11 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Musically expansive yet rendered on a human scale, Bethel Music’s We Will Not Be Shaken brings together an outstanding mix of established and emerging worship leaders for an acoustic-centered set of original tunes. Recorded live at Shasta Lake in Northern California, the album draws in listeners with heartfelt performances of songs rooted in traditional hymnody and embellished with guitars, keyboards, and strings. From the soul-deep gratitude of “No Longer Slaves” to the childlike awe of “Nearness” and the triumphant praise of “Seas of Crimson,” each track honors the Savior with humility, inspired expression, and rock-solid faith.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Musically expansive yet rendered on a human scale, Bethel Music’s We Will Not Be Shaken brings together an outstanding mix of established and emerging worship leaders for an acoustic-centered set of original tunes. Recorded live at Shasta Lake in Northern California, the album draws in listeners with heartfelt performances of songs rooted in traditional hymnody and embellished with guitars, keyboards, and strings. From the soul-deep gratitude of “No Longer Slaves” to the childlike awe of “Nearness” and the triumphant praise of “Seas of Crimson,” each track honors the Savior with humility, inspired expression, and rock-solid faith.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
115 Ratings
115 Ratings
ArnoldTGN1 ,

Great album

I read the comments some make. Just know that this music is not made to entertain your boringness. This music is made to speak to the ones who need who hear.

ViaFides ,

Imitation

They say art is merely an imitation of the physical world, a manifestation of what man see with his own eyes. Bethel Music basks in the glory of the Creator's good works, and merely reciprocates their feelings with praise that arguably represents the best among their peers of modern Christian song. Simplistic lyrics that have sufficient substance, backed by very powerful musicality, comparable to the pioneers name Empires by Hillsong United--if not that, better. You Are My One Thing rings and repeats verses in its bridge that tug at heartstrings, both sonically and lyrically. In Over My Head delivers vocals that resemble mankind's plea for forgiveness as well as exaltation to the Creator, a hallmark of what praise should be--like a prayer hung as ornaments on the branches of a Christmas tree. How fitting. How wondrous is this piece of work that shoots them out of this world and into the approval (I'm foolishly sure) of God.

Kristin W ,

best album ever.

Best. Album. Ever

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