Are you ready to hear some great Christian music?
Perhaps even stomp your foot a little because the songs are catchy, the rhythms are engaging, and you just can’t help yourself?
I’m talking about music from a Christian band out of Nevada called, “I Am They.”
Have you heard them yet?
Let me help you out with that 🙂
There’s so much negative in the world, it’s nice to turn off the TV, and hear some tunes that can instantly put you in a better mood.
Their latest album, “Trial And Triumph” dropped in March of this year.
Here’s my favorite song on the album, “My Feet Are On The Rock.”
Am I right?
They look like they’re having the time of their lives while singing that song.
It’s hard to hold back a smile when you hear them sing. This song is going in my iTunes library for sure.
I Am They Album – “Trial and Triumph”
You may be wondering how the group came up with their name, I Am They. The band’s name was inspired by a chapter in the Bible, specifically John 17.
Jesus is praying to the Father for the protection and sanctification of His disciples as “they” would go forth to proclaim the Word.
8 for the words which You gave Me I have given to them; and they received them and truly understood that I came forth from You, and they believed that You sent Me. – John 17:8. NASB.
I listened to the entire “Trial and Triumph” album, and loved it.
Not every song is a foot-stomper like my favorite one, even though there’s a banjo involved.
What every song does have are beautiful harmonies and uplifting lyrics.
The band’s members (Matt Hein, Jon McConnell, Abbie Parker, Justin Shinn and Sara Palmer) are described as a Pop-Acoustic Worship Group.
Their music is soothing to the soul and a powerful reminder of God’s unchanging love and limitless grace.
There’s often a misconception among unbelievers that Christians have a cushy life and nothing bad ever happens to men and women of faith. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The artists are refreshingly candid in their bios. They share their testimonies to give us a glimpse of some of the difficult struggles they’ve come through, with God’s grace, from things like drug addictions to failed relationships.
Depending on where you live, I Am They just may be coming to your town. You can find their tour information here.
I can’t wait to hear more from this group!