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U.K. worship artist and songwriter Martin Smith has released a unique version of his song, "Holy," with Kari Jobe. The original song appears on Smith's most recent album, “Dancing In The Fire,” which was released last year. Click here to listen to the new version of "Holy."
"Kari has brought this song alive," Smith said. "It’s great hearing people sing about the ‘holiness’ of God in a new context. The scripture that inspired this song can be found in Hebrews 12:14 (NIV): ‘Make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.’ ”
Smith will join "The Blessing Tour" West Coast edition with Kari Jobe, along with her husband and worship leader Cody Carnes, beginning in Las Vegas on March 9. The tour will hit nine major markets on the West Coast bringing special nights of worship to these cities.
Jobe said, "I’ve been so thankful for the beautiful investment Martin Smith has made in worship over the years. 'Holy' is such a special song, and it’s been an honor to be a part of this version. Also, really excited to lead this with him on our upcoming ‘Blessing’ West Coast tour."
"I am so honored that Kari Jobe is singing on this song," Smith said. "I love Kari and Cody very much and believe in all they are and what they do. I can't wait to sing this song on the road on these special nights."
Tickets for "The Blessing Tour” West Coast can be found here.
For the past three decades, artist, songwriter and producer Smith has been penning songs that “bring fresh air to the lungs of the church.” From “Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble?” and “Waiting Here For You” to “I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever” and “History Maker,” Martin’s songs have connected generations and inspired and influenced worship leaders and worshippers alike. And whether as frontman for the groundbreaking band Delirious?, lead singer of Army Of Bones, or as a solo worship leader, Martin has been involved with almost every aspect of the modern worship movement.