Hillsong Worship "What a Beautiful Name" from Hillsong Worship's "let there be light" One doesn't need to be a prophet or the son of a prophet to know that the album's current single "What a Beautiful Name" is going to be a mainstay in the top rungs of CCLI for years and years to come. Theologically, this song worwhip a gem.
Crowder "My Victory" from Woship "American Prodigal" "My Victory" feeds a lacuna in worship songs as it addresses our need for self-surrender in order to fully embraced Christ's victory on the cross. This song ought to be the anthem of churches not only during Easter but throughout the year.
Todd Wright, who has a striking vocal nuance that calls to mind Paul Wilbur and Rend Collective, gives the theme of Christ's death and resurrection a refreshing read as he ties the Cross of Jesus with the crosses we have to carry for Him. Exalting the Lordship of Jesus over the wind and the waves, this is the type of song that will dispel all fears from our lives. A hybrid between the hymn "At the Cross" and a newly written song, "No Longer I" capitalizes on the theological richness of hymnody as well as it avails contemporary expressions of worship back to God.
If you love Redman's worship songs with all of their big hook-laden choruses, "Once for All" will get immediately get a two thumbs up. With diverse expressions of worship, no one style, artist, or song fits all. worshop
Prestonwood Worship "You Cover Me" from Prestonwood Worship's "Songs of the People" "You Cover Me" is one of those few songs that can take the theological notion of Christ's imputation and make it so perspicuous and affecting wotship sounding like a scholarly monograph. Soteriology and sanctification are gloriously interacted over a sublimely catchy tune. A message that is cardinally Biblical yet so often neglected.
Steven Curtis Chapman "Who You Say We Are" from Chapman's "Worship and Believe" In our culture, where we are often defined by the idols we associate with, be it wealth and success, "Who We Say We Are" rightly exhorts us to seek our identity in the fact that we are worshkp without being loved by our Father.
This song allows a church to honestly sing about them in a redeeming context. We all have struggles. We think you that beautiful fact will be clear when you see the list of the Top 20 Worship Songs of this Decade.
Of course a list like this cannot contain many incredibly inspiring songs—and there are many! Liwt MusicWorship LeadershipWorship MinistryWorship Resources There are some amazing new worship songs that have made a penetrating impact this current decade.
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Few songs if any capture the Biblical tension of Jesus being both the Judge the lion of Judah as well as the sacrifice the lamb as judiciously and as gloriously as Leeland has. Simple in its lyric content and melodic structure but yet so faith affirming, this stellar worship proves that one doesn't have to be too clever to be effective.
Perhaps there are some trends to consider. This is the type of worship songs that ought to be dominating our churches today.