|Through the Storm|
|Studio album by|
|Released||December 26, 1991|
|Studio||Hummingbird Recording in Nashville, Tennessee except "The Only Way", recorded at Digital Recorders|
|Yolanda Adams chronology|
Through the Storm is the second studio album by American gospel singer Yolanda Adams. It was released by Tribute Records on December 26, 1991 in the United States.
Credits taken from the album's liner notes.
|1.||"You Know That I Know"||4:15|
|3.||"Through the Storm"||V. Michael McKay||4:56|
|5.||"Even Me"||Roberta Martin||5:26|
|6.||"Forever with Me"||4:14|
|7.||"The Only Way"||Warren||5:25|
|8.||"Just a Prayer Away"||Curtis||4:36|
|9.||"A Message to You"||5:22|
|10.||"Let Thy Will Be Done"||Armirris Palmore||5:00|
|scope="row"||US Top Gospel Albums (Billboard)||8|
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