The gospel communicated with the power of gospel music is always a winner. I give it a 4 out of 5 stars (I took away one star because at the end of the tune, Smokie gets a little off the subject.) I hope this becomes a big hit. People need to hear this bold proclamation of the gospel on gospel radio instead of more prosperity gospel.
This could work as another feature for Mike “Little Mike” Thornton who hit one out of the park with “Never Would Have Made It” last year.
Has anyone else noticed a recent trend of 6/8 time in gospel songs? In fact Donnie McClurkin seems to be stuck in 6/8 land. I’m not complaining; I myself love a good compound meter.