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Elevation Worship - "The Blessing"

Monday, March 16, 2020

Written a few weeks ago on a Thursday and led a few days later that Sunday at Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, "The Blessing" stirs faith among believers as it sings out a prayer from Numbers 6:24-26. This new song immediately struck the hearts of listeners across the globe as it quickly amassed over 2 million views on YouTube in less than five days. The song was written by Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, Chris Brown and Steven Furtick. Kari shares, "In a season of such fear and awareness of viruses, loss, disappointments I’m so thankful we can sing straight scripture and feel a shift in the atmosphere of our hearts and over our homes. This is THE BLESSING from God over us. I pray for massive breakthrough and peace over you and your family and your children and their children!"

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Biography

Elevation Worship is the worship ministry of Elevation Church, a multisite church based in Charlotte, NC, led by Pastor Steven Furtick. Their newest project, Paradoxology, released in April of 2019 and is a collection of songs from their most recent Grammy-nominated album, Hallelujah Here Below, which released in September of 2018. Elevation Worship has produced multiple albums which included RIAA Platinum Certified and American Christian radio top-5 song "O Come to The Altar” and the RIAA Gold Certified song "Do It Again."

In 2018, Elevation Worship had 8 songs in the CCLI Top 100 list, 2 of which were in the top 20. This ministry is passionate about producing songs for the local church that connect others to God. Their main priority is to create an atmosphere of worship so people can encounter Jesus in a real and personal way.

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