Do you want to hear that new song we did Sunday but don’t remember what it is called? Here are the latest new songs we have recently incorporated into our rotation.

 

Turn Your Eyes – Traditional words by Helen H. Lemmel. Additional words and chorus by George Romanacce. This song is a simple reminder for all of us to keep our eyes on the Lord, whether we’re going through a difficult storm or just life in general. We are His, and He will be glorified. 

Unfailing (Psalm 5) – Words and music by Brian Darnell and Chris McGowan. This song declares our response of worship to God even through difficult circumstances. He is our refuge and He hears our cries to Him. He delivers us through His unfailing love.

I Stand In Awe – Words and music by Nicole Serrano. We often take for granted the wonderful things God has done. But when we really ponder His majesty in not only His creation, but what he has done for each of us through Jesus Christ, we are left in complete awe of Him. To Him be the glory.

Christ Our Savior – Words and music by Chris McGowan. This song focuses not only on the depth of God’s love for us, but also reminds us of His faithfulness, mercy and grace that we are able to enjoy everyday. Hallelujah! He is good to us indeed.

Only A Holy God – Words and music by Michael Farren. This song reminds us of not only the eternal, majestic character and mighty works of God, but the fact that we can come before Him, a holy God, and cry out to Him in worship.  

Great Things – Music and Words by Phil Wickham. This anthem of proclamation focuses our attention on the wonderful things that God has done for us through our Savior Jesus Christ and we can fully trust Him to continue His work in us.

Is He Worthy? – Music and Words by Andrew Peterson. This powerful song asks the question found in Revelation 5, is anyone worthy to break the seal and open the scroll. The chorus of this song answers the question with a triumphant “He is worthy!”

The Lord Alone – Music and words by Jeff Eeningenburg and performed by Grace Church Worship. This song is a declaration of God’s sovereignty over all. He always and always will reign supreme, He alone is God!

I Will Wait For You – Music and words by Keith Getty and performed by Kristyn Getty. Throughout the book of Psalms, we see the command to wait on the Lord. Through trials and various difficulties, we know our timing doesn’t always line up with God, but we can trust Him fully knowing He will deliver us.

All I Have Is Christ – Music and words by Jordan Kauflin. This song speaks of the truth that having Christ surpasses anything we might face in this life. Being reminded of His faithfulness to us, leads us to a place where we can proclaim, Hallelujah! Jesus is my life.

Doxology/Amen – Written and performed by Phil Wickham. This arrangement is a simple yet powerful rendition of the well-known Doxology. The chorus of Amen leading into the refrain of, “God, we praise You,” culminates in the believers’ response of praise to our Creator.

O Praise The Name – Written by Benjamin Hastings and performed by Hillsong. This song speaks of the victory Christ had over death and the grave. Because of this marvelous truth, we as believers can share in His victory and declare His praise for what He has done for us now, and the future we will one day have with Him!

Living Hope – Written and performed by Phil Wickham. This song speaks of the hope we have in Christ. Beginning with our initial separation and hopelessness apart from God, reminding us of the redemptive work of Christ, and finally culminating into a glorious chorus of Hallelujah! Praise the One who set me free.

 

Other songs we sing regularly.

Lamb Of God – by Vertical Worship

All Creatures Of Our God And King – by Sovereign Grace

A Thousand Tongues (Awake My Soul) – by Matt Maher

Death Was Arrested – by North Point InsideOut

He Will Hold Me Fast – by Keith and Kristyn Getty

What A Beautiful Name It Is – by Hillsong Worship

Lion And The Lamb – by Bethel Music

Stand In Awe – by Phil Wickham

Glory Be – by Chris Tomlin

The Lord Is My Salvation – by Keith and Kristyn Getty