I agree with some of the reviews on here that this second worship album is very different from the first, in its tone, choice of songs, and overall presentation, and I found it a bit difficult at first, as well. The first album was a "wow" inspiring performance-IMHO, Smith is a much better live performer than a studio artist; the man was born to rock the stage-and if you are looking for a performance, then he does fail to deliver. What he does deliver, however, is a true praise and worship session. Gone are the star-studded performances and the dramatic instrumental. This time, Smith lets the music speak for itself, and it speaks loud and clear. He forsakes choices from the Top 40 Christian hits, and instead, modernizes such classical hymns as Lord Have Mercy and The Wonderful Cross, with magnificent results. What I loved most about this album was the emphasis on the audience, the voice of which sometimes drowned out that of both Smith and the backup vocalists. When they raise their voices together in I Give You My Heart, I get chills every time. At first, I, too, was disappointed, having been in love with the awe-inspiring Worship. But the more I listen to this album, the more I realize-it's the better of the two. If this is a trend, then I can't wait for the third.