Passion: Let the Future Begin Review

It is no secret that I am a fan of Christian music. As a musician and music educator, I just don’t see the value in listening to music that doesn’t lift my spirits or soothe my soul. Music has such an effect on our lives and our emotions that I believe it is important to filter what we listen to. Chris Tomlin, the United States most prolific songwriter according to Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI), along with Pastor Louie Giglio and other great Christian teachers and musicians were all key leaders of Passion 2013, a four-day gathering in January of this year, attended by a generation of 18-25 year olds from around the world. The conference was profiled in the national spotlight as students representing 52 countries and over 2,000 universities gave more than $3 million to help fund the freedom fight for the more than 27 million human slaves currently in captivity.

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The album Passion: Let the Future Begin was recorded live during the gathering and was released earlier this month to record sales and ratings.  Passion: Let the Future Begin had a No. 1 debut atop Christian SoundScan, as well No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200, the highest Billboard entry ever for a Passion recording. Garnering sales in excess of 47,000 units, this also marks sixstepsrecords’ second album this year to debut in the top 5 of the Billboard Top 200, following GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin’s No. 1 entry with Burning Lights this past January.

I have been listening to this CD for the past two weeks almost non-stop. There are new songs and some re-makes of classic Tomlin songs but unlike most worship albums, I like every song on this release. “God’s Great Dance Floor” is a 21st century call to worship which I’m sure was amazing at the live recording! How awesome it must have been to witness thousands of young adults dancing and praising the Lord!

Track Listing

  1.  God’s Great Dance Floor
  2. The Lord Our God
  3.  Jesus Only Jesus
  4. Once And For All
  5.  Burning In My Soul
  6. Revelation Song
  7. Children of Light
  8. Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)
  9. We Glorify Your Name
  10. Here’s My Heart
  11. Come to the Water
  12. My Delight is in You
  13. Shout
  14. In Christ Alone
  15. (deluxe) The Death of Death

If you love great worship music I suggest you download Passion: Let the Future Begin, you won’t be sorry.

Disclosure: I received a digital download of this album for the purpose of this review. All opinions are 100% mine. There are affiliate links in this post, if you purchase from these links, I will earn money.


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