GRAMMY® Award winner and nine-time Dove Award winner Rebecca St. James has teamed up with her brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone of for KING & COUNTRY for her new single. "Kingdom Come," written by Rebecca St. James, Luke Smallbone, Joel Smallbone & Seth Mosley, is influenced by the Lord's Prayer. Listen or download the song here:
"When Joel, Luke, and I were writing this song we were inspired by the Lord's prayer and the need for revival right now," shares St. James. "I believe that there's a desperation that is foundational to every true move of the Spirit. And our world is desperate right now! Great revivalists have said if you want to see revival, draw a circle on the floor, step into it and pray for revival to begin there. Let it start with us!"
St. James hopes the song will minister to all believers. "As you listen to the music and message of this song, I pray that it inspires you to worship Jesus, to powerfully live in His light and to let revival begin with you."
So let Your kingdom come
And Your will be done
On Earth as is in Heaven (Heaven, Heaven, Heaven)
Let Your kingdom come
And Your will be done
From now until forever
We'll keep on singin'
On February 18, 2022, St. James will release her tenth studio album and first full length since 2011's I Will Praise You. The album, also titled Kingdom Come, marks a season of growth and the knowledge that a new day will come and with it a new dawn.
St. James has earned multiple Dove Awards, nine #1 Christian radio singles and two GOLD®-certified recordings, and her discography includes such iconic albums as Pray, God and Transform. Author of the best-selling titles Wait For Me (Thomas Nelson) and Pure (Hachette/Faithwords), among others, she starred in the 2009 film Sarah's Choice; portrayed Mary Magdalene in the groundbreaking rock opera !Hero; and voiced "Hope, The Angel" in VeggieTales' best-selling DVD The Easter Carol, in addition to other diverse roles.
An award-winning songwriter, St. James co-penned multiple selections on for KING & COUNTRY's blockbuster 2019 recording, Burn the Ships, and she is also the host of Rebecca St. James Friends & Family, a new weekly podcast on marriage and parenting available on K-LOVE Radio's Accessmore platform.