GRAMMY-nominated American contemporary gospel artiste and Bethel Music’s singer/songwriter Cory Asbury has set his music year rolling with new single ‘The Father’s House’.
The new song which is already making an impact was produced by Chris Tomlin and written by Asbury, Ethan Hulse (Jeremy Camp, Zach Williams) and Hillsong UNITED’s Ben Hastings.
‘The Father’s House’ is a welcoming invitation to “lay your burdens down here in the Father’s house,” the single is Asbury’s first new music following a year-long sabbatical in the wake of his 2018 genre-defying megahit, “Reckless Love.”
Speaking about the new song, Cory says;
“When you come into the Father’s house, you’re realigned to His confidence,” Asbury says of the new track’s inspiration. “There’s no anxiety in Him. There’s no fear of the future. There’s no shame or insecurity. So when we come into His house, we’re actually aligned to His heartbeat and the healing Truth of who He is. He’s not after our perfection. He’s not after our performance. He’s not after the outward expression of godliness or holiness. He’s not after our Sunday best. He’s after what’s really in our hearts.”