#Easter Music Review- Kim Walker-Smith: Glimpse

Kim Walker-Smith is an alumni of Jesus Culture and is featured on several of their albums including This Is Jesus Culture. She is coming out with a new album On My Side. Just in time for Easter Sunday 2017, she released a lyric video for the song on it titled Glimpse. It is a powerful praise and worship song.

If you have not heard Kim’s testimony, it is on YouTube. It is about a woman who chose the path that Christ placed her on instead of being famous. Her faithfulness to God shines in all her music, including Glimpse. It is a modern praise song that is all about seeing the glory of God. It is a wonderful song about being close to Him and seeing what He has in store for us.

Yes, I am a Christian. I believe that Christ was a real born person, born of a virgin. He lived, died, and yes, HE IS ALIVE! Happy Easter or as I prefer, Resurrection Sunday!

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