The Here I Am to Worship album by Tim Hughes is a great everyday CD with which to soak in God’s presence. The artist is described as a really gifted worship leader who had an inspired way of composing songs. A fellow worship leader also commended him for being humble and passionate for God, confirming the godliness of his person. The album is available both as an audio CD and as a set of mp3 downloads. Tracks include “My Jesus, My Lifeline,” “Eyes of My Heart,” “Never Lose the Wonder,” “Jesus, You Alone,” “Day After Day,” “Redeemer,” “If There’s One Thing,” “I’ll Always Love You,” “May the Words of My Mouth,” “Maker of All Things,” and the album title “Here I Am to Worship.”
Here I Am to Worship Review:
The less than ten customers who wrote their thoughts on this contemporary Christian music album gave it an average rating of 3.8 stars.
The listeners generally commended the way Tim Hughes led worship. One of them shared how she was “blown away” by the way he managed to bring her into worship. She appreciated how the worship leader’s desire was evident in the CD: that he wanted to bring his listeners into the Lord’s presence, and she commented that he had succeeded with that. She also appreciated how easy the songs were to sing, even those that she had never heard before. Another reviewer agreed with the first one’s comments, and even chose to quote the first person’s description of having been blown away by the songs. This second listener added a description of Tim Hughes as “absolutely amazing,” as she felt that through him and his songs, the words of the Lord came alive for her. She also loved how the artist could praise the Lord in many different ways, and how he only seemed to want to bring people into a state of worship and did so by giving them messages that were very easy to understand. Another listener appreciated how each song was centered entirely in praising and worshiping God, with the artist’s heart for worship making the entire album awesome. She also commended the lyrics for being excellent, and she loved his voice, especially mentioning his great British accent.
One reviewer who expected this album to draw her into worship was a bit disappointed. Although she confirmed that the melodies and the arrangements were great, as well as his voice, she found that the lyrics were not too effective at drawing her into worship, partly because she was looking for something more original. Of course, she conceded that it might be because this was his first album, and she still appreciated the first endeavor. Meanwhile, the lone reviewer who gave it a 1.0-star rating did not really put down the album itself but complained that the used CD she bought was damaged and skipped regularly, rendering it unusable.
From these findings, there was actually very minimal issue brought up for this contemporary Christian music CD, and we would be very happy to recommend it for your collection.