9 Inspiring Albums to Help Make Your Sabbath a Delight

by | May 04, 2019


Joyful: Piano Duets of Gerald Causse and Nicolas Giusti 

Gerald Causse, Nicolas Giusti

Nicolas Giusti (an acclaimed Italian composer and opera conductor from Rome) met Gerald Causse (an accomplished pianist and native of Bordeaux, France) ten years ago. They became fast friends and bonded over their love of playing the piano and their shared faith. For this album, Nicolas composed piano duet arrangements of classic hymns with the purpose of sharing the joy of the gospel. Together they turn traditionally somber renditions into surprisingly joyful celebrations.

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Lamb and Lion 

City of Enoch

Lamb & Lion marks an exciting new chapter for the City of Enoch. They use their signature three-part harmonies and catchy melodies to present a brilliant concept album demonstrating the "Lamb" and "Lion." These two sides of the album mirror two sides of the gospel: it provides deeply personal inner peace and spiritual strength, as well as excitement and motivation to rise to the occasion and help others come to Zion.

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Let Us All Press On 

The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square

The first hymns album from the Choir in seven years, Let Us All Press On, features beloved classics like "All Creatures of Our God and King" and "More Holiness Give Me." The rousing title track, "Let Us All Press On," is a fresh arrangement by Richard Elliott.

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My Prayer 

Nathan Pacheco

Award-winning tenor Nathan Pacheco's new album My Prayer is his most powerful offering to date. As the follow-up to his Billboard-charting album Higher, this album continues his exploration of spiritual songs that lift, inspire, and bring peace, My Prayer is an invitation to pause a moment in this frantic world and to find deeper spiritual connection and comfort.

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The Bonner Family  

The Bonner Family

The Bonner Family's first album features their expertly crafted vocal harmonies, soulful original songs, and a medley of beloved children's hymns. This is music that creates an atmosphere of peace, unity, and joy from one of the most talented families working in Christian music today.

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The Word: A Nashville Tribute to the Bible 

The Nashville Tribute Band

These songs, written by lead songwriter Jason Deere with the other five band members show how Old Testament themes can relate to the modern day. They draw out some of the questions most dear to people of faith: What is our relationship to God?  How do we hear the Lord's voice in our lives? This collection feels like a soundtrack for the faithful, a celebration of those who walked before and those who are striving now to walk the path of faith.

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Calee Reed

Calee's latest release marks a new chapter in her career, a turning point from her previous albums. It is a celebration of rising from the ashes, seeing life anew through the lens of faith, and becoming a more committed and joyful believer. This album provides renewed faith and joy in our spiritual journeys and will leave you basking in its light and the beauty of its message long after the last chords ring out.

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Jane and Emma Soundtrack  

Various Artists

Inspired by the film Jane and Emma, these songs were composed to complement the soundtrack of the film and highlight key themes covered in the film: family unity, reaffirming our true identity as children of God in times of trial, and seeing the grace of God in our lives.

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 The Worth of Souls Songs to Rescue and Restore Faith in Jesus Christ  

Paul Cardall

Millions of youth and adults are suffering from depression. Music has been clinically proven to calm anxiety and ease pain. The Worth of Souls features a team of award-winning recording artists who've produced an altruistic album of original and award-winning contemporary Christian songs that promote the Savior's unconditional love and mercy. This album plants seeds of faith and restores confidence in ourselves. It is an effective tool to share with the prodigal, the faithful, the unbeliever, the saint.

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