VCF Nashville - Let Your Healing Come

Sunday 1st August 1999
VCF Nashville - Let Your Healing Come

RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Mike Rimmer

Around five years ago the Vineyard Church in Nashville began to experience a fresh wind of the Spirit accompanied by a wave of healing. This album is born out of that move of God which continues today. The album was recorded live at the church in October 1998 and although Vineyard has a reputation for producing albums of extremely laid back worship, there are some great moments of lively praise found here. Best examples are the suitably introductory "Make Yourself At Home" which has a pretty classic Vineyard soft rock sound and the strong celebratory "Maranatha" which sounds surprising half way through the album after a segment of more reflective songs! "Most High God" chugs along nicely whilst "Stand Firm" is a slow burning groove and "Our Inheritance" is a rousing stomping closing number. The highlights here are two songs penned and sung by Jan L'Ecuyer. The first "Let Your Healing Come" is a cry for God to heal hearts and "Love Like You" is a prayerful plea to enter the security of God's love. Both are beautiful but then when God moves, inspired music follows.

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