The platinum-selling musical ensemble, Shekinah Glory Ministry (SGM), has posted the concert music video to "Peace for My World" - an obscure track from its 2012 album, "Surrender" (Kingdom Records), to YouTube. It's meant as a spiritual comfort to a restless globe that's currently battling COVID-19, racial tensions, mass unemployment and other challenges. An edited version of the song is also available at all major digital platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, TIDAL and Pandora, among others.
"It seems like overnight everything that we knew changed and all of a sudden, we looked up and everything around us seemed to be in chaos and disarray," says SGM member, Sherree Lee. "In one of those moments of uncertainty and feelings of helplessness, God reminded me that He brings peace to our world. This song reminds us all of that assurance." The song's composer, Daniel Weatherspoon says, "[the tune] recognizes that in the midst of chaos, the God of peace, can and will command the storm to cease."
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Shekinah Glory Ministry has been a leader in African American worship music for nearly two decades. The dynamic ensemble of psalmists, minstrels, and banner perform "under the anointing of the Holy Spirit." Their Hebrew name means: "the glorified presence of God." The title track of their R.I.A.A.-certified gold debut album, "Praise is What I Do" struck a chord with a distraught nation seeking spiritual resolve following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. "Through the good and the bad, I'll praise you," soloist William Murphy sang in an urgent tone on the track. The project peaked at #5 on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart and spent another 48 weeks on the survey. In the years since, they amassed four other gold or platinum certifications for equally memorable projects with Billboard charting hit songs such as "Jesus," "Yes" and "Just for Me."