Not his best but still really good
Da Truth, like his Cross Movement co-ministers, always comes with originality, uncompromising truth and the integrity of the ministry wrapped up in tight flows and mostly hot beats. This is no different but it does not stand out. I certainly recommend it but was slightly disappointed at first. It does grow on you and perhaps that underscores the aforementioned originality. He definitely stays with the theme of the title and does paint the big picture...it's all about the goodness of God and the eternal blessing of His Kingdom. You want in?