Jason Gray’s soulful and straightforward approach to suffering stands out amongst his achingly elegant melodies. Painful yet redemptive and grace-filled themes flow throughout this stunningly beautiful release. Jason says, “The loneliness of our own suffering can make us introspective. It can lead us into the shame and regret buried deep in our hearts …. In this we see how pain has the power to unearth our deepest wounds, driving them to the surface where perhaps God can begin to heal them.” These songs will mess with you in the best kind of way, challenging your heart to deal with some things that God wants to gently work out in you. Ultimately, Love Will Have the Final Word sings of the glory and grace of God as he works out his story in each of us.
Sounds like: Aaron Shust meets Robbie Seay Band.
Most Singable: “As I Am”
Strongest Biblical Content: “With Every Act of Love” (Rev 21:2)
The Whole Package: “Love’s Not Done With You”