I have followed MWS’s career since I was a pre-teen. But somewhere along the way, I felt like I outgrew him. This album shows me I was wrong. He sings songs here that give words to some of the deepest cries of my soul. This is not superficial candy coated pop, but worship that gets in your face—worship that says God is in control, no matter how out of control things feel to you, and He is worthy of our worship. This is not feel-good music, it is truth. “Hide Myself” and “Sovereign Over Us” are a couple of standouts for this reason. But “Sky Spills Over” is fun to listen to, along with “The One That Really Matters.” Ironically, I”ve had this CD on repeat and play for days, just like when I was a kid.