JML Worship Releases Heartfelt Song “Let It Be You”

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JML Worship

ML Worship, a talented group of musicians and worship leaders, is pleased to announce the release of their latest song, “Let It Be You.”

This tender and soul-stirring composition serves as a melodic tribute that touches the deepest cords of faith and love. Inspired by the heartache of losing a dearly-loved sister, JML Worship offers a message of hope, reminding listeners that even in the darkest moments of life, God’s love and message of hope can shine through.

“Let It Be You” showcases JML Worship’s ability to weave together heartfelt lyrics and captivating melodies. The song was born out of the pain and loss experienced by the group’s member, Jeff, who tragically lost his younger sister to a rare neuroinvasive West Nile virus infection. Jeff’s sister was a remarkable woman, known for her selfless love and nurturing spirit. In the struggle to process her death, JML Worship came to understand that while the world may be filled with sharp and jagged edges, it is within these earthly circumstances that the expression of divine love becomes real to us.

Through “Let It Be You,” JML Worship offers a powerful prayer, inviting listeners to reflect on their actions and strive to reflect the image of the One who loved the world and gave His son. The song serves as a reminder that even in the face of life’s challenges, God’s message of hope and love can prevail.
As you embark on the song’s journey, you will find yourself enveloped in JML Worship’s tapestry of conviction and compassion. The heartfelt lyrics and melodic composition invite listeners to dive deeper into their faith and embrace the transformative power of God’s love.

JML Worship consists of Tim Newell on vocals, Galen Dang on guitar, Peter Johns on keyboard, Andy Sun on bass, Preston Martinez on drums, and Jeffrey Lundeen on guitar. The song “Let It Be You” was mixed and mastered by Preston Martinez.

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