Tomorrow (Friday, March 10) Passion releases a new worship album, recorded live at their Passion Conference in January. This album gives listeners a glimpse into the amazing event for college students hosted annually by Louie Giglio and crew. These fourteen tracks offer a reminder of hope and redemption through true and vulnerable worship to our Savior.
“All About You”, led by Kristian Stanfill, starts the album with the reminder of keeping Jesus at the center of our worship. This song is anthemic and draws listeners to a heart of worship. The lyrics of the chorus are simple, “It’s all about You, yes it’s all about You, always has been, always will be…”, but through their simplicity, they offer an excellent reminder of Who our worship is about.
“I’ve Witnessed It” is the title track on Passion’s new album. Featuring the vocals of Passion’s own Melodie Malone, this song is centered on the goodness and faithfulness of the Lord and how we have witnessed His work in our life. “You’re good and I’ve witnessed it,” these lyrics cause the listener to stop and think of how the Lord has moved in their own life.
“Gratitude”, featuring Brandon Lake, offers a different take on the song with the live version. While it is the same song that listeners may be familiar with, Passion’s live recording brings a new dimension to the track. There is something inspiring about hearing over 30,000 students singing the words of this song, “‘cause all that I have is a hallelujah…” This song is forever a beautiful reminder of the importance of a heart of thanksgiving.
“Same God”, which is performed by Elevation Worship, features reminders of who God is and that He is the same God yesterday as He is today, and will be forevermore. The instrumentation pulls back for the first chorus, highlighting the live aspect of the recording, and the 30,000 extra voices in the form of Passion Conference attendees.
I’ve Witnessed It (Live) is a culmination of the best moments of the Passion 2023 Conference on one album. These songs remind listeners of the faithfulness of our Lord. These tracks are encouraging and offer listeners a glimpse into the ministry that Passion is for college-aged students and conference attendees. Be sure to pre-save/pre-add Passion’s new album today!