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Overview SPANISH EDITION. The act of bowing down in worship always begins as a posture of the heart. It's when we are so desperate for the increase of Christ that we find ourselves decreasing to the ground in an act of reverent submission.
Publishers Description The act of bowing down in worship always begins as a posture of the heart. It's when we are so desperate for the increase of Christ that we find ourselves decreasing to the ground in an act of reverent submission. Matt invites us to experience another aspect of worship, reminding us that we must do so in spirit and in truth out of reverence to the Almighty God.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.54" Width: 6.48" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2006
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 987557094X ISBN13 9789875570948 UPC 025986570941
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More About Matt Redman
Matt Redman (born 14 February 1974) is an English Christian worship leader, songwriter and author based in Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom. He is the writer of many songs including "The Heart of Worship," "Better is One Day," "Let My Words Be Few" and "Blessed Be Your Name." Matt has been leading worship full-time since the age of 20 and this journey has taken him to many countries around the world. As an author, he has written six books revolving around the central theme of worship. Such titles include "The Unquenchable Worshipper" and "Facedown". Matt, his wife, Beth and their five children, reside in Brighton, England.
He has worked with Newfrontiers, Passion Conferences, Hillsong London, Soul Survivor, is an artist for Sixstepsrecords and is a member of Compassionart, a charity founded by Martin Smith. He appeared with Hillsong London for a song on their 2005 album Jesus Is; he co-wrote and sang the song "Greatest Gift". In 2013, Redman won two Grammy Awards for "10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)" co-written with Jonas Myrin: Best Contemporary Christian Music Song and Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance.
Numerous Contemporary Christian music (CCM) artists such as Matt Maher, Michael W. Smith, Jeremy Camp, Rebecca St. James, Chris Tomlin, David Crowder Band, Tree63, and Hillsong United have performed Redman's songs. Some of his most popular early songs include "Heart of Worship", "You Never Let Go", "Let Everything That Has Breath", "Once Again", "Undignified", and "Better Is One Day". More recently he has co-written songs like "You Never Let Go", the 2005 Dove Award-winning "Blessed Be Your Name" (Worship Song of the Year) and the Grammy Award nominated "Our God". He regularly works alongside other Christian artists such as Chris Tomlin and Tim Hughes.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Postrados en adoracion?
Awesome! Aug 3, 2007
I can't say enough about this book! It may be small, but it is incredibly insightful and inspiring.
If you're a worshipper (and we all should be) read this book.
Postrados en Adoracion Aug 1, 2007
Book was in great condition. But it was not made clear in description that book was in Spanish so this was the reason for returning it. My suggestion would be to include in the description that the book is Spanish. Thanks
Facedown Jul 7, 2007
Matt Redmon's "Facedown" is a fresh look into what he describes as an uncompromising attitude toward worship. As a musician, Matt has a straight-ahead un-cluttered style of getting his point across very clear-cut, and pointedly spoken in song. As he writes "Facedown", very similarly he brings his points out in the foreground and makes a strong effort to explain the reasoning to support his feelings. "Facedown" may be considered provocative and old-fashioned all in the same sentence, because they require an intense look into how worship is defined. Modern interpretations depict worship as a very 'relative', 'post-modern' approach to a varied and elusive God. But Matt strives to bring worship back to being personal, yet reverent according to Who God is, not how we decide to mold God into our own fickle definitions. "Facedown" might be labeled as old-school re-discovered with a vibrant heart. It is a short read, but with a compact formula of profound dimensions. A diamond shines with brilliance because it is a compound uniquely compressed, under extreme pressure. Give "Facedown" a chance to show some of its brilliance in your life as you view worship like you've probably never done before.
Wow...just wow Jan 6, 2006
Matt Redman released his CD "Facedown" and I don't think people really understood what he meant in the title, maybe they did, but they didn't completely understand it. Matt Redman puts that into his words in this book. Give us a totally new perspective of worshipping, on how it should really be. I must agree with him, how he says when you are truly worshipping you will be facedown before the lord, giving him everything you have. Everyone should pick up a copy of this book.
Facedown is a companion volume to Matt Redman's album of the same name. But don't think it's just a fluffy little book meant to make some money off the popularity of the CD. Facedown is a well-researched, well-written, moving treatise on worship as a response to God's majesty and glory. Redman, an extraordinary songwriter, is also a fine prose-writer. He makes his points clearly and elegantly.
Every worship leader and worship songwriter should read this book. But it's not just for worship insiders. It will help every reader to worship God more fully and humbly.
I highly recommend this book.
For a more in-depth review, see my website: www.markdroberts.com.