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Ron Kenoly: A Gospel Legend and His Albums Collection
Ron Kenoly is one of the most influential and respected gospel singers of our time. His powerful voice and uplifting songs have inspired millions of people around the world to worship God with joy and passion. He has recorded 9 albums between 1991 and 2001, which showcase his diverse musical styles and themes. In this article, we will take a look at each of these albums and highlight some of their features and songs.
Jesus is Alive (1991)
This was Ron Kenoly's first album with Hosanna! Music, a label that specializes in praise and worship music. The album features 13 tracks that celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and His victory over death. Some of the songs include \"Let There Be Joy\", \"Hallowed Be Thy Name\", \"Rock of Ages\", and \"Jesus is Alive\". The album also contains a rap song called \"We Are Possessing\", which encourages believers to claim their inheritance in Christ.
Lift Him Up (1992)
This album was a breakthrough for Ron Kenoly, as it became one of the best-selling praise and worship albums of all time. The album contains 14 tracks that exalt the name of Jesus and declare His lordship over all creation. Some of the songs include \"Lift Him Up\", \"Mourning into Dancing\", \"Ancient of Days\", and \"All Honor\". The album also features a guest appearance by Darlene Zschech, who sings a duet with Ron on \"The Solid Rock\".
God is Able (1994)
This album was recorded live at the Crenshaw Christian Center in Los Angeles, California. The album features 16 tracks that affirm the power and faithfulness of God in every situation. Some of the songs include \"Put Your Hands Together\", \"God is Able\", \"The Battle is the Lord's\", and \"I See the Lord\". The album also includes a testimony by Ron about how God healed him from a plane crash injury.
Sing Out (1995)
This album was recorded live at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. The album features 14 tracks that invite the listeners to join in singing praises to God with one voice. Some of the songs include \"Sing Out\", \"Praise from Every Nation\", \"For the Lord is Good\", and \"I Will Come and Bow Down\". The album also includes a medley of \"Come into This House\" and \"Welcome Rap\", which introduces Ron's band and singers.
Welcome Home (1996)
This album was Ron Kenoly's first studio album, which showcases his versatility as a songwriter and producer. The album features 13 tracks that reflect his personal journey of faith and his heart for missions. Some of the songs include \"As for Me and My House\", \"Go Ahead\", \"Heal Their Land\", and \"Welcome Home\". The album also includes a cover of Richard Smallwood's classic song \"Center of My Joy\".
High Places (1997)
This album was a compilation of some of Ron Kenoly's most popular songs from his previous albums, as well as some new songs. The album features 15 tracks that highlight his ministry of leading people into God's presence through worship. Some of the songs include \"High Places\", \"More of You\", \"Be Glorified\", and \"Use Me\". The album also includes a bonus track called \"Winna Mon\", which is sung in Jamaican patois.
This album was recorded live at Calvary Assembly in Orlando, Florida. The album features 12 tracks that focus on the majesty and sovereignty of God over all nations and generations. Some of the songs include \"Majesty\", \"We Declare That the Kingdom of God is Here\", \"Highest Place\", and \"We Shall Behold Him\". The album also includes a patriotic song called \"Return to Righteousness America\", which calls for repentance and revival in the nation.
We Offer Praises (1999)
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