Pastor Smokie Norful introduces his new song ‘In My Name’ exclusively on Get Up Mornings!
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This modern day rendition mixes the comfort of the original song with Smokie’s signature sound. He explains that it was not only a way to put his spin on a gospel classic, but to pay tribute to the originator, Milton Brunson of The Thompson Community Singers (and later Kim McFarland).
“This [was] an opportunity to go back and pay tribute…It’s a powerful song…a little nostalgic but it was my way of putting a new twist on it and lending my voice to a wave that God has already began,” Smokie said.
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The lyrics of the song, deriving directly from biblical scriptures, are dynamic without explanation.
“And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask anything in My name, I will do it.” -John 14:13-17 NKJV
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March 2024 is the tentative date for the full project’s release. Stay tuned!
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