12 Songs, 40 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings
9 Ratings

You Are My Hiding Place

L Earl

Is it so terribly wrong of me to review my own album and give it 5 stars and two thumbs up? I rave about my wife of 46 years and the fact that my five kids seem to like me lots:). I like them lots too! Why should I fake humility and just give my album 3 1/2 stars. No way, Jose! I love this album! My son, Daniel, produced it. All my five kids (the band Danielson) and all my grandkids sang and played. I AM simply over the moon over this album. I confess it! :) Lenny

Lenny Smith's "You Are My Hiding Place"

Let Us Make a Record

Once again, Lenny dives deep into scripture, looking to the poetry of the psalmists, of Ruth, of Jesus himself, to gives words to his worship. His family and friends sing and clap and shout along. Really, I think the world could use a little Lenny Smith right now.

You Are My Hiding Place


Since writing "Our God Reigns" Lenny Smith has continued to grow in his musical gifting and create new and inspiring Christian music, with the help of God. If you like "Our God Reigns" you will LOVE this album!

About Lenny Smith

Most notably the author of the contemporary gospel standard "Our God Reigns," singer/songwriter Lenny Smith has risen to new prominence through the rise of his children's work in the uncompromisingly avant-garde Danielson Famile. Having begun writing songs while a seminary student at Mt. St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD, Smith drew inspiration in the liturgical songs and "folk masses" that were part of his environment and was especially intrigued by the pairing of scripture to music. Still, he had little luck with song publishers until his "Our God Reigns" was popularized by traveling evangelists and the song's fame spread across the globe. Having exchanged teaching Latin for house painting, Smith grew into a prolific writer, with over 160 songs to his credit. Releasing his first album at the age of 58, 2001's Deep Calls to Deep found Smith running through an eclectic set of rock-based gospel that may not have had much in common with the music of his offspring but showed a similar, if quite differently communicated, religious fervor. ~ Matt Fink