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Hallelujah Here Below CD

Hallelujah Here Below CD

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Hallelujah Here Below was inspired by Exodus 20:25 where God requests an altar built of imperfect stones. As living stones, he now asks us to bring him our rough edges and our broken pieces. He doesn't expect our perfection - he created us to worship him in our imperfection. He already knows who you are. He was with you in your darkest valley. He was with you in your weakest moment, and he is with you now. Give him your hallelujah, praise God, from whom all blessings flow; praise him, all creatures here below.

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ISBN: 704751961084
Producer:
Elevation Church
Product Code: 10058690
Binding: CD-Audio
Release Date: 28.09.2018

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CLC World Review  (25.01.2019)

Hallelujah Here Below is the highly-anticipated new album from Elevation Worship, which follows up the highly successful
There Is A Cloud. “Won't Stop Now" makes a great energetic opener for the album and has a hope filled bridge that is sure to get your feet tapping. The song reminds us that our best days are ahead of us, and what God has planned for us is immeasurably more than we imagine. “Echo" featuring Tauren Wells is another song along those same lines. Its joyful message of God's love which should cause us to break out in praise is possibly my favourite track from the album. With a style and genre not dissimilar to that of Hillsong music, Hallelujah Here Below possesses its own unique sound, perfect for anyone looking for something new in 2019.
Chris Brown from the band said, “I think people get caught up in trying to be perfect and end up feeling like they’re not enough... But this album is all about how God doesn’t ask for perfect praise – He wants praise that only we can give Him: broken and imperfect.”
Together, MUSIC REVIEWS by Josh Banks

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