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Deluxe CD/DVD Edition includes a bonus DVD that contains a live performance filmed at Red Rocks. In addition to the full concert, the DVD also includes a full talk from Passion founder, Louie Giglio, along with a special performance from Kari Jobe. 2013 album from the Christian singer/songwriter. With eleven #1 Christian radio singles, three Grammy nominations, two Billboard Music Awards, 16 Dove Awards, one platinum and two gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well known and influential artists in contemporary Christian music, referred to by Time Magazine as 'most likely the most often sung artist anywhere.'
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"Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)" is chock full of the Truth that as Christians, we need to have full reliance on God to deal with the struggles of life. The song perfectly expresses that dependence: "I'm holding on to Your promises, You are faithful...I know Who goes before me, I know Who stands behind, The God of Angel armies, is always on my side, The One Who reigns forever, He is a friend of mine." "Lay Me Down" is an unashamed declaration of faith and desire to serve God in the same musical rock style as "I Will Wait" by Mumford & Sons. "I lay me down, I am not my own, I belong to You alone, lay me down, lay me down...there is no life apart from You, lay me down" is the bold testimonial of this song which is a great anthem for Christians everywhere praying to live for God's glory. All of these lyrics point to the wonders of our God combined with sweeping melodies and infectious choruses that will be replayed in your mind over and over again. You can experience the majestic nature of God in the music of Chris Tomlin. The opening tracks set the tone brilliantly for this exceptional worship album, sure to be one of the best of the year. I am very moved by these opening songs. I find myself raising my hands in worship after those opening tracks, and then I'm compelled to reach out horizontally to help show others the love of Jesus. "God's Great Dance Floor" was co-written with Martin Smith of Delirious and is an unashamed declaration of faith to God wrapped around a new contemporary electronic musical style. I love the truth of the song: "You'll never stop loving us, no matter how far we run, You'll never give up on us, all of Heaven will shout, let the future begin. I come alive, I feel alive / I am alive on God's Great Dance Floor." You probably won't be adding that song to your church services, but the song is hooked-filled, fun and you'll belt it out once you learn the chorus. Since the last Passion: White Flag recording, I've loved "White Flag" and "Jesus, Son of God" featuring Christy Nockels which are both great anthems for the Church. Tomlin's albums have all included hymn-like congregational worship songs like "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)" and "All The Way My Savior Leads Me." "Crown Him (Majesty)" features Kari Jobe and is a fantastic re-write of the classic hymn of the faith.
"Sovereign" features Tomlin's signature powerful vocals and reflects deep faith in God's Lordship over our lives: "From the Beginning to the End, I can trust You, God whatever comes my way, I will trust You." Amen. "Countless Wonders" is a great depiction of God's Word applying to us with the biblical words: "Your beauty fills the sky, Great God of countless wonders, I will lift my eyes." "Thank You God for Saving Me" featuring Phil Wickham is an incredible song for worshippers. This is an amazing song of gratefulness to sing directly to God at the top of your lungs: "My heart is Yours, my soul is free, thank You God for saving me." The gorgeous closing song "Shepherd Boy" bookends the "Burning Lights" concept. The opening lyrics sum up the theme of the album: "I'm no hero of the faith, I'm not as strong as I thought I was, I'm just a shepherd boy singing to a choir of burning lights, I'm just singing, singing over you, come and lay your troubles down, cause Love is breaking through." Amen.
CLOSING THOUGHTS (Staff Review, NewReleaseTuesday.com)
What's most impressive is how these catchy songs will have you singing along at the top of your lungs after just a couple of listens Burning Lights is my new favorite overall album by Chris Tomlin. There's biblical truth married to personal lyrics in the songs "Awake My Soul," "Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)," "Lay Me Down" and the moving song "Shepherd Boy." The album is loaded with incredible songs for the Church, especially "Crown Him (Majesty)," "White Flag," "Jesus, Son of God," "Countless Wonders" and "Thank You God for Saving Me." They are all instantly sing-able and worshipful arrangements that you'll want to add to your Sunday morning set-list. The themes of this album are Trusting God, loving Him and loving others as He loved us. All of the songs are catchy, exciting and worshipful. After listening to the album, I am stirred with compassion to love people as Jesus loves us. That's the heart behind this album, and thank you Chris for blessing us with your music and for singing the Truth of the Gospel for the Kingdom of God.
What is about Chris Tomlin that has made him one of the most influential global worship artists around? Across the world each Sunday, churches are using the songs of Tomlin such as "Jesus Messiah," "Our God," "Jesus My Redeemer," "How Great is Our God" as soundtracks for lifting up the name of Jesus in worship. Recently, as an indication of Tomlin's international worldwide influence, his hit "Our God" was recorded in a quadruple of languages namely Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and Mandarin. And such a pandemic streak is not about to end any time soon with the release of "Burning Lights." "Burning Lights," Tomlin's eighth solo studio record, is definitely going to continue to even aggrandize this sweeping phenomena. Central to Tomlin's success is that he is at heart a worshipper of the Almighty God. As a result via his songs he is able to capture the grandeur of God by building up to anthemic heights of explosive praise yet embracing simple but ear catching riffs that the casual listener could sing-a-long with. Also, his rich and even-keeled tenor with flourishes of strong emotional intensities (not unlike Matt Redman) is a surplus. Further, unlike many singer-songwriters who are quite hesitant to share the song crafting pie, Tomlin is humble enough to write and build on the contributions of fellow writers. This time round on this new disc, we find notable writers such as Phil Wickham, Matt Maher, Ed Cash, Matt Redman and the ubiquitous SESAC Christian Songwriter of the Year Jason Ingram co-writing with him.
Never one to rest on his laurels, with "Burning Lights" Tomlin continues to provide the church with new and future worship classics. It is not difficult to see why Christian radio and churches are already warming up to the lead single "Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)." The instantaneous appeal of this song is found in the song's emotional transparency. Tomlin is vulnerable enough to admit that life is tough often plagued by all kinds of fears. Yet, in the midst of such angst, he challenges us to look towards how God surrounds us with his hordes of his angels. Such a Godly gaze will dispel our fears that right before the song ends we would already be brimming with praise before God. This is truly what Godly worship is all about. Concurrent with Hillsong's recent single "Cornerstone" where a new chorus is strung onto an old hymn, "Crown Him (Majesty)" finds Tomlin resurrecting the timeless hymn "Crown Him with Many Crowns" tagging onto it a newly written chorus. Adding to the beauty of this re-constructed hymn is the inclusion of Kari Jobe's vocals on the second verse. And listening to how she soars with Tomlin to the song's majestic climax culminated in the final verse is just heavenly. With some crisp strumming of just the guitar over the first half of the song, Phil Wickham joins Tomblin on the folky "Thank You for Saving Me."
Tomlin not only gives us his usual high-charged pop/rock worship staples, he also comes with a few surprises. Though first appeared on Delirious' former lead single Martin Smith's ep, "God's Great Dance Floor" gets a Brit-dance makeover. Starting with just the synth before the brass band breaks out, "God's Great Dance Floor" finds Tomlin dancing with charm on this catchy Smith-Tomlin composition. Stirring too is "Awake My Soul"--here Tomlin stretches his musical boundaries to include a hip hop sermonic midsection by rapper Lecrae. Recalling how the Spirit resurrects the dry bones in Ezekiel's vision, Tomlin calls upon us to be fully alive in Christ. And no Tomlin would ever be complete with his signature ballads. Here the ballads are strangely delegated to the second half of the CD ("Countless Wonder," "Shepherd Boy," "Jesus, Son of God" and "Sovereign"). The best among the quartet is "Shepherd Boy." With a piano underpinning joined later by a choir and some gorgeous arrays of strings, "Shepherd Boy" is prayerful devotional to take what seems to be our insignificant lives and lay it for the Master's use.
Important to note is that not all the 12 cuts here are new. In fact, 3 songs here have already appeared in 2012's Passion album ("White Flag," "Jesus, Son of God" and "Lay Me Down"). Other than "White Flag," they are the weakest inclusions here with "Lay Me Down" being a refurbished (and extremely busy) worship number. Nevertheless, "Burning Lights" is certainly a landmark worship album not just in 2013 but in any year. Songs on this disc are going to be heard endless in churches over numerous languages across the world. But more importantly, just as Tomlin is a worshipper at heart, these songs will continue to transform us from being lovers of this world to be true worshippers of the Almighty God.
"Whom shall I Fear" is driving song that points saints to our trustworthy God:
My strength is in Your name, for You alone can save/You will deliver me, Yours is the victory/Whom shall I fear?/Whom shall I fear?/I know who goes before me/I know who stands behind, the God of angel armies is by my side/The One who reigns forever, He is a friend of mine/The God of angel armies is always by my side.
And nothing formed against me shall stand/You hold the whole world in your hands/I'm holding on to Your promises/You are faithful, You are faithful.
"White Flag" is an anthem that invites rebels to surrender to the King of the universe. With a U2 feel, the song is a bold affirmation of the penal substitutionary atonement and the sufficiency of Christ's cross:
The battle rages on as storm and tempest roar/We cannot win this fight, inside our rebel hearts/We're laying down our weapons now/We raise our white flag, we surrender all to You, all for You/We raise our white flag, the war is over, love has come, Your love has won.
Here on this holy ground, You made a way for peace/Laying your body down, You took our rightful place/This freedom song is marching on!/We raise our white flag, we surrender all to You, all for You/We raise our white flag, the war is over, love has come, Your love has won.
Tomlin has a gift for reintroducing the great hymns of the church with a contemporary feel and even adding some new lyrics that complement a given hymn. For instance, "Crown Him With Many Crowns" is a hymn that Tomlin reframes the on the disc:
Crown Him with many crowns the Lamb upon His throne/Hark how the heavnenly anthems drones all music but its own/Awake my soul and sing, of Him who died for me/And hail Him as thy matchless King through all eternity
Majesty, Lord of all, let every throne before Him fall/The King of kings, oh come adore! Our God who reigns for evermore!
Crown Him the Lord of life who triumphed over the grave /And rose victorious in the strife for those He came to save/His glories now we sing, who died and rose on high/Who died eternal life to bring and lives that death may die.
Majesty, Lord of all, let every throne before Him fall/The King of kings, oh come adore! Our God who reigns for evermore!
My favorite song, "Sovereign" reminds listeners that God reigns on high. He is the King who is owing of our allegiance and trust:
Sovereign in the mountain air, sovereign on the ocean floor, with me in the calm, with me in the storm/Sovereign in my greatest joy, sovereign in my deepest cry, with me in the dark, with me at the dawn.
In your everlasting arms, all the pieces of my life from beginning to the end, I can trust You/In Your never-failing love, You work everything for good, God whatever comes me way, I will trust You.
All my hopes, all I need - held in Your hands, All my life, all of me - held in Your hands, All my fears, all my dreams - held in Your hands ...
My family and our good friends from Christ Fellowship had the pleasure of worshipping with Chris Tomlin last summer at the County Fair in Lynden, Washington. As we worshipped, I noticed the carnival in the background. Hoards of people enjoyed the rides and screamed as the zipper soared and the roller coaster roared. The thought struck me, "Everyone is a worshipper." And while God's people drank deeply from an inexaustable fountain, the people of the world found their delight in lesser things. The scene reminded me of the well-known episode in John Bunyan's epic work, Pilgrim's Progress where the people reveled in Vanity Fair. It was a surreal moment that I will not soon forget.
Chris Tomlin reminds Baptists and Presbyterians that hand clapping is not only permissible - it is commanded! He reminds Charismatics that a good beat is a good thing - but never good enough. It must be accompanied by sound doctrine. Burning Lights is a none other than a radical call to God-centeredness; a call to worship. Thanks go out to Chris Tomlin for leading the people of God to the throne of God for the glory of God!
Chris' latest effort "Burning Lights" is a great album and a must for any of Tomlin's fans or anyone who appreciates modern worship music. Standouts on the album include "Awake My Soul", "Crown Him", "Countless Wonders" and the radio hit "Whom Shall I Fear". "God's Great Dance Floor" is also a fun song, although the album version seems a little weak after seeing Chris and the rest of the Passion worship team absolutely blow the song out at Passion 2013.
If the album has any flaws, it's the fact that at least three of the songs found here were available previously on the last Passion album "White Flag". Not only were they available there, but I actually prefer the live recordings better than the studio versions found on this album.
Aside from that, this album is fantastic. I'll also say that this album - although not a live album - sounds almost live. So I don't know who produced it or what they did to change things up, but I believe this particular album sounds better than anything Tomlin has released in the past. So kudos to not only Tomlin, but also the studio and production staff.