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This album is sure to bless both congregations and individuals alike with its range of high praise moments
and slower points of deeper intimacy and pursuit.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought this after stumbling across it via Jesus Culture (it's a Jesus Culture-produced album). And I am so glad. The lyrics are so powerful and the music catchy and joyful.
"Overcome", one of the songs, sums up Heather's heart for Jesus and also my response as I so easily raise my arms in surrender as I sing along praising Him.
If you like Christy Nockels, Jesus Culture, buy this as you'll love it.
I'm very impressed by her powerful vocals which remind me of the other passionate female Jesus Culture singers, Kim Walker-Smith, Kristene DiMarco and Steffany Frizzell, as well as mainstream singer Sarah McLachlan. Overcome opens with a great upbeat invitational song, "Come In," which has piercing and sincere vertical lyrics perfectly setting the tone for this great album: "I have come to greet the King, I have come to give myself in total abandonment, I've come to lay down all that holds me back from You, I've come to lay down all that holds You back from me." Amen to that! The album has a mesmerizing, contemplative vibe and every song invites the listener to join in with Heather as she praises our Savior and Lord Jesus with all of her heart and soul. "Overcome" captivates me with the completely biblical and confessional lyrics: "I'm coming to be touched by the coal, I'm coming that You'd reach out Your hand and make me whole, I walked by this Fire so many times, but now I'm coming in...Purify me Lord, Burn away the things that don't please You, create in me a light that shines.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Haven't heard from Heather in quite a while. This CD blew me away. The passion is best displayed in the title song "Overcome. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rick Arrowood
My introduction to Heather Clark was in November 2012 through a South African friend who got me to listen to the song Overcome on YouTube. Read morePublished on March 12, 2014 by Joseph Wagdy