This release is a tremendous source of excitement. Excitement about sharing the Gospel message with the world, about being inspired by an entirely intense musical experience, and about breaking the surface - even if only a tiny bit - about how much God loves each of us. I'm Listening Based on a prayer by Thomas Merton, 'I'm Listening' is a reminder for each of us to shut up and listen to what the Lord is telling us. Stylistically, it's an eclectic dichotomy of a southern acoustic blues verse and worshipful chorus that calls us to listen. More than a Shout One of the most anticipated songs on 'Twenty-Nine' is 'More than a Shout.' Based on the 5th Psalm, the intense longing for God's love present in the scriptures is evident on this track. Life is not just about our external signs of worship, the interior life is necessary in our walk. Glory You've seen the shirt - you probably own the shirt. The people cry 'Glory' and they mean it. This anthem is based on Psalm 29 and is sure to be one of your favorites. We Need the Cross 'We Need the Cross' appeared in a completely different way on 'With Everything I Know, it's a Long Way Home' and has now been reimagined. The reality is that without the Crucifixion, there is no Resurrection, there is no Easter Sunday. It's time to embrace our crosses. The King of Love A modern translation of the traditional Henry William Baker hymn 'The King of Love My Shepherd is' finally makes it's studio debut after being used in Worship all over the country. 'The King of Love' features a newly written refrain over the ancient Irish melody. The Messenger Comes Based on Psalm 91, 'The Messenger Comes' is full of the hope that we're not alone. Another famously intense piece of scripture is matched with musical fire and devoted solely to God and His Angels. Let Me Hear Like several other tracks on this release, 'Let Me Hear' draws from the beauty of the Psalms. This time, Psalm 78 posits the reverence, posture, and attention we should give to everything the Lord has done for us. Center of My Life A deeply meaningful personal prayer that we could all benefit from reciting. 'Center of My Life' encourages us to answer the call, to follow Christ's example, and to pray. To always pray. Without ceasing. A Mighty Fortress The second reimagined hymn on 'Twenty-Nine' is 'A Mighty Fortress,' adapted from Luther's original 'A Mighty Fortress is Our God' - true to his norm, Bryan has added a refrain to aid young people in their worship and established a new groove for this beloved hymn. When We Saw Him Leave The album completes with a devotion to the Ascension of Christ. 'When We Saw Him Leave,' He reminded us that even though we don't physically walk with Him, He's with us. This is a completely new arrangement from how you last heard this song live, but trust that you'll love it.