Micah Tyler is a singer, songwriter, worship leader from Buna, Texas. We love Micah’s two goals for his music: that the songs would line up with God’s Word and that they would come from his personal experience. This makes them so usable for ministering to students.
Fair Trade Services artist and songwriter Micah Tyler announce the upcoming release of his latest project, People Like Us.
People Like Us features six songs, including his current single "I See Grace" and the title track. More than ever before, it is Tyler's hope that these new songs can bring people together.
"This project is super special to me and it is my hope that these songs can help us," he explains. "It’s my opportunity, through song, for the people of God to put aside divisions that the world tries to place on us, as well as the separations we place on ourselves, and just say 'God, I believe that if You can change the life of a sinner like myself, You can change the life of everybody!' I invite everyone to celebrate in the relationship and nearness that God promises people like us."
As the track shares, "God loves people like you because God loves people like me / A Lost and hopeless sinner that mercy has redeemed / If you feel that He don't, the Cross is proof that He does / Praise the Lord oh hallelujah that God loves people like us."
"I See Grace," the first song to release from the EP, has been climbing at radio and just topped the Mediabase AC Activator chart. The song is Tyler's sixth career No. 1, following "Never Been A Moment," "Different," "Even Then," "Feels Like Joy," and "AMEN."
Tyler quickly discovered that "I See Grace" makes an impact every time he plays it live. "It's one of my favorite songs to perform, getting to see people come alive," he shares. "I've been reminded by so many people, especially since the start of the year when so many of us make resolutions, to see grace. If we set a goal every day and don't achieve it and feel we've failed, then we lose the opportunity to see the beauty of grace. We need to give ourselves a chance to say, 'God, at the end of the day, I'm not trying to see successes. I just want to see a grace that's greater than all my sin. As we walk in this world, it's so important for us to show that light of grace constantly and consistently, knowing that the Gospel is the only way to light up the darkness."
Tyler is going to be sharing "I See Grace," "People Like Us," among many of his previous hits while on the road with labelmates MercyMe on their "Always Only Jesus Tour."
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