Three years in the making, Amy Grant's 17th album resonates with the musical, emotional and spiritual depth that has marked her career.

Three years in the making, Amy Grant's 17th album resonates with the musical, emotional and spiritual depth that has marked her career. And while the title track may testify to Grant's longing for "true love and the miracle of forgiving," the artist's own life has not been so simple. Sure enough, Ron Hemby's "Innocence Lost," one of two songs not written by Grant, candidly suggests the self-realization arising from her first failed marriage. Of course, Grant is now married to Vince Gill, who gracefully guests on "Beautiful," both vocally and musically (with an acoustic guitar solo). Along the way, she also found self-acceptance, as evidenced by the set-closing "After the Fire."—JB