Let It Rise - John Evans, Lauren Evans, Victor Perez
Grace Alone - Christina Hamilton
He Knows My Name - John Evans
In the Secret - Peter Shambrook
Rock of Ages
Trading My Sorrows - Todd Proctor
I Could Sing of Your Love Forever - Dan Smith
Song of the Lamb [*] - Leanne Albrecht
You Are My Refuge [*] - Matthew Ward, Shannon Wexelberg
That's Why We Praise Him [*]
Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble? - Dan Smith
Heart of Worship
Better Is One Day - Christina Hamilton
I See the Lord - Tim Taber
We Fall Down - John Evans
Show Me Your Ways
Lord Reign in Me - Peter Shambrook
All Things Are Possible
More of Your Glory - Victor Perez
Every Move I Make - Peter Shambrook
Let the River Flow - Todd Proctor
I Give You My Heart - Christina Hamilton
I Need You More - John Evans
Eternal Wonderful God [*] - Todd Warren
Item description for Top 25 Heart Seekers by Various Artists...
Overview 1. COME NOW IS THE TIME TO WORSHIP 2. OPEN THE EYES OF MY HEART 3. YOU'RE WORTHY OF MY PRAISE 4. LET IT RISE 5. HUNGRY 6. GRACE ALONE 7. HE KNOWS MY NAME 8. THE POTTER'S HAND 9. IN THE SECRET 10. ROCK OF AGES 11. TRADING MY SORROWS 12. I COULD SING OF YOUR LOVE FOREVER 13. DID YOU FEEL THE MOUNTAINS TREMBLE? 14. THE HEART OF WORSHIP 15. BETTER IS ONE DAY 16. I SEE THE LORD 17. WE FALL DOWN 18. SHOW ME YOUR WAYS 19. LORD, REIGN IN ME 20. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE 21. MORE OF YOUR GLORY 22. EVERY MOVE I MAKE 23. LET THE RIVER FLOW 24. I GIVE YOU MY HEART 25. I NEED YOU MORE
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Record Label Maranatha
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.55" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2002
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 0012133515 ISBN13 9780012133514 UPC 738597131622
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Top 25 Heart Seekers?
Not THAT bad!!! May 6, 2003
Yes, I'll admit... this isn't the BEST praise and worship collection I've heard. In their attempt to stylize some of the songs the songs lost their power. But, some of the arrangements are very good! All of the tracks are studio recordings. And although there are some (very few) tracks that have a modern rock/alt. flavor, there is absolutely no GRUNGE on the whole CD... hehe. Some highlights are "Let It Rise," a Stevie Wonder-esque version of a P&W classic. Has a great groove, we sing this arrangement in our church. "All Things Are Possible," "Come, Now Is The Time," "Open The Eyes of My Heart," and "In the Secret" are great recordings and do not stray far from how we have always heard them. Yes, there are some strange tracks, but I applaud Maranatha for trying to bring some new life to songs that have recorded by everyone! I'm giving this CD five stars, not because it is that good, but to counteract the unfair one star ratings. (I would rate it 3 otherwise).
For the Christian who loves grunge music Apr 15, 2003
What a disappointment. And this from Maranatha! The song selections are the lure but after my purchase, I was so disappointed that the songs were recorded in the alternative music genre.
The recording artists sound awkward and I don't recommend using this for any type of worship atmosphere. It's very distracting.
Sorry but that's what I felt.
For alternative music lovers only Mar 2, 2003
I hardly recognized some of the songs on this CD; lured by the great selection, I bought the split track version for group use at my bible study, but found many of the tracks quite unusable. I have heard, own, and love many updated/modern versions of worship songs -- for example, I love SonicFlood and the "Worship Together" collections -- but I found many of the arrangements on this album simply unattractive and distracting. Even if you like them, you may have trouble singing along, as the uncomfortable keys do not lend themselves well to participation...even the singers, many of which have a very distinctive grunge-band sound, are heard to strain painfully at times. A higher percentage of mainstream treatments, or at least a clearer indication of the nature of the album, would have been welcome.