When you buy a Jason Gray album, you can always count on those two things to be present on every song: the hook and the heart. Where The Light Gets In has these aplenty with one meaningful, memorable pop cut after another. The time, Gray nods to an overarching theme of finding joy in the trial, and it’s the principal theme behind tracks like the opener “Learning,” “Sparrows” and “Learning To Be Found.” However, “The Wound is Where the Light Gets In” is the album’s centerpiece, a co-write with Jars Of Clay’s Dan Haseltine. The song is a beautiful reminder that brokenness leads to healing, the cornerstone of a fine pop album that will lead the listener to wholeness in Christ.
Jason Gray – ‘Where The Light Gets In’ album review
4.5 Overall Score