Worship Music Review- Kim Walker-Smith: Glimpse

Kim Walker-Smith is an alumni of the music group and Christian movement Jesus Culture. She has been featured on several of their albums as well as produced two of her own. For music week, it will be fun reviewing her new song Glimpse from her new album On My Side.

“Give me a glimpse into eternity,” what beautiful lyrics from someone with a beautiful heart. Walker-Smith has an amazing talent for bring worship and praise to a whole new level. The music video for it is simple, with Kim singing juxtaposed with images of outer space and people having fun. It is what worship is all about.

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On a personal note, I have personally met Kim Walker-Smith. She is sweet, graceful, and a pleasure to speak to.

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