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1. Awakening Chris Tomlin 4:51
2. Say, Say Kristian Stanfill 3:27
3. Our God Chris Tomlin 5:28
4. How He Loves David Crowder*Band 5:32
5. Healing Is In Your Hands Christy Nockels 4:23
6. King Of Heaven (Isaiah 61) Charlie Hall 5:32
7. You Alone Can Rescue Matt Redman 5:13
8. Where The Spirit Of The Lord Is Chris Tomlin Featuring Christy Nockels 4:59
9. Rise And Sing Fee 5:11
10. Like A Lion David Crowder*Band 6:12
11. Chosen Generation Chris Tomlin 5:47
12. With Everything Hillsong United 8:38

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  • Audio CD (March 9, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: sixstepsrecords
  • ASIN: B003626TK4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,487 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Davis TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 9, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Passion: Awakening was recorded live in Atlanta this past January with more than 22,000 college-age students in attendance. I eagerly wait for each new Passion worship collection, From the beginning Passion268 has been rooted in the confession of Isaiah 26:8: "Yes Lord, walking in the way of Your truth we wait eagerly for You, for Your name and renown are the desire of our souls." As a result, Passion seeks to gather college and university students across the nation and around the world to seek the face of God, asking Him to ignite in our souls a passionate pursuit of Jesus Christ and a desire to spread His fame to everyone on earth. Louie Giglio says "We believe God is calling out a generation of college students committed to the glory of His name in all things. God longs to bring awakening to every campus, mobilizing the students of today to finish the task of global evangelization in this generation. God is calling us out for this purpose, in this moment, for His renown."

I've been collecting every Passion worship collection since the inception in 1998. The conferences have developed and introduced worship leaders David Crowder, Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels, Charlie Hall, and most recently Kristian Stanfill and Steve Fee. My favorite Chris Tomlin songs have generally been the new live recordings found on the Passion worship collections, going back to "We Fall Down," "Enough," "How Great Is Our God" and "God Of This City." This collection starts with the great new Chris Tomlin worship anthem "Awakening," which I hope will soon be a song I'll be singing with fellow believers, along with the 2 other new Chris Tomlin songs "Our God" and "Chosen Generation." "Awakening" has a great worshipful chorus which ends with "Let Your will be done in me," which is the cry of my heart as well.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By jjpilot on March 9, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I had the privilege to go to the Passion 2010 as a leader at my church. The music was recorded live with over 21,000 college students!

You can't go wrong with artists like: Hillsong United, Charlie Hall, David Crowder, Kristian Stanfill, Christy Nockels, Chris Tomlin, Steve Fee, and Matt Redman. (Forgive me if I've left one out.)

I got my copy yesterday and have been listening to it non-stop. The music is amazing, and especially when you can hear the crowd sing along. Some of the songs have been featured on some of the artists' cds, but most of the songs were new. The songs aren't just "feel good" worship music. Most of them have great lyrics and meaning. I hope this review helps!

To God be the Glory forever and ever!
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Zachary M. Hicks on March 16, 2010
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Worth getting it? If you're buying this album for personal edification, get it. You will be encouraged. If you're a worship leader looking for congregational material, save money and just buy the few songs worth evaluating (see the song-by-song analysis below).

Songs I would most likely end up using in worship: "You Alone Can Rescue" (Redman), "Our God" (Tomlin).

Accessibility: As usual, their sung keys favor tenors and altos (singing in nearly the same vocal range), alienating the bass and soprano vocal range. But good worship leaders should have the musical ability to re-set these songs in accessible keys (and if they don't, they should think about getting some musical training or else choosing a different vocation...because they're not serving the church well when they lead these songs in the recorded keys). Once the songs are set in congregation-friendly keys, the majority of them are accessible and singable for most congregations.

Theological depth: Passion still cannot stand up to the great hymns of the faith, but the longer they're around the more their songs progress to being God-centered rather than human-centered, with a stronger gospel focus. There is still a lack of substantive reflection on one major part of the Christian experience--suffering. Where one of my friends had described the texts and styles coming from Hillsong United as "adolescent," I would comparatively describe this latest collection from Passion a bit more mature (20s, early 30s?) with some deeper songs that push the average upward. Whether they know it or not, the Passion folks still reflect a charismatic/Pentecostal theological perspective in the way they choose to express, experience, and request God's presence.

Musicality: As always, superb.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary Oates on August 25, 2010
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This is a very good CD- but, I just can't describe it, not all songs I would want to play over and over in my iPOD. In fact, only a handful of songs I would consider amazing- like "With Everything" by Hillsongs United (the last song on the CD). This song is just totally awesome and it even sounds better than the version on the Hillsongs "This is our God" CD. Other songs like "Amazing" by Chris Tomlin and "How He Loves" by the David Crowder Band are both skillfully arranged and lyrically powerful worship songs while "Healing is in Your Hands" by Christy Nockles is a beautiful heartfelt song. These are the true winners of the CD in my opinion as well as "Rise and Sing" by Fee- a get out of your chair and left your arms in praise worship song. However, the dropoff for me is where the songs become of what the artist is wanting to do for the Lord and not what has already been provided by the Lord to the artist. It's not about what we want to do (which is of work that we want to provide for Him out of gratification) but what already has been done (which is of by His grace) and repeated back to the Lord (an acknowledgement of His provisions and blessings which the bible says- pleases Him) is what seperates the good from the great songs to me. There is simply more of a spiritual/annoiting element in these songs that acknowledge and express heartfelt love and reverence for the Lord than the rest when the artists glorify about what they want to do for the Lord- with all good intentions- during the song. It is like they are magnifying what they are doing for the Lord instead of what the Lord has already done for them and their hope in His words, promises, love. This is the artists works, almost like they are working to try to earn His blessings by making songs of what they are going to do.Read more ›
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