While other tunes seem to almost be drenched in the frailty of what it means to be human. In the optimistically melancholy Surrender, for example, Lavik sings, “Helpless is right where you want me, and helpless is where I am free.” It’s in this middle ground of our humanness and the God’s matchless glory that Art and Soul finds its home. Consistent with Lavik’s seminary background, a refreshing theological proficiency is woven throughout the album making each listen thoroughly edifying. Camping consistently on God’s limitless power and His ability to mend our brokenness, Art and Soul is sure to lift any listener to a place of joy and right perspective on life. Each song in the 1 Corinthians 13 trilogy: Faith, Hope, and Love present timeless truth on the three attributes indispensable for living effectively in God’s Kingdom. The album’s first radio single Shine offers an infectious melody, top notch production, and beautiful guitar tones which contribute to the compelling message of our ever constant need to be a light for Jesus in this world.
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