E. Dewey Smith, Jr. | For Your Good

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For Your Good

by E. Dewey Smith, Jr.

For Your Good is high energy, uptempo testament about the faithfulness of God during trying times.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Live at the Cathedral, the debut album from Pastor E. Dewey Smith, Jr. and The Hope Mass Choir, is a project inspired by a desire to produce music that the “church” can sing. It represents old and new school music at its best and offers an engaging mix of traditional and contemporary Christian music.

The Sunday morning church vibe of the first single, “For Your Good,” pairs well with “Lift Jesus,” a celebratory expression of praise and worship.Other tracks include the worshipful“Have Thine Own Way,” the soul stirring Gospel, “Oh Zion” and the inspiring “Hold On to Your Faith.” Live at the Cathedralis a masterful mix that successfully marries different musical genres. Finally…a Christian album that offers something for every age group!


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Richard Roberts

Great Album
I feel that this is one of the richest, most lyrically and musically solid produced Album since the days of James Cleveland...yet it's current!