Album: Woven & Spun (2002)
  • Nichole Nordeman: "'Holy' sums up best how I got to a place where there is very little else that matters other than acknowledging God's holiness. I have noticed in my spiritual life the notion that some of the most profound truths are found in the most simple utterances. This song is a tribute to that simplicity." (From liner notes for Wow #1 Hits)

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