Hurt and the Healer
Multi-award-winning and multi-platinum selling MercyMe have another hit on their hands with this fantastic album - a moving celebration of the moment when our deep need for healing is met by the God who is willing and able to heal...
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Multi-award-winning and multi-platinum selling MercyMe have another hit on their hands with this fantastic album - a moving celebration of the moment when our deep need for healing is met by the God who is willing and able to heal all wounds.
:The hurt is easy to see. It's all around us. Every day. Fortunately, so is the healing.
The Hurt and the Healer is a celebration of that moment when these two worlds collide...the deep need for healing and the God who provides it. Produced by Brown Bannister and Dan Muckula, this new album from MercyMe features their trademark anthems, engaging pop songs and moments of intimate worship.
MercyMe's last album, The Generous Mr Lovewell, sold over 400,000 units. Their most famous song 'I Can Only Imagine' has received over 15 million hits on YouTube. The success of the single ultimately propelled Almost There to being certified double platinum, representing sales of over 2 million albums, as well as the single itself being certified platinum.
The band consists of vocalist Bart Millard, keyboardist James Bryson, percussionist Robby Shaffer, bassist Nathan Cochran and guitarists Michael Scheuchzer and Barry Graul.
1. You Know Better
- 1. You Know BetterMercyMe0:59
- 2. You Don't Care At AllMercyMe0:59
- 3. The Hurt & The HealerMercyMe0:59
- 4. To Whom It May ConcernMercyMe0:59
- 5. You Are I AmMercyMe0:59
- 6. Take The TimeMercyMe0:59
- 7. Don't Give Up On MeMercyMe0:59
- 8. Hold OnMercyMe0:59
- 9. Best Of MeMercyMe0:59
- 10. The First TimeMercyMe0:59
A period of brokenness led to the formation of the worship band, MercyMe in 1994. The band from Greenville, Texas has quickly evolved from being Christian music's fastest-selling new act to one of the most successful bands in all musical genres. Just a bunch of guys who loved music, loved the Lord and wanted be able to support their families playing music for and about Jesus. Several Dove Awards, several albums and over five million + CD and DVD sales later, a lot has changed. But they're still the same people - guys who love what they do and who they do it for.