Worship Songs: Current Favorites?

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What are you current favorite worship songs? 

I love to ask this question because music is a big deal! The songs we sing at church or in the car have the power to influence our days. They can bring healing, strength, and encouragement. They can shift our focus back to the cross and even refresh our souls.  

I'm curious: What worship songs have been inspiring you lately? Would you be willing to share one or two of your current favorites? 

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Holy, Holy, Holy

Sing to Jesus

Trust in You by Lauren Daigle

Even If, Mercy Me

Admin

Hi Kristen! I heard on the radio that Lauren Daigle is going to be on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show this evening (Nov 7). 

Really? Very cool (Oh dear, I'll have to stay up late again tonight.)

Admin

Did you catch it? I missed it but am hoping to watch today...! 

 

 

Holy God We Praise Your Name

Here is Love

 

Community Builder

I love my time in the car each morning listening to music.  This morning I was touched and inspired by the songs "Counting Every Blessing" by Rend Collective and "First" by Lauren Daigle.   

Laura Meyering, Adm Specialist

When Peace Like a River (It is well with my soul)

My Heart is Filled with Thankfulness (Keith & Kristyn Getty)

 

Admin

'Great is Your Faithfulness' One Sonic Society 

'You Say' Lauren Daigle 

Participant

Is He Worthy? by Andrew Peterson

Awesome God by Rich Mullins

 

Admin

Awesome God by Rich Mullins is one of my all time favorites! 

All Glory Be to Christ - Kings Kaleidoscope (we're introducing this one as we come to the end of 2018).

Trust You - Aaron Keyes

We did "All Glory Be to Christ" at the Worship Symposium and at Synod last year - and this one really sings with a congregation! (and it really gets in your head). That refrain - All glory be to Christ...- awesome!

 

Yes, hope to do "All Glory be to Christ" this winter.. powerful song 

I enjoy singing old time gospel hymns rather than new unfamiliar creations.  Right now "Victory in Jesus" is going through my mind.

Community Builder

A few that our congregation has learned this past year:

His Mercy is More - by Matt Boswell

We Look to You - Sovereign Grace's recent album "Prayers of the Saints"

O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer - also from Sovereign Grace's "Prayers of the Saints"

Here are a few that our church has learned recently:

Who You Say I Am - Hillsong

Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Beginnging to End) - One Sonic Society

For the Cause - Gettys

 

Another GREAT song that I listen to frequently is "Stand in Your Love" by Josh Baldwin. 

Participant

We've not sung it yet as a congregation, but our annual Easter choir is planning to sing "Is He Worthy", written and recorded by Andrew Peterson and also recorded by Chris Tomlin on his new album Holy Roar, which is based on the book by the same title that Tomlin co-authored with his pastor, Darren Whitehead, inspired by the seven words of Hebrew praise. It's an absolutely beautiful, call-and-response song, whose lyrics ask and answer several questions about our world, our hope, our triune God, and as reflected in the title, our Savior and Lord, Jesus.

Current favorites are Trust in You by Lauren Daigle and You Never Let Go by Matt Redman.  Revelation Song also a powerful one.

Paul

We like Reckless Love by Cory Asbury, hope to learn Great is Thy Faithfulness by One Sonic Society in the next couple of weeks.

Austin Stone-Your Mercy and Great is Thy Faithfulness. 

 

Jesus Loves Me

Trust and Obey

The Lord's Prayer

Gloria Patri

Love seeing all these songs!  Thanks for asking Diane.  

We've learned "Who you say I am" by Hillsong, "Only a Holy God" by CityAlight; and are learning "Is he Worthy" by Andrew Peterson for Advent... love, love this one.  The beautiful Biblical lyrics, and story of God's love imaged in this song make some of the tricky vocal lines so worth it