Ratings and Reviews
Fear has no choice but to bow....
One of the most well written songs I’ve heard about the power of God!!! Fear has no choice but to bow, chains have no choice but to break, shame has no choice but to leave in Your presence!!!! Amen...
YES YES YES!!!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!! Fear has no choice but to bow!!! AMEN!!!!
I heard this song at the Del Mar Fair. It has been awhile since a worship song made me cry, but God was stirring/ moving doing a work in my heart , and I don’t know if I will ever forget that day. ( I was afraid if my wife turned to look at me and saw me crying, she would think something was wrong with me because this was so out of normal for me to cry like that)
I play this song as the first song on my “morning drive playlist” as I commute to work each day as a reminder of who I am dedicating each day to, and to be sensitive to God’s Spirit and listen to the soft nudging voice of His Spirit who loves me so much and is so powerful!
About Kari Jobe & Cody Carnes
Dallas-based international worship leader and CCM songwriter Kari Jobe ministered around the world for over a decade with various worship groups before settling down as the worship pastor at Southlake, Texas' Gateway Church in 2006. Jobe released her debut, a set of inspirational songs co-written with Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Paul Baloche, Klaus Kuehn, and Mia Fieldes, on Columbia's Integrity imprint in February 2009. The album was an immediate success, reaching number three on the Christian Albums chart and charting on Billboard's Top 200 as well as netting her a pair of Dove Awards. Her similarly inspirational-inclined sophomore effort, Where I Find You, arrived in 2012 on Universal's Sparrow Records imprint, this time topping the Christian chart and earning Jobe a Grammy nomination. A concert album called Majestic arrived in 2014 and featured new material recorded live at Dallas' historic Majestic Theatre. A year later she issued Majestic Revisited, which featured alternate studio versions of many of the songs from Majestic. In 2017 Jobe issued her third studio album, Garden, which saw her working with producer Jeremy Edwardson (Jesus Culture, Hillsong United, Jon Foreman) and delivering a hopeful set conceived during a time of personal loss. ~ James Christopher Monger
- Waco, TX
- Christian & Gospel
- April 6, 1981