From savoring a warm cup of coffee in the morning to cuddling up with a good book at night, Point of Grace reminds us to be thankful for the simple things in life. Celebrating 20 successful years together, they share their gratitude in "Good Enough," "Only Jesus," "What I Already Know," "Wash Me Away," "Might Be Today," and more.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
3 out of 475%customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for A Thousand Little Things, CD
Review 1 for A Thousand Little Things, CD
Always Great Music and Lyrics
Date:October 30, 2013
I have all of Point of Grace's CD albums, and when I came across a $5 deal on their newest album, I had no other choice but to snatch it up :) once again, I am not disappointed in their music and lyrics! There are many artists out there who have powerful music, but Point of Grace is one of my "go to" Christian artists whenever I need a "pick me up kind of mood." As always, I pick up on their lyrics very quickly. I have and will play this CD on a continuous reel. I don't think I will ever tire of their music!
This album reflects a return to POG's style of more Christ-centered music. Yes, the trademark harmonies are gone (but they've been gone for a few years now anyway). That doesn't mean they still can't produce a fine album with equally sweet 3 part harmonies. I just wish there were more accompaniment tracks available to the songs from this one.
Share this review:
0of0voted this as helpful.
Review 3 for A Thousand Little Things, CD
Music spoke to my heart
Date:August 19, 2013
Contrary to the other review I found the music on this CD quite Christ-centered and edifying, particularly for people who are going through difficult trials.
Please NOTE The Following: 1. They have gone into secular country type of music. 2. They do not hold the line on modesty anymore 3. there are no solid Gospel lyrics in their songs either!
This CD will be a downer for any POG fans that loved the original Quartet group ( Denise, Heather, Shelly and Terry ).
From the moment that Heather Payne left the group, it has NOT been the same. The group has gone down hill and anymore, they don't hold the line when it comes to modesty. I've seen some shocking *Official POG photos* of Denise Jones in a Skimpy dress! I am No Longer A fan of this group... whatever they had has been lost.