Veteran Christian contemporary music artist Lincoln Brewster proves his guitar skills are still solid with his latest album God of the Impossible. The record features a healthy dose of Brewster’s rock guitar, but it also offers acoustic versions of three of the songs for those who enjoy their music a little more reserved.
Brewster said the album shows “God is always working behind the scenes.” Songs center on trusting God to work things out and the ways that God displays his power.
“While I Wait” is about trusting as you wait and worshipping God during the process. “No One Like Our God” is the popular first radio single (over one million streams on digital platforms) that illuminates God’s power, love, and grace. “Relativity,” a delightful guitar instrumental, finishes out the album. (Integrity)
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