23 Songs, 1 Hour 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the manner of Hillsong and the Passion conferences, Elevation Worship calls on the faithful to praise God with triumphant anthems and contemplative balladry. For the Honor offers a well-rounded selection of original songs noteworthy for their musical impact and spiritual conviction. Under the guidance of Elevation Church pastor Steven Furtick, worship team members Wade Joye, Mack Brock, Chris Brown, and London Gatch take turns in the vocal spotlight, backed by a combo equally adept at shimmering guitar washes and stark piano settings. Recorded live, For the Honor sustains its mood of grandeur and reverence without losing the intimacy of individual testimony. Tracks like “All Things New” and the title song achieve dramatic power by matching vertical lyrics with stately melodies that rise and unfold. Yearning, slower tunes like “Our King Has Come” are interspersed with propulsive ‘80s-style rockers like “We Rejoice” and “Victorious.” Particularly strong are “You Reign Alone” and “Give My Life to You.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the manner of Hillsong and the Passion conferences, Elevation Worship calls on the faithful to praise God with triumphant anthems and contemplative balladry. For the Honor offers a well-rounded selection of original songs noteworthy for their musical impact and spiritual conviction. Under the guidance of Elevation Church pastor Steven Furtick, worship team members Wade Joye, Mack Brock, Chris Brown, and London Gatch take turns in the vocal spotlight, backed by a combo equally adept at shimmering guitar washes and stark piano settings. Recorded live, For the Honor sustains its mood of grandeur and reverence without losing the intimacy of individual testimony. Tracks like “All Things New” and the title song achieve dramatic power by matching vertical lyrics with stately melodies that rise and unfold. Yearning, slower tunes like “Our King Has Come” are interspersed with propulsive ‘80s-style rockers like “We Rejoice” and “Victorious.” Particularly strong are “You Reign Alone” and “Give My Life to You.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
280 Ratings
280 Ratings
Chrisco13 ,

Fresh sound

Really fresh sound. Can't wait to give it a few listens all the way through.
Elevation really has their own sound going on. I love the writing come out of this church!
Give Me Faith has already been a great statement of God's strength for so many people I've worshipped alongside...I love that so many more will now get a chance to hear it.

LeHappyCat ,

It doesn't have diversity.

After listening to a few of these previews, I just get the feeling that they base most of these off of the same chords. If they had variety and not so much production, I would give it 5 stars. It just doesn't pump me up, or make me feel emotional like some other Christian bands. Anabur you're just a hater. Even my atheist friends, who hate Christianity and everything it stands for, have more respect.

Raybookerphotography ,

Wow!!!

Sooooo AMAZING! Great work guys! Love it!

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