sharing the new song along with many of his previous hits on his headlining tour this fall. Kicking off September 14 and running through November 20, the Zach Williams Fall ’22 Tour will hit 36 major markets, such as New York City, Colorado Springs, Baton Rouge, Phoenix, and Austin, and will feature special guest Ben Fuller. Additionally, the tour will offer something even more special than ever before. For VIP ticket holders and in partnership with the Salvation Army, for every VIP ticket sold a food box will be given to a family in need in the community, providing enough meals to feed a family of four for an entire week.
The Salvation Army partnership will continue through the holidays when he embarks on his I Don’t Want Christmas To End Tour, which runs through December. Click HERE to find out more and for tickets to both tours, which are on sale now.
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