Jenn Johnson: “Tremble” Music Review

From Bethel Music comes Jenn Johnson singing “Tremble,” live at Worship School 2021. It was released as part of their ‘Moments’ series of songs.

“Your name is a light that the shadows can’t deny,” the song declares and it declares that message of Jesus being the Savior in the world.

When it comes to vocal talent, Jenn Johnson is incredible. God has definitely given her a gift and it is cool to see her use to worship Him. The Bethel Music team sings about how Jesus brings hope to the world and that is why we, as Christians, praise His name. You can feel the genuine dedication to Christ as they lead this conference and it is reflected in this song.

One of the things that make Bethel Music so inspiring is the celebration of God. They do not get lost in sad lyrics or slow hums. They celebrate Jesus and bring the attention on Him. It is moving and really helps you connect with their music which points you right back to the love of God. “Tremble” is an example of this movement and why Bethel is changing the shape of praise music.

Check out the music video below:

In full disclosure, I attended Bethel’s seminary and worked with Bethel Music in a very limited capacity.

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