Listeners blessed to hear the new offering from Donna Leigh Hinkley will find the excitement of a fresh approach to worship music. Her voice, unique in a rich lower range, surprises with depth that many female vocalists could never achieve. Your ears will open up with joy to receive a new hearing of some works with which you may have grown too familiar.
The listening ear acts like a tiny cornucopia receiving the bountiful fruit of the spirit evident in the collection of works on this CD. You will feel love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, gentleness, and self-control woven throughout the music. The accompanying musicians add synergy with their professional background artistry. At times the listener will experience feeling a melting into the music, especially in “Here in Your Presence”. At other times the listener will experience stepping away and being in awe at the wonders of God.
“Death in His Grave” gives the gospel in a song to be shared with seekers trying to understand what Jesus did. Just after that the beautiful response to the Lord’s sacrifice is illustrated in “Yearn”. As a grand finale, “Take No Thought (for Tomorrow)” shares the peace that results from following Jesus. This last offering of praise, recognizes the benefits God gives to believers. The duet, sung by a male and female, brings the CD full circle to show how Donna Leigh Hinkley’s album relates to all people as does the love and salvation of Jesus.
To find out more about the Music Ministry of Donna Leigh or to order a copy of her CD, visit her website: Donna Leigh Worship
Janice S. Garey is a Christian writer and reviewer living in Decatur, GA with her husband, Art, and their cat, Miss Bosley. She has stories in the Moments anthologies compiled by Yvonne Lehman. Janice enjoys posting her daily photos of nature scenes and related haiku to give glory to God on social media. Her website will be receiving reconstructive surgery. She also volunteers with Christian Library International. Find her on Facebook or Instagram as: @Janciegme.