Thursday, September 15, 2011

Music Review: "Furious" by Jeremy Riddle

"Furious" will be released 9/20/11.
The title Furious does not convey anger, as one might infer. 
In the title track,  Furious refers to the strength and intensity of God's love ("Your love is furious").  Some thoughts on other tracks:  
"Love Came Down" is the best track on the CD, telling us how because of the overwhelming love of God, we are forever His.
"Always" reminds us to make room and make time in our lives for prayer.
 "Glory to the Lamb" speaks of Jesus' victory over death and His call to us.
A very inspiring and enjoyable CD.
I've found that some Christian singers, in their zeal to incorporate their faith or a message into popular music genres, sometimes inadvertently conceal that message within the music; listeners enjoy the music, but don't even hear the message.  The quality that makes  Jeremy Riddle unique is that he is very clear in what he is trying to say, the message he is trying to share.
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