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Worship God

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"Worship God" charted at No. 5 on the Contemporary Christian music chart and No. 94 on Billboard's Top 200 which marked St. James' first Top 100 album.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Let My Words Be Few
  2. Song Of Love
  3. Breathe
  4. God Of Wonders
  5. Lamb Of God
  6. Above All
  7. Better Is One Day
  8. Quiet You With My Love
  9. More Than The Watchmen
  10. It Is Well
  11. You


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 26, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Forefront
  • ASIN: B000060NUZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,517 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Rebecca's new Worship God CD is the best worship album by one artist that I've ever heard. While sticking to the original melodies for the familiar songs and not doing anything too outrageous with the new ones, this album has a depth and power that you don't normally hear.
"Let My Words Be Few" is a great start to this album. Not too slow, not too heavy, it's a wonderful introduction to entering a time of worship with God. The only complaint I have about this song is Rebecca's signature "whine" at the ends of certain words. A lot of people are bothered by this, but have no fear, this is the only song where it really sticks out.
"Song of Love" is my favorite song on the album. Rebecca's voice has matured so much since her release of "God", and on this cut, you can *tell*. I was thrilled with the singability of this one, considering that it's brand new. I love the chorus. "The heavens declare You are God / And the mountains rejoice..."
I hadn't heard "Breathe" before I bought this album, and I assumed it was a brand new song. I was pleasantly surprised when I found out that it was a marvelous version of the song "This Is the Air I Breathe". It's the best version I've heard of this beautiful worship song so far.
"God of Wonders" doesn't have anything special in it, but if you love the song, here's a remake. I was surprised that they decided to re-do such a recent song, and I still like the original version better.
"Lamb of God" has pumping, powerful sound and lyrics straight out the Bible. I had the opportunity to sing this with a huge audience at one of Rebecca's concerts. Excellent.
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I have wanted to post my review of RSJ's "Worship GOD" for quite some time on here, and after reading the 3-star review given to this album, I am REALLY eager to post my review. The saying of this album not being revolutionary is far from the truth.
MY REVIEW:
Rebecca St. James is back...and better than ever. With her sixth studio release, Worship God, she decided to in fact do a worship album. It is no surprise. I knew eventually RSJ would release another worship album, because that is how she got her start 10 years ago with her indie release, Refresh My Heart. Don't believe the misconception you hear a lot about this album being 'another worship album'. It's not. Yeah, not all of it is original, but on most of those non-original songs, RSJ breathes new life to those usually slower tunes such as "Let My Words Be Few", the album's first single "Breathe", "Above All", and the classic hymn "It Is Well With My Soul" (which on the track listing is actually "It Is Well"). She also changes the sound to "God Of Wonders" with some awesome guitar work, and "Better Is One Day" with a bit of an edgier side to it. Perhaps the highlights on the album are in fact the original tunes. The amazing "Song Of Love", which is my personal favorite from the album, is screaming 'soon-to-be worship classic'. It is a medium tempo song that shows nature's and our love for God. The chorus sums it up: The heavens declare you are God / And the mountains rejoice / The ocean's cry "Alleluia" / As we worship You, Lord / For this is our song of Love. "Lamb Of God" is another original song that gives a pop/rock feel like maybe no other song here. The synthesizers on this song rock, as do the amazing lyrics. The next original is "Quiet You With My Love", a song taken from Zephaniah 3:17.
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I am a chritian teenager and this album is awesome Rebbeca not only sings with all her heart but she lives for God daily. This is evident through her spirit filled songs. Thanks Rebbeca for encouraging me to go in the direction of purity.
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This latest work of Rebecca is her best in my opinion. Every song on the CD is not only produced together wonderfully by Matt Brownlee, but it is matched with every bit of quality by Rebecca St. James. She is evolving into one of the great Christian artists of all time. What can't you say about her songs? They are wonderfully written, Christ centered lyrics that are outstanding! My favorite song on the CD is "Quiet you with my love". That really is not counting the other 12 songs on here! To be honest, all of them are excellent. It's just that "Quiet you with my love" holds a special meaning to me. I'm sure everyone will have their own "Personal" favorite with this one! Thanks Rebecca and Matt for your outstanding work! This CD should be in everyone's collection!
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...The CD opens with the Phillips, Craig and Dean favorite "Let My Words Be Few" - I love what Rebecca does with this song! Fans of worship songs will also recognize "Breathe" from Michael W. Smith's worship album, and "God of Wonders" from City on a Hill (see my other reviews to read my review of both these albums). Paul Baloche's "Above All" and the favorite "Better is One Day" are very well-done. Note: "Above All" was NOT written by Michael W Smith - I actually like Paul Baloche's version better, but the song gained popularily after MWS's Worship album came out.
Then Rebecca shows some of her songwriting talent with several songs on this album. "Song of Love" and "Lamb of God" are wonderful, and I love her version of "It is Well with My Soul". Anyone who likes Rebecca St James' music should buy this CD, and even if you haven't tried her other albums yet, get this one! It's a great worship album that won't disappoint you!
Also, you might want to check out Rebecca's rendition of "Love Broke Through" on a Keith Green tribute album of the same name, which was released in early 2002, 20 years after Keith Green's death. This album is a compilation of other artist's renderings of some of Keith Green's most well-loved songs.
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