STYLE: Gospel RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 18129-DVD233 LABEL: Fair Trade Services 000768359112 FORMAT: DVD Music video ITEMS: 1 RRP: £7.99
Reviewed by Rebecca Mason
There is nothing quite like a group of voices raised in praise to the Lord. The anointing just drips off this DVD. Visually it is very impressive - all sequins and tuxedos - however, from the powerful first song "Thou O Lord", I was completely caught up in an atmosphere of worship. This really is so much more than a performance - it is all about Jesus. It had me wishing I was there! However, it is also great to put on at home and worship along with. The second track "Gloria" is a beautiful song, partly sung in Spanish. The DVD from the long established choir features 15 tracks including several inspiring testimonies. The arrangements are slick, vocals are tight and the Spirit is moving! This would be good to give to a non-Christian friend if they're interested in gospel music. At one and half hours the running time is quite long, however it is good to watch in parts and put on when you need some encouragement. If you like an uplifting message in your music this is for you.
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God is still at work in the lives of people….and everyday He amazes us!!
With almost 300 members, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir displays the amazing power of a loving God at work in people's lives. At over one hour, this DVD shines with a seamless yet multi-faceted collection of worshipful anthems combined with living testimonies of members who were once addicted to drugs, homeless, full of despair and without hope.
I'm Amazed… Live features one hour of music and testimonies that declare the greatness and glory of God and the power of the Gospel to dramatically change and redeem lives.
Special guest appearances by Jason Crabb, Luther Barnes and Donnie McClurkin.