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Growing Up in the Lord
Growing Up in the Lord
Genres: Christian, Gospel


CD Details

All Artists: Acappella
Title: Growing Up in the Lord
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Word -- Word --
Release Date: 1/21/1994
Genres: Christian, Gospel
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 090051103126, 080688103149

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Tonja S. (Builder)
Reviewed on 9/20/2006...
These are the tracks on this cd:
1. Livin' Inside
2. He Leadeth Me
3. Growin' Up In The Lord
4. Do You Love The Lord?
5. Lasong
6. Piper Song
7. I Can Walk
8. Water From The Well
9. Don't Be Talkin' 'Bout Friends
10. Now To Him

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Mark Baker | Santa Clarita, CA United States | 03/14/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Acappella burst on the mainstream Christian music scene with three releases in 1990. Of those three, this is the weakest.The problem with this disc comes exactly in the middle. "LaSong" is a poor track with only two real lines in the song, the rest being "La's." "Piper Song," while for a good cause, is probably the weakest song I've heard about a sick kid. Especially since they really repeat the same verse twice.Have said that, I love the rest of the tracks. The CD opens with the fun "Livin' Inside," which is about the spirit of God living in us."He Leadeth Me" actually really made me listen to the words to this great hymn for the first time. As a result, I've really come to love it."Growin' Up in the Lord" deals with the joys and struggles of growing as a Christian."Do You Love the Lord?" is a convicting song that relates our actions as a Christian to how much we really love the Lord. This song also introduces a kids chorus that comes back for "Water from the Well," a song inspired by Jesus' quote in John 4 about being living water."I Can Walk" also takes its cure from Jesus' earthly ministry. This song talks about his miracles."Don't be Talkin' 'Bout Friends" is a rather harsh critic on gossip. More people should really listen to it and heed it's warnings.The CD closes with "Now to Him." This wonderful benediction from Ephesians 3 always runs through my head whenever I read that passage.Choosing to style their music with background vocals and not a barbershop four part harmony, Acappella had a sound all their own. While I criticized two of the songs, I just love the rest of the CD. It's worth tracking down for the encouraging and challenging lyrics on the rest of the tracks."