- Released: September 14, 2010
- Label: Green Hill
- 1.Shekhinah (Interlude)
- 2.Pearls On a Chain
- 3.Yesod (Interlude)
- 4.To Be Wanted - (featuring Mark Masri)
- 5.Hod (Interlude)
- 6.Learn To Love Yourself
- 7.Nezah (Interlude)
- 8.Grace and Gratitude
- 9.Tiferet (Interlude)
- 10.Love is Letting Go of Fear
- 11.Hesed-Gevurah (Interlude)
- 12.GatE GatE
- 13.Tala'al Badru 'Alayna (Interlude)
- 14.Let Go Let God
- 15.Binah (Interlude)
- 16.I Will Lift Up My Eyes - (featuring Amy Sky)
- 17.Hochmah (Interlude)
- 18.Power of Now Keter, The (Interlude)
- 19.Instrument of Peace - (featuring Marc Jordan)
Personnel: Greg Johnston (programming).
Audio Mixer: Vic Florencia.
Recording information: CB Studios; Echo Beach Studio, Jupiter, FL; Kick Audio, Toronto; Maison De Musique, Toronto; Signal To Noise, Toronto.
Photographer: Chad Smith .
Olivia Newton-John revisits the material from her 2006 album Grace and Gratitude on 2010's Grace and Gratitude Renewed, a fitting title for the project that gives little clue to the music within. Newton-John returned to these songs of faith and healing to give them a slightly different spin: originally, they were written and recorded during the healing process; now, they have been recorded from a place of serenity. To the outsider, these differences may wind up being a bit too subtle to discern as both records sound as if they're coming from a calm, peaceful vantage point, offering new age paeans of pancultural religion, incorporating Buddhism, Judaism, and Christianity under a warm, fuzzy umbrella. It's easy to knock this for not exactly being compelling -- it glides, it doesn't grab -- but that's the whole point: this is meditative mood music and it's gauzily effective in that regard in either of its incarnations. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine