CeCe Winans: “Goodness of God” Music Review

On her 2021 Gospel album ‘Believe For It’, CeCe Winans covered the Bethel Music song “Goodness of God.” The album would go on to win Gospel Worship Album of the Year at the Dove Awards and Best Gospel Album at the Grammys.

CeCe does a fantastic job with this rendition of the song. The original song was made for a worship or praise set, but Winans mixes in her signature soul sound that definitely the song an extra boost. Granted, I like the original version better, but CeCe’s version is clearly the next best thing, especially with her amazing voice. She definitely brings all of the love and passion to it, making it a wonderful dedication to God.

Check out the lyric video below:

The original version was a 2018 Bethel Music single written by Ed Cash, Ben Fielding, Jason Ingram, Brian Johnson, and Jenn Johnson. It would become No. 15 on the US Hot Christian Songs chart. This version would be nominated for Worship Recorded Song of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards.

An instrumental version of the song was released on ‘Without Words: Genesis’ and a remix was featured on the Bethel Music album ‘Peace.’

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In full disclosure, I did attend BSSM in Redding, California and worked for Brian and Jenn Johnson’s concerts and worship services in limited capacities.

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