First let me say that a music review can only be subjective and this is my opinion, which reflects my particular taste.
This is not a bad compilation. There are several tracks I really enjoyed. My score would have been three and half stars, but four would have been tad too much.
My main reservation about this compilation, and its predecessor, is that many, if not most, of these songs were written for communal worship. To me several of the studio recordings seemed flat, lacking the passion you get singing live with other worshippers. Even those tracks that were live recordings tended to drown out the congregation with the high volume given to the worship leader (maybe not a bad thing sometimes - especially if I was singing!).
To be fair, a couple of the studio tracks give pleasing new takes on familiar songs.
I wouldn't recommend this compilation to a non church-goer wanting to hear what "modern" (whatever that means) church worship is like these days. There are better live recordings around; a live CD celebrating 20 years of Spring Harvest is a favourite of mine.