Style: Irish worship; compare to Vicky Beeching, Kari Jobe, Vineyard Worship
Top tracks: "Let It Come," "I Believe in Jesus," "We Still Believe"
Scott's fourth release is full of mid-tempo anthems and a few upbeat rockers (think: an edgier Robin Mark) plus duets with Brian Doekersen. The songs, recorded live at Bethel Church in Redding, California, are about trusting God for complete healing and restoration. In a seemingly anointed segment on "I Believe on Jesus," Scott calls for victory over cancelled sin, similar to what Darlene Zschech did on Hillsong's "The Wonder of Your Love." Musically, there's a bit too much piano balladry and not enough sing-along hooks, plus several repeats from earlier albums ("Child of God," "Hungry").1
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