The first track Stronger which is on the Narnia Chronicles complilation grows on you declaring the way of unity and love.
The second track Now is the time sets the tone for the whole cd and encourages the church to live our lives now for God as he is alive and we need to take responsibility for the call of God on our lives. Also encourages christians saying that we do make a difference in all our community's we live in.
The third track Solid Rock, which features Toby Mac, declares the intent to stand our ground and stand firm in this world at the present time with all the different troubles.
The fourth track All This Time is about us christians serving God and how it is our time to do his call and be his window to the world.
The fifth track Miracle Maker is about being healed and how we can finally meet god. A very moving song with powerful lyrics that give me goose bumps when I listen to it.
The sixth track Here I Am Send Me is about christians only needing one tiny glimpse of God and how we all need to say "Here I Am Send Me" out into the world God.
The seventh track Fires Burn focuses on Jesus's return how heaven is our detination and one day soon Jesus will come in the clouds and take all his followers home.
The eighth track Our God Reigns discuses issues in the world such as abortion, aids, obsession with self. It is a admission that we have watched and done little to be part of the solution and that we have a great God that reigns even when some aspects have failed to bring God into society.
The ninth track Love Is A Miracle is a song of redemption a celebration of finding God and his miraclous love.
The tenth track Paint The Town Red is a brilliant anthem about the blood of Jesus and how we christians are the army of God and are ready to die.
The eleventh track Take Of My Shoes underlies God's unfailing love for us and his cry for us.
Finally the last track on the album I'll See You is such a haunting song featuring Moya Breannan sounding like an angel singing a Gaelic prayer and is about meeting Jesus face to face.
The 12 songs on The Mission Bell illustrates how Delirious have effectively stretched the boundaries of worship music with out loosing its audience in the process and gives christian faith in these troubled times. It is a very addictive album and definitely is a must have in your collection. Review by Rachel Carlisle.
The artwork for the album is awesome as well as the production and the range of styles of music on just one CD.
When world service came out i had the same thoughts as with Mission bell but it grew on me until i loved it. Maybe this a traight with the bands music because i have a feeling that i'll soon be shouting out about songs like Paint the town Red and our God reigns not to mention the rest of the album.
So well done delirious, good job and i hope the album grows on me as much as the last one did. Anywaay i've booked myself into their shephards bush gig on the 22nd of december, if you want to judge their album thats the place to be.
In a similar way to World Service (and also true of all the best albums) it takes a few listens to get the most out of The Mission Bell. Read more
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