Music Review- Finding Favour: Mountains Must Move

Featuring the talent of David Blake NeeSmith on vocals, Allen Stanford Dukes on guitar, Joseph Dustin Daniels on bass, and Joshua Duckworth on drums, Finding Favor brings us a lyric video of their song Mountains Must Move.

Finding Favour does not shy away from using the name of Jesus Christ. Sadly, this is a growing rarity in Christian music. However, this band is not ashamed as they encourage those who listen to their lyrics telling us to move the mountains that are blocking your path to victory. They are encouraging. It has the contemporary feel that is common in Christian worship songs today. It is encouraging, uplifting, and while it is not unique, it worth listening.

You can listen to the lyric video by clicking on the link in the picture above.

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