Grammy ward winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has just released their brand new video "Pray." "Pray" is the title cut of their most recent album which debutted at #1 on the iTunes Christian and Gospel Albums chart. The choir's director, Carol Cymbala, says the title track was chosen for an important reason.
"'Pray' is a ballad sung by Timiney Figueroa and it inspires people to look away from their problems and give them to God at the throne of grace," says Cymbala. "We chose the song as the title of the CD because the bible says God's house shall be called a house of prayer. Teaching, music, and worship are all important, but I truly believe we need more prayer in our lives and in our churches. Through prayer, anything is possible and we want to encourage everyone, everywhere to pray."
Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, now a 280-voice team, is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year with an album that gives expression to what has been the powerhouse of this singing team. Centering around the theme of God's sovereignty accomplished through prayer, this record returns to the traditional sounds that first brought them to the dance as well as the themes that have been igniting their passions this year.
"Pray" follows 2013's highly successful "Love Lead the Way" with 14 new songs recorded live.
Read our review of their latest album "Pray:" http://www.hallels.com/articles/12493/20150212/brooklyn-tabernacle-choir-pray-album-review.htm#ixzz3SKuEl4JK