You Alone

Album: Glory (2013)
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  • This is the first single to be released from Kutless' eighth studio album. The track has a straightforward message. "Our song 'You Alone' is meant to lift up and glorify the name of God," said the band. "As we look through the Bible, we see many examples of Heavenly worship, which all center around the theme that God is deserving of recognition, majesty, honor, and praise. Through the process of writing this record, we feel that God has been showing us our purpose in leading the body of Christ in worship. The name of Jesus is mighty and powerful. Great is the LORD, ruler of all!"

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