NEWS: Bishop Samuel R. Blakes Hits iTunes With Powerful Single “God Wants to Hear From You” | @srblakes

The anointed Bishop Samuel R. Blakes, Senior Pastor of New Orleans and Baton Rouge’s revered New Home Ministries, extends yet another branch from his ever-growing ministry with the release of his new single “God Wants To Hear From You,” available at iTunes now.

With his bold baritone beaming over the stirring piano-laced track, Blakes’ passion can be heard from the very first note as he proclaims the power of prayer. A gospel force sweeping listeners up in its sweet, organ-assisted melody, the tune’s simple, yet effective, design shines without losing sight of its intent to remind them of the infinite love of God.

A testimony of triumph and compass to communication with Him, “God Wants To Hear From You” comes as a “must hear” for believers before, in, and after the storm. Shining as the newest release from the bishop’s forthcoming I SURVIVED album, this song accompanies a track list of equally moving numbers birthed from his determination to fill God’s people with a divinely inspired message. Said track list includes “Scars” ft. legendary, Stellar-award winning gospel legend Bishop Paul S. Morton and Grammy-nominated R&B crooner Dave Hollister aboard the high-spirited “Things Will Work Out.”

Bishop Samuel R. Blakes is a visionary, spiritual leader, teacher, and all around gospel force appointed to carry on the mission of a lineage of spiritual warriors. The youngest son of the highly revered Prophet Robert C. Blakes, Sr. and Minister Lois R. Blakes, Bishop Samuel R. Blakes currently resides as the Senior Pastor of New Home Ministries’ multi-location congregation serving seven sites including New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

After earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Theology from the Christian Bible College in Louisiana, Blakes expanded his evangelical scope to touch every corner of the United States and perform some ministerial outreach abroad.
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