The We Shall Not Be Shaken album by Matt Redman contains 12 tracks and may be bought as an audio CD or a set of mp3 downloads. The songwriter and worship leader hailing from England is well-known for creating songs that go straight to the heart of the matter. The tracks included in this album are: My Hope, All that Really Matters, Gloria, For Your Glory, The More We See, Remembrance, How Great is Your Faithfulness, The Glory of Our King, You Alone Can Rescue, Through It All, We Shall Not be Shaken, and This is How We Know.
We Shall Not Be Shaken Review:
The customers who provided their feedback for this album of contemporary Christian songs gave it an average rating of 4.6 stars.
One of the reviewers commended Matt Redman for being a top songwriter in the Christian music genre for this generation, thanks to the success of classics like “The Heart of Worship,” “You Never Let Go,” and “Blessed be Your Name.” He commended this album for staying true to the style that Matt Redman fans respect about him. The songs in this album reportedly point to Jesus and the cross, with “This Is How We Know” seamlessly blending John 3:16 with 1 John 3:16. The song “We Shall Not Be Shaken” was described as being intended to be Psalm-like, with simple lyrics in poetic form that expressed unbreakable truth. Another reviewer commented that Matt Redman continued to succeed at offering the church solid songs that were founded on the Word of God. He had apparently met Matt Redman in person and he proceeded to describe how passionate Redman was in terms of impacting this generation through worship songs that strongly resounded truth about God as revealed in the Bible. He was also described as being doctrinally founded and focused on the gospel, while also being articulate and humble. Another buyer simplified his review saying that there was absolutely no way to go wrong with a Matt Redman album. Another reviewer described Matt Redman as making music that put its listeners in a place of “peaceful focus.” At least one buyer shared how he woke up to this album every single day, having loved it from the first time he heard it. He commended Redman for truly having a heart for God and how it showed in every single song.
So far, some reviewers felt that there were songs in this album that did not seem fitting for a corporate worship setting. Still, despite that, the album was found to be a great tool for individual worship, so it is a very minor issue.
From these comments, we believe you truly cannot go wrong with this album of contemporary Christian music from this trusted and Biblically-founded songwriter. We would highly recommend this album for your personal feeding and worship times, as well as possibly for use in your corporate worship settings. But first off, do enjoy your times with the Lord with this album, and feed some more, before you worry about corporate worship songs, and we assure you, you will truly not regret it.