13 Songs, 52 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Npuva ,

Still holds up after all these years

The sincerity and the anointing are evident and still powerful even though the songs are all 15+ years old. Kent has a gift for unlocking people in worship and giving them the musical space and the time to pour their hearts out to the Lord in adoration. The only thing more "modern" which is comparable in its ability to pull people into God's Presence would be Terry MacAlmon or Alberto & Kimberly Rivera. If you enjoy psalmist-type spontaneous worship you should definitely buy this album and the other two in this series. Particularly check out Tracks 1 through 6.

Centala ,


It's as if Kent henry stood in heaven and Jesus told Him to lay aside his guitar and instead declared to Him "Here is my heart, go and play it" and that is what Kent Henry has done. This album will bring you into the heart of Jesus where you are looking up from his feet in tears at His greatness and unconditional love for you! This album is life-changing! You will never be the same again if you dare listen to it!

Quiberon Bay ,

One of the best worship albums ever. Seriously.

This is a part of Kent’s worship “Trilogy” and I think it’s the best of the three. This album is 20 years old but it will still speak to the modern worshiper. If you are looking for a worship album that contains genuine worship in the Spirit as opposed to overproduced hype which gives you no rest in your spirit, this is the one.

Kent has the gift of not caring what people think and so he gives the Lord his whole heart on this album and helps the congregation do the same. This is impossible to fake and if you’ve been in Spirit-filled church 30+ years like I have then you know what I mean.

Summary: this is possibly the best album of worship and prayer ever put out by someone who really is a father (the father?) of the genre.

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