“I See a Lamb”
The Kingsmen are continuing their string of single releases with the timely “I See a Lamb,” which captures the joy and victory of the Easter season. The song tells the story of Christ throughout its three verses, inspiring listeners to lift up their voices and praise all that God has done for us.
Alan Kendall, Chris Bryant and Chris Jenkins are each featured on a verse and those three are joined by Ray Dean Reese on the chorus, singing “Sounding like thunder a rumbling grave / Jesus victorious mighty to save / Breaking through prison doors holding the keys / Oh sing hallelujah ye ransomed and free / Oh sing hallelujah ye ransomed and free.”
Jenkins says, “We are thrilled to share this powerful anthem. ‘I See a Lamb’ tells the story of the Gospel, all wrapped into three verses. While they lived under the law before, now we live in the dispensation of grace because Christ came to be the ultimate sacrifice for sin and arose in victory. We can let our shout be a thunderous praise from the mountaintops because He’s conquered death and the grave for we now have the hope of eternal life through the finished work at the cross.”
KEY SELLING POINTS
- The Kingsmen (or Kingsmen Quartet) are a legendary 3x Dove Award and unprecedented 32-time Singing News Fan Award-winning Southern Gospel
- In addition to their 15 #1 hits at Christian radio over the years, the group has included a who's-who lineup of all-time vocal greats such as Eldridge Fox, "Big" Jim Hamill, Ray Dean Reese, Squire Parsons, Johnny Parrack, Anthony Burger, Ernie Phillips, Gary Sheppard, and a host of others