Talented Christian artist Zach Williams and award-winning country artist Dolly Parton made a wonderful rendition of the gospel song “There Was Jesus.”
Zach Williams rose to fame with his worship song “Chainbreaker.” After years of being addicted to drugs, Zach’s life changed the time when he got close to God. From that moment, he realized that there is no one better than God. He started writing worship songs showing praises to the Lord’s name.
Dolly Rebecca Parton professionally known as Dolly Parton is a multi-awarded country artist in the ’50s up to the present. Parton’s albums achieved certified gold, platinum, and multi-platinum awards by the Recording Industry Association of America. She was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999. Her best-known songs are “I Will Always Love You,” “Jolene,” “Coat of Many Colors,” and “9 to 5.” She is also known for her gospel songs.
Today, Zach shared one of his newest singles “There Was Jesus.” This track includes a duet with Dolly Parton. He said,
“It was a really cool moment, just to have the privilege to record a song with Dolly Parton. Working with Dolly was a true honor. She has a way of making you feel like you are the only person in the room. She is so down-to-earth and genuine, and I can’t wait for people to hear that in the song.”
Hearing these two great voices coming together to show praise and worship of our God is absolutely amazing. Their beautiful rendition draws us closer to God. Our father’s greatness shows that no matter where we go, He is always with us.
For this man who needs amazing kind of grace
For forgiveness at a price, I couldn’t pay
I’m not perfect so I thank God every day
There was Jesus
The lyrics mentioned above has simple words but has deeper meaning. It shows that no matter and whatever we do, wherever we go and whoever we are, God accepts and loves us wholeheartedly. He is a forgiving God at a price that no one could pay.
The worries you have now will be taken away soon because there is Jesus.
Listen to Zach Williams and Dolly Parton’s “There Was Jesus” below: