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After a string of highly-successful releases, MercyMe remains fervent in their Christian faith and consistent in their output. The group has been faulted by critics for playing it safe, and All That is Within Me (2007) may not silence all doubters, but those willing to listen with fresh ears will find this a nearly flawlessly-executed release. The traces of country-pop evident in the group’s early work have largely been replaced by a modern British rock sound. Under Brown Bannister’s production guidance, there’s an impressive attention to detail here — tracks like “Sanctified” and “Goodbye Ordinary” combine elaborate arrangements with urgent rhythms and astringent guitar lines. “Time Has Come” displays an aggressive drive, while “Grace Tells Another Story” has a minor-key keening feel and “Finally Home” rides a pulsing acoustic groove, while Bart Millard’s vocals convey certitude and humility no matter the sonic setting. “You Rein” is the album’s showpiece, a baroquely-orchestrated pop/rock paean to God’s majesty. If not a radical departure, All That is Within Me is a convincing restatement of MercyMe’s strengths, both as creative artists and as messengers for Christ.

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Live Like there is no tomorrow!

I purchased this album recently as I was leaving my base in Iraq. I can tell you that this album by MercyMe has been a Blessing to me as I reflect on a year of trials and tribulations. "God With Us" "Time Has Come" and "You Reign" are incredible. In fact, the whole album has a powerful message of Christ's Sovereignty!!! Be Blessed by this album!!! Say goodbye to ordinary, and make every precious moment count my fellow Americans...what an incredible blessing to have albums like this and the freedom to Praise His Holy Name!!! Living like there is no tomorrow...Christian, Husband, Dad, Soldier! P.S. The videos offered by Itunes on this album are Powerful!!! Thanks for adding them!

CCM Magazine Review

“We were never meant to com-promise/Settle for mediocrity,” croons frontman Bart Millard on “Goodbye Ordinary.” A cursory listen to MercyMe’s latest project confirms this is a message the band has taken to heart. After enduring a couple years of personal tragedy that colored its recent albums with a tinge of melancholy, All That Is Within Me is, by contrast, an exuberant, defiant, stand-up-and-shake-your-fist-at-the-devil, rock & roll worship album. “Goodbye Ordinary,” with its Beatle-esque opening, lush orchestration and in-your-face admonition to “Live like there’s no tomorrow,” shatters preconceived notions of a band that only makes mellow music. “Time Has Come” employs a thundering, classic rock backdrop to restate the Scripture that “All things work together for good.” And the band returns to its praise & worship roots with “You Reign,” a tune destined to be covered by youth worship bands all across the country. “God With Us,” a superlative, six-minute marathon, may be the best cut on the album. With plenty of time to sink its teeth into the song, the band delivers more emotion than on any tune since “I Can Only Imagine.” Bottom line: All That Is Within Me is MercyMe’s best work to date.

I love this album!

MercyMe has obviously spent a lot of time with Jesus to produce such a heartfelt worship album. All the songs are great and lead you to a time of worship with God


Formed: August, 1994 in Greenville, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although praise & worship band MercyMe was founded in 1994, vocalist Bart Millard says that the group's birth was a process God began in him during high school. Millard recalls, "My dad and my older brother were both football players. So naturally, that's what I wanted to do as well. But I broke both my ankles in a high school football game and that ended my career." Due to the injury, Millard was left with an elective class to fill and reluctantly joined the only available option: choir. With the...
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