“Same Grace” is our favorite song off William Murphy’s latest album “Settle Here,” and we’re excited to announce that he’s releasing it to Gospel radio.
“Same Grace” marks the second single released from the #1 album, and follows after the heart-rending #1 hit “Settle Here (Pt. 1).” Composed by Murphy and produced by Kenneth Leonard and Tasha Cobbs Leonard, “Same Grace” is a reminder that the same grace that God extended to those in the bible, and in our past is still available to us in present times. Marking the sixth album released by Murphy, Settle Here features thirteen live performance tracks, illuminated in fascinating performances of worship and praise, and includes moving hits such as “The Rock,” “Worship Forever,” the Zach Williams hit “Chain Breaker,” “Face to Face” (feat. his daughter Keilah Lauren Murphy, Breona Lawrence, Charmaine Broome, and Y’Anna Crawley), and more.
“As a third-generation Bishop, third generation William Murphy, the same grace that is on my life and on my name transferred from my grandfather, to my father, to me, is now the same grace that I’m transferring to my children. This song was inspired by this concept of the grace on one man’s life, Apostle I.V. Hilliard, and I’ve witnessed grace transferred to the next generation, and through new dispensations of grace. I’m excited about this song, and as people grab a hold of it, I pray that the same grace that’s on Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego and the same grace of Jesus will shift things in your life on your behalf,” says Murphy.
Apostle I.V. Hilliard adds, “Same Grace is a biblical principle and this song encourages us to have faith in the process. It establishes confidence by inspiring God’s promises by the transference of Grace through faith.”