At Your Name (Yahweh, Yahweh)

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  • This is the first single from the Contemporary Christian Music singer songwriter Phil Wickham's fourth studio album, Response. The theme running throughout the record is that of giving a voice to the appreciation and adoration of God in every chapter of life. "When I see the different aspects of who God is in different situations of life, my response to that love can be seen as jumping for joy where other times I respond by saying, 'You are Holy and I am not,' humbled and falling on my face," said Wickham.

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