Church Worship

In Review: Hillsongs' For All You've Done

  • Chris Davidson Contributing Writer
  • 2004 22 Sep
In Review: Hillsongs' For All You've Done

CD: For All You’ve Done
Artist: Hillsong
Label: Hillsong/Integrity Music

Quote: “When we, God’s people, come into His presence with thanksgiving and praise, warfare is waged against our enemies.”—Darlene Zschech in Extravagant Worship.

FYI: Each year since 1992, Hillsong Christian Church in Sydney, Australia—under the direction of Darlene Zschech—releases a live worship album of the newest, original songs written for the church. Each of those albums has achieved gold (some even platinum!) status in sales worldwide.

The Bottom Line: Recorded in the Spring of 2004 at The Sydney Entertainment Centre with a 500-voice choir and a house packed with worshipers, For All You’ve Done captures again the unique talent and spirit of this church. This 2-CD set is a bold, celebrative cacophony of sound, ripe with lyrics that will infuse your life with praise and gratitude to God. There’s not a soul on earth that doesn’t need more of that. If live worship is your thing, let your fingers do the walking and hit the buy now button.

Featuring: “For All You’ve Done,” “One Way,” “Evermore,” “With All I Am,” “Sing (Your Love),” “Hallelujah “You Are Worthy “My Home “Forever And A Day “Jesus The Same,” “I Will Love” and “Take All Of Me,” “More Than Life,” “Glorify Your Name” and “To You Alone.”

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