Onething - Onething Live: You Satisfy My Soul

Published Thursday 10th April 2014
Onething - Onething Live: You Satisfy My Soul
Onething - Onething Live: You Satisfy My Soul

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 145187-21745
LABEL: Forerunner FMC093
RELEASE DATE: 2013-11-12
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Recorded live in August last year at the International House Of Prayer's annual OneThing gathering, this is well up to the high standard of previous OneThing releases. Ryan Kondo's joyful "Like A Lion" is a powerful anthemic opener while Matt Gilman's "Awaken Love" is as good as the version you'll hear on his solo album. A particular standout is Davy Flower's song "My Comfort" featuring The Cry (not to be confused with Canada's The Kry) while the title track sung by Laura Hackett is a passionate reminder of God's faithfulness. What is extraordinary about the IHOP/Forerunner Music releases is the sheer number of exceptional worship composers and leaders that they bring together. Even in this modern worship saturated age 'You Satisfy My Soul' stands out.

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Product Description
For 25,000 young adults across the globe, downtown Kansas City has become an annual destination for encountering Jesus. Each December, the International House of Prayer of Kansas City hosts Onething, an intimate and energetic time of worship, prayer, teaching and ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Featuring nine worship leaders, Onething Live: You Satisfy My Soul captures this atmosphere of devotion to Jesus and highlights some of the most memorable moments of worship from Onething 2012.

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