Elevation Worship has emerged as one of the most popular worship formations in the last decade. Their songs are used in churches all over the world today. they’re now joining forces with established artists like Tauren Wells with their hit song ‘Echo’, Kari Jobe with ‘The Blessing’, and many more in their newest album ‘Graves into Gardens’. This formula proved to be quite successful. Another great example of that is their collaboration with Bethel Music’s Brandon Lake. The title song ‘Graves Into Gardens’ is definitely a song for the current circumstances of our world.
‘Graves into Gardens’ is the title song of Elevation Worship’s newest album. All throughout the album, there’s a recurring theme which is based on a sermon by Elevation Church’s lead pastor Stephen Furtick. The story behind this song is all about the story of Elisha’s life-giving bones in 2 Kings 13:20-21.
The message of the entire album teaches us the principle that God can turn around seemingly hopeless situations and turn them fruitful beyond our own imagination. ‘Graves into Gardens’ illustrates this message in a powerful way as the title song of the album.
The collaboration of modern worship artists like Elevation Worship and vocal powerhouses like Brandon Lake is a guaranteed formula for a powerful and anointed song. The song has also been covered in different languages, e.g. the Dutch version by Maasbach Worship. Listen to Elevation Worship’s ‘Graves into Gardens’ on Maasbach Radio, Spotify, and Apple Music. You can also check out the Dutch version by Maasbach Worship on YouTube.← BackNext →