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.
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.
A Thousand Tongues (Awake My Soul) – Written and performed by Matt Maher. The text of this song is taken from one of Charles Wesley’s favorite hymns, “O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing.” We are reminded that God is worthy not just of the praise we alone bring Him, but He is worthy of the praise of a thousand tongues.
Death Was Arrested – written by Ryan Heath Balltzglier and performed by North Point InsideOut. The beautiful message of this song reminds us of the freedom and life we enjoy because of the sacrifice Christ made on the cross for us. Our life truly begins at the cross when we experience His grace washing over us.
Before The Throne Of God Above – This hymn was written in 1863 by Charitie Lees Bancroft. This song speaks of Christ’s role as our advocate and Great high Priest before the heavenly Father. We can have the wonderful assurance that because our sinless Savior died for us, our just God is satisfied to look on Jesus and pardon us.
He Will Hold Me Fast, words and music by Matt Merker and performed by Keith and Kristyn Getty. This songs speaks of the incredible grasp Jesus has for those He calls His own. While we may doubt, experience fear, or even fall into sin, we are held securely by Christ’s hold on us.