Enthroned (re-issue) by Sarah Clay
|1. Breath Of God|
|2. Bless The Lord|
|3. Uncontainable Grace|
|4. Glory To The Lamb|
|5. Your Glory|
|6. Holy (I Stand In Your Presence)|
|7. Take My Life|
|8. Wind Of Your Spirit|
|9. Read The Heavens (Rain Down)|
|10. Glory To Glory|
|11. You Are Beautiful|
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Reviewed by Ian Hayter
You can read Mike Rimmer's full review of this debut CD elsewhere on the Cross Rhythms site, but the highly rated indie-released debut and second albums by this talented songstress from Cambridge's Faith Life Church have now been picked up for retail distribution. It's a very welcome break for Sarah, whose songs and arrangements display a musical maturity and deep desire to worship God. This strong set of songs should now deservedly reach a wider public.
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 29401
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Sarah Clay 689076411172
Release Date: 10 Jan 2012
Cambridge worship leader's debut album gets commercial release.
“When we worship, we enthrone the precious blood-stained Lamb of God. Something amazing happens; we join with the multitudes around the throne of the Lamb. We are not just worshippers who sing our praises here on earth; instead, we join with the saints, the angels, the heavenly hosts, tens of thousands crying out ‘Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lamb that was slain’.
“When we draw near in worship, the Lord comes and builds a throne of His glory and His presence, right in the midst of us. It is amazing to think that God Almighty is searching, seeking out his worshippers who will worship in Spirit and in truth (John 4:23). What an honour to be worshippers that he seeks.”
Cambridge worship leader's 2009 album gets commercial release.
The album debut from a Cambridge-based worship leader produced by Paul Burton.