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On this spiritual soundtrack, Elevation Worship attempt to prove that heaven is indeed a place on earth. Opening with the ecstatic title track, the album is filled with declarations of faith and marked by spontaneous shouts of praise. The tempo may shift, but the mood is always celebratory: The whispery, confiding nature of “Yahweh” is reminiscent of Michael W. Smith’s worship tunes, while the piano-driven “O Come to the Altar” has a stripped-back, organic feel, and the hymn-like “Resurrecting” adds a traditional element.
O Come To The Altar
Heard this song at the most recent Student Takeover camp and gave my life to Christ to this song. Hope people hear this song and get moved the way I did!
I was at the live recording this past July and it was an awesome experience to say the least. The presence of Jesus filled that whole arena. What a great night that was. Can’t wait to hear this music again and then play it over and over in my car. God Bless you guys! Love Elevation. You guys are doing great things for the Kingdom. Never stop. God is good!
Fresh inspiration that leads you to the throne of grace.
This is the best album from Elevation yet. The vulnerable lyrics are coupled with a heart to see God’s Kingdom come from heaven to earth. These songs lead you to the feet of Jesus and give you freedom to worship without boundaries. Let the Spirit fall fresh on you as these songs invite you to lift up the Creator.
Formed: 2006 in Charlotte, NC
Genre: Christian & Gospel
Years Active: ’00s, ’10s
Elevation Worship is the group name given to a series of album releases related to the Elevation Church located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The church was formed by Pastor Steven Furtick in early 2006 with the first Elevation Worship release, Live Worship, following soon after. Two more albums, We Are Alive (2008) and Kingdom Come (2010) would arrive via the Essential Worship label. In 2011, they signed with the major-label Sony and released For the Honor that same year. A four-song EP, Nothing…