In our culture, we place an inflated premium on novelty. We have a propensity to easily discard the old in favor of the new. This is why like gushing water worship songs are being released, sung a few times and they are quickly discarded into the oldies bin. And in an effort to keep up with prodigious demands for new music, many of our worship songs recycle the same hooks, clichés and they are lyrically as thin as sliced bread. Sometimes all that is needed is to take some of the classics give it a little re-construction, polish off the imperfections, add a layer of varnish and there you have a song re-imagined with mystery and awe again.
There are records containing worship songs and then there are moments of worship contained on records. “Endless Praise” thankfully belongs to the latter.
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