In the midst of the pandemic, the Christian group Elevation Worship premiered their adoration album Graves into Gardens “Tombs in the Gardens”. This is a musical work that invites hope and freedom in the name of God.
In this way, the band’s new compendium of songs shows the singles “The Blessing”, performed with Cody Carnes and Kari Jobe; “My Testimony” and Rattle, a song about the current pandemic that lives the world.
The group’s singer, Chris Brow, gave his view of how it affects the coronavirus. The worship leader stated that the world is going through a period of instability, which many seek ways to understand how to deal with this process.
However, the singer said God’s plans remain good.
The singer stated that by worshipping God instead of worrying, we give a counterattack to everything the enemy seeks to affect us.
He also said that by practicing this we will not have to fight for victory, besides that God fights for us from a victorious place.
Elevation Church is the church to which the Elevantion Worship worship group belongs, who are one of today’s most recognized Christian groups.
The church is located in North Carolina and is based in Charlotte, and is run by Pastor Steven Furtick.
The album “Graves Into Gardens“ was recorded at Elevation Church. This musical compendium features nine songs that sing multiple worship leaders.
Some of the musicians who were part of the album are: Tiffany Hammer, Jonsal Barrientes, Anna Sailors, Brandon Lake of Bethel Music, among others.