This compilation came at about the right point in the band's career, showing the progress they made after their first five albums and ten years together (their debut album wasn't recorded until four years after they originally formed). At 12 tracks, the collection isn't indulgent but rather fitting for the number of hits the band has scored. The inclusion of worship covers over more original material is a bit perplexing; however, it ultimately points back to the band's dedication to the live worship experience. The band's earlier and later years are represented fairly well. The one exclusion is the lack of any representation from 2002's The Life and Times of Absolute Truth. This isn't essential for fans, but it serves as an excellent starting point for new listeners.
AllMusic Review by Jared Johnson