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Caleb & Bethany Kuenzli - Sound of Your Kingdom (CCM)

Caleb and Bethany Kuenzli's 'Sound of Your Kingdom' is a beautiful worship song that deserves a listen. The song was written during their time at Elevation Church's Apprenticeship program for Pastoral Leadership & Worship in 2015. The song is an anthem for Easter and features their friend, Gable Price.

The song's opening verse talks about the cross that Jesus carried, telling the greatest love story and making a way for us. The grave is now empty, and our guilt has been buried, all because of what Jesus did for us. The pre-chorus encourages us to hear the sound of God's Kingdom, which erupts with praise in victory. The King of all glory forever reigns.

Caleb & Bethany Kuenzli - Sound of Your KingdomThe chorus is simple yet powerful, calling for our souls to praise the Lord. In the second verse, we are reminded that the crown that awaits us is from the One who is righteous, and once again, Jesus has made a way for us. We stand undefeated, and in heaven, we are seated because of what Jesus did for us.

The bridge lifts Jesus high in praise, calling Him our God and King. We bless His name into eternity. The song is reminiscent of Elevation Worship, as well as the Torwalts, and was written with feedback from artists like Chris Brown.

'Sound of Your Kingdom' is a powerful worship song that reminds us of the sacrifice Jesus made for us and the victory we have in Him. The song is a beautiful way to prepare for Easter, and it's a great addition to any worship playlist. I highly encourage readers to give it a listen and experience the sound of God's Kingdom erupting with praise.


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