Music Review | “You Never Let Go” / “This Is The Day” / “Roar” By Tim Timmons

There are few things worship leader / songwriter Tim Timmons loves more than crafting a prayer for the church to sing together. Born from an awe-inspiring testimony of the Lord’s faithfulness in his life, Timmons writes from a deeply personal place of trust that God is who He says He is and He is worthy to be praised.

The newest of those songs comes as a series of three new singles released over the first part of the year, “You Never Let Go,” “This Is The Day” and “Roar.”

“You Never Let Go” features the power-packed vocal of Tammi Haddon and sings of the closeness of God in times of difficulty. Lyrically full of the truths found in Scripture, this song is perfect for a congregational worship setting.

The next single, “This Is The Day” finds a more upbeat pace and feels like a good fit for a service opener as it reminds the congregation, “this is the day that You have made / I will rejoice and be glad in it.”

“Roar” continues to hang out in a more up-tempo space while still bringing an element of worship as Timmons sings of the power we have to offer a “roar” of hallelujahs against the darkness of life.

Drenched in Scripture, all three singles are timely prayers that further cement Timmons’ place as a songwriter who time and time again crafts songs that the church needs to be singing.

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Glenn Packiam (Doctor of Theology and Ministry, Durham) is the associate senior pastor of New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the songwriter of more than fifty worship songs, including “Your Name” and “Mystery of Faith,” and the author of several books, including Blessed Broken Given: How Your Story Becomes Sacred in the Hands of Jesus and Discover the Mystery of Faith: How Worship Shapes Believing. He is also a visiting fellow at St. John’s College at Durham University and an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary.
Packiam preaches at conferences for pastors and worship leaders and has spoken at Wycliffe Hall at Oxford University, Biola University, Asbury Seminary, Calvin College, and Trinity School for Ministry. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife, Holly, and their four children.

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