Paul Wilbur - Live: A Night Of Extravagant Worship

Published Thursday 26th March 2009
Paul Wilbur - Live: A Night Of Extravagant Worship
Paul Wilbur - Live: A Night Of Extravagant Worship

STYLE: Messianic
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Integrity 44471
FORMAT: DVD Music video
RELEASE DATE: 2008-11-28
RRP: £13.99

Reviewed by John Fisher

Recorded live in Jacksonville, Florida, this DVD is as much colourful spectacle as well as a listening experience. Paul Wilbur is, of course, the biggest name in Messianic praise and worship music and treats the assembled throng to some of his more famous songs. Who can forget the anthemic chorus of "These Are The Days of Elijah" or the rousing lyrics of "Praise Adonai"? There are also guest appearances from Sharon Wilbur, a recent contestant on American Idol, singing the rockier sounding "Out Of Zion" and Kelanie Gloeckler, a graduate of the Morningstar School Of Ministry, who declares passionately and rousingly that there is "No One Like Jehovah". This is definitely for believers moved by Messianic music and if you are still to engage with the sweep and passion of Hebrew-style worship then, at just under one and half hours, this DVD would certainly not be a bad place to start.

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Product Description
This powerful release features Paul Wilbur at his very best with NEW renditions of his finest songs including 'Days of Elijah', 'Praise Adonai', 'Dance With Me', 'Adonai' and more.
Recorded LIVE in Jacksonville, Florida, it’s a shining example of artistic worship that includes the spectacular music, dance and pageantry that Messianic worship is noted for.

Reader Comments

Posted by shena pesama in Lusaka ZAMBIA @ 08:34 on Aug 24 2010

I am moved by messianic music and i like the hebrew -style of worship.
The first time i heard you sing was at our church library. the album, pray for the peace of Jerusalem.I just had to duy the album.

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