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What grabs you immediately about Todd Agnew's brand of praise & worship is the diversity with which it's delivered. Throughout Grace Like Rain, Agnew shifts flawlessly from one genre to another without losing much speed. Cuts like "Shepherd" and "Grace Like Rain" pour forth as superb praise & worship fare. "Romans 12:1" brings the funk with a slapped bassline leading the charge. "Still Here Waiting" is a piano-driven melody with strings, a cut that slows the disc's timbre to a worshipful moment, while "Come Ye Sinners" utilizes subtle guitars and a Hammond B-3 to do the same. While the disc has plenty of spiritual heft, the cut "This Fragile Breath" is a particularly anthemic praise number that builds mightily at the song's chorus, and is easily one of the disc's best. Grace Like Rain is the type of release that is very real, both lyrically and spiritually. The opus comes off as a sincere message delivered poignantly by Todd Agnew. ~ Steven Douglas Losey, Rovi
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