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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

156 Ratings

Good Addition to the Worship Canon


Not quite up to par overall as "We Will Not Be Shaken" but still a solid offering. I found "Starlight" to be a perfect thesis statement for the entire record, and great way to kick things off, albeit a subdued start.

Other highlights for me were the lyrics of "Extravagant", the satisfiyingly intense build of the bridge in "There's No Other Name", the tender prayer of "For the One", and the joyous musicianship and lyrics of "You Came (Lazurus)"

"Catch the Wind" is probably the most different of the bunch in tone and message, and it stands out as a much needed change up within the tracklist.

The album features all the women of Bethel's stable of artists as did "You Make Me Brave" did, and they really shine.

The only things keeping it from being higher than a 4 star rating were that the lyrics tended toward clique, with too much repetition, song length began to wear due to there being 14 tracks most over the four minute mark, and the variety of male and femal voices was noticably absent.

Overall though, a fine record with much to offer both corporate worship and personal worship experiences.

So refreshing!

Jon Suchon,

We have been worshipping the Lord to these songs at Bethel for months! So stoked to have them in my music library!

About Bethel Music

Bethel Music isn't a group per se, but a Christian praise & worship collective centered around Bethel Church in Redding, California, and the ministry of Bill Johnson. Part church, part publishing house, part label, and home to singers, groups, musicians, and songwriters like Brian & Jenn Johnson, Jeremy Riddle, Steffany Gretzinger, William Matthews, and many others, Bethel Music releases collections of musical praise & worship gatherings. Highlights include 2012's The Loft Sessions, which was recorded live in a refurbished loft over several nights of worship sessions, and 2014's You Make Me Brave: Live at the Civic, which became their highest-charting album to that point by hitting number ten on the Billboard 200. Sony took note and began releasing their works with 2015's Come Alive and 2016's Have It All, which was recorded live during weekend services at Bethel Church. In 2017, Bethel Music released another live recording, Starlight, which was their first to be recorded on tour. ~ Steve Leggett & Marcy Donelson

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