I Am

Album: Jesus Revealed (2014)
  • Bishop Jason Nelson is the pastor of the Greater Bethlehem Temple Church in Randallstown, Maryland. An anointed vocalist, he released his debut solo album I Shall Live in 2005. Nelson's Shifting the Atmosphere set received a Stellar Award for Praise and Worship CD of the year in 2013.

    Nelson is also a gifted song writer, his credits including penning the title track of Marvin Sapp's platinum recording Thirsty.
  • The lead single from Jesus Revealed, this powerful ballad was penned by Nelson with long-time songwriting partner, Dana Sorey. It was recorded live along with the other 13 tracks on the record before a packed audience in his native Baltimore.
  • The song was Nelson's first #1 on the Billboard Gospel Airplay chart. The pastor had previously been a featured vocalist, along with James Fortune, on Israel & New Breed's "It's Not Over (When God Is in It)," which led for 11 weeks in 2013.


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