Jon Colyer - Let It Rain

Published Wednesday 1st September 2004
Jon Colyer - Let It Rain
Jon Colyer - Let It Rain

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Jon Colyer
RRP: £10.99

Reviewed by Nigel Harris

While attending Rhema Bible Training Centre in Oklahoma, Jon Colyer played the piano and sang for Kenneth Hagin Ministries' Prayer and Healing School. Upon graduating, the musician set up Jon Colyer Ministries International from which he travels widely as a revival and healing evangelist. As he says on the CD cover, one of the main characteristics of the rain or outpouring of God's spirit is that it is prayed down. 'Let It Rain' features Jon on piano leading an extended time of crying out to God on behalf of the nations. Jon is an impressive musician and is accompanied by a drummer and backing vocalist on four songs, including Stuart Townend's "How Long". However, most of the CD features Jon's piano-backed powerful and uplifting prayer ministry. Listening to this CD could seriously transform your prayer life.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. How Long [Listen]
2. Send Your Fire [Listen]
3. Let It Rain [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Attitude Gyal in london @ 11:10 on Dec 29 2006

i wud just lyk 2 say keep da good work up n may da Lord bless u n ur music in many ways da 1st song how long sounds good as wot ive herd so far but da other 2 der wosnt a song 4 me review or comment on cos all i herd wos u talkin in it but i have 2 admit wen i herd part of da song let it rain on tv i hav 2 admit it is touchin n dats y i had 2 research on da internet to find out and about ur music and i just wont 2 say keep da good work up its all bless.

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