29:11 Worship ‘Marble & Mortar, Vol. 1’

///29:11 Worship ‘Marble & Mortar, Vol. 1’

29:11 Worship ‘Marble & Mortar, Vol. 1’

Written by: Kelly Meade (2/15/19)

2911 Worship offers a collection of modern worship with Marble & Mortar, Vol. 1. Recorded in a live setting, the songs on this EP capture the atmosphere of those gathered together.

“Compass” finds someone searching for direction & answers while keeping faith in God and His promises to guide us with His ever present love.

“Beatitudes” draws from the words found in Matthew 5:1-12 as Jesus gave the Sermon on The Mount. The chorus is a prayer to be filled with the Spirit of God as we set aside the things of the world that can never fully satisfy.

“Wild” plays as a prodigal’s prayer of one who has wandered from God, however upon realizing the error of their ways, they see that God has never left their side as He pursues their heart; calling them back to Him.

“In God We Trust” reiterates a steadfast trust in our Heavenly Father Who is forever faithful to keep His word and the only One we can truly depend on.

“The Father’s Heart” closes the EP with a reminder of our worth and how loved we are in God’s eyes. As the song progresses, it turns into a time of praise at the wonder of the Lord’s mercy & grace.

Throughout Marble & Mortar, Vol. 1, we hear meditative worship tones with the intent to draw you into the presence of the Holy Spirit. While the songs become repetitious at times, the element of giving all the glory and honor to God is never lost.


Released: February 15, 2019

Label: Dream Worship

Track Listing:

  1. Compass (Live) (7:18)
  2. Rise Up (Live) (3:45)
  3. Beatitudes (Live) (5:27)
  4. A Long Way Off (Live) (7:55)
  5. Selah I (Home) [Live] (2:23)
  6. Wild (Live) (6:39)
  7. In God We Trust (Live) (6:45)
  8. The Father’s Heart (Live) (8:10)

8 Tracks, 48:00

Buy onĀ iTunes

More from 29:11 Worship:

  • Living Room Sessions: Volume I (2015)
  • Weary Sailors (Live) (2016)

Visit 29:11 Worship’s Official Site Here

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