DVD/Music Review: I Have a Song

Shannon Wexelberg’s I Have a Song DVD is an inspirational and visual delight, produced by Day of Discovery. Shot on location in Galilee in Northern Israel, Wexelberg shares her family’s recent trial and sings some of the self-penned songs from her latest musical release, I Have a Song, which include Praise to the Lord the Almighty, This is the Day, I Have a Song, Nothing Can Separate Us, I Stand Amazed, How Holy, Jehovah Shalom, Becoming, Cling, Psalm 23.

In authentic Psalmist-style, singer-songwriter Shannon Wexelberg bares her soul in her new CD, I Have a Song. Following in the footsteps of King David, she expresses her emotions and gives us the opportunity to join her in praising and worshipping God—reminding us that it is possible to have joy despite our troubles. Wexelberg demonstrates how to open the heart of man to the God who heals the brokenhearted.

I have a Song is full of heart and soul, truth and hope, peace and trust, and praise and worship. Penning nine of the CD’s songs, Wexelberg ushers us into the presence of God with songs that were birthed during the course of personal trials. After having experienced years of infertility, Shannon and her husband adopted a boy. However, an unforeseen hardship hit home, when her husband had a head-on collision and broke 23 bones in his body. After getting through the year-long process of surgeries and recovery, the experience revealed to her that she still had a song, despite it all.

That is why these songs reach deep into our souls—deep calls to deep. They point to the many characteristics of God, providing us with an assurance of His ability to care for us at all times. Sung with a marvelously melodious yet strong voice and powerfully befitting lyrics, these songs will stir innumerable souls to worship God and find the peace that He offers in the midst of the storms of life that threaten to steal it.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the above mentioned DVD from Discovery House Publishers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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