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Kathryn Marquis | Your Kingdom Come (On Earth As It Is in Heaven)

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Your Kingdom Come (On Earth As It Is in Heaven)

by Kathryn Marquis

Carrying Kathryn's signature sound of intimacy and war, this much-anticipated LIVE worship album rocks with over 70 minutes of anthemic choruses, prophetic flow, soaring vocals, intense rhythms, rich instrumentation, and gorgeous lyrics from the heart!
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Worthy is the Lamb
6:52 $1.29
2. Supernatural
7:32 $1.29
3. Dance
7:09 album only
4. Open
10:04 $1.29
5. Who May Ascend
6:18 $1.29
6. Psalm 63
5:45 $1.29
7. Pour Down
8:23 $1.29
8. Break & Release
9:29 $1.29
9. Your Love Consumes
4:48 $1.29
10. Your Kingdom Come
6:57 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded over a 4-day conference, Your Kingdom Come was compiled from over five hours of raw, live worship, its 10 tracks running a total of almost 73 minutes in length - a dynamic worship experience for the listener.
“Worthy is the Lamb”, a completely spontaneous track, issues the scriptural call to worship with shouts of praise, the cry of the shofar and the rhythmic sounds of the middle east. “Supernatural” is a wonderfully singable modern anthem that rocks with bright electric guitars and driving kick, while the ethereal warmth of “Who May Ascend” reveals the unveiled face His glorious Church. The intense cry of “Psalm 63” pulls the heart heavenward with solo piano that gives way to weeping violins, heavy distortion and the unforgettable lyric -- “You do not disappoint”. “Break and Release” is the pure and lovesick offering of the alabaster jar, melting into the quiet intimacy of “Your Love Consumes”. Finally, the album’s title track, “Your Kingdom Come” ramps into extravagant praise with its retro groove and soaring anthemic chorus that will keep you singing long after the song has faded into the cheers of the worshiping crowd.



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