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Some of My Favorite Worship Songs

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One of the most powerful things I believe we can do for our spiritual lives that impacts our ability to stay focused on Christ – is to feed our minds, hearts, and souls things that will nourish us spiritually, things that exalt Christ.

There is something amazing about singing praises to our Lord. Don’t just listen – sing along at the top of your voice! 🙂

My favorite songs are ones that exalt my Lord and that share the truth of Scripture – not that exalt people or experiences. Here are some of the worship songs I love the most. Please share your favorite songs that lift up and exalt Jesus with us, as well!

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The Power of the Cross – Kristyn Getty

Still, My Soul Be Still – Keith and Kristyn Getty

In Christ Alone – Keith and Kristyn Getty

Revelation Song – Kari Jobe

Agnes Dei – Jotta A.

Total Praise – Harlem Choir

10,000 Reasons – Matt Redman

Your Great Name – Kari Jobe

Never Once Did We Ever Walk Alone – Matt Redman

Oh Lord, How Marvelous – SpiritWing

Whom Shall I Fear – Chris Tomlin

One Thing Remains – Jesus Culture

Keep Making Me – Sidewalk Prophets

Who Am I? – Casting Crowns

After All (Holy) – David Crowder Band

And Can It Be That I Should Gain – Charles Wesley hymn sung by David Harms – my favorite hymn! AMAZING message! The verse about the dungeon… WOW!

 

19 thoughts on “Some of My Favorite Worship Songs

  1. Excellent post, April ! That is a wonderful selection of songs. I love the Getty’s music, especially “In Christ Alone”. That is the first time I have heard David Harms. He does a wonderful job of singing “And Can It Be”

  2. Yes, those are all great…. Let me introduce you to your next favorite song:

    “oceans” by Hillsong United – Starts and ends gentle – yet the middle is pure passion…. Audience participation in parts and the note she hits at 5:55 is unbelievable… I never get tired of this one…..

    blessings
    rory

  3. I love, love, love praise and worship songs! The ones I just can’t get enough of right now are “Holy Spirit”, “Cornerstone”, “Oceans”, and “Lord, I Need You.” Makes me cry every time.

  4. My favorite music has to be Scripture Lullabies. (They are not just for babies! 🙂 ) Most of the songs are purely the Word of God put to music, and they are so soothing! It creates such a calm, peaceful atmosphere in our home! Here is a link to the website:
    http://www.scripture-lullabies.com/

    They play snippets of the songs in the background of their website to give you an idea of what they sound like. Also, if you do a search for “Scripture Songs” on YouTube you can hear full length versions of a few of their songs.

  5. This is such a beautiful picture. All of us loving and worshiping with the same music. Singing in our cars, homes, churches, workplaces, mission fields, etc., etc., etc.. And Yahweh hearing one unified voice in praise to Him. . .Heavenly !!!

    Thanks, April, for this picture today 🙂

  6. I love all of those songs! I have an extensive music background so some of my most favorites are worship songs friends and acquaintances have written over the years.

    My family loves listening to Christian radio and whenever we’re at home and “Move” by Mercy Me comes on, one of my children, without fail, begs me to swing them around the room and dance with them. It’s so fun to worship to! http://m.godtube.com/watch/?v=FJJEJCNU

    Three songs in particular are have spoken to me very loudly in the past couple years based on what I’ve gone through:

    “Blessings” by Laura Story
    “Give Me Your Eyes” by Brandon Heath
    “Forgiven Forever” by Glenn Packiam

  7. Thanks for sharing these, April. Something I have started doing is creating playlists with a particular theme. For example, when I was feeling attacked by the enemy about my worth, I created a list of songs that speak to who God says I am. And I’m currently building a list to go along with an online study I’m doing of the Beatitudes. As each one is studied, I pray for God to show me the right song to add. Then when I’m out on my daily walk, in my car, or working at home I can listen to these songs and be reminded of the corresponding scripture or truth the Lord is teaching me. It reinforces what I’m learning, keeps my mind focused more on Him and less on myself or other negative thoughts that try to creep in.

  8. I have found Meredith Andrews, very awesome relating worship:-) also did you know spotify is free with ads. You can listen o pretty much any album free. The paid version without ads is only 10.00

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