For Worship Music Monday, I thought I would pick out five songs that I am currently loving at the moment. First of all, I'm a big K-Love listener. Love the music, love the on air people, and just love everything about it. If you haven't checked out K-Love, head over to klove.com
"Steal My Show" by Toby Mac. Toby Mac has a huge following and has been getting great reviews with the Winter Jam tour. "Steal My Show" is one of those songs that really fits that atmosphere. Talking about the crowd being all excited and ready to have fun and praise. Yet, making sure to let God show up and take over. Allowing him to be in control of it. Just a great and fun song that will make you turn the stereo up.
"10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) " by Matt Redman. I heard this song a year ago and was just amazed at how great it was. The lyrics and the overall sound to it just really let you sit back. The song focuses on singing God's praises all through the day no matter what is going on. From when the sun comes up to when the sun goes down. The song will get your attention immediately especially with that piano. That piano just hooked me.
"Need You Now (How Many Times)" by Plumb. This song is for everyone that may be out there struggling with something. The opening lyrics say that everyone has a story to tell and that everyone has a wound to be healed. Crying out to God to take whatever problem that it is and fix it. Reaching out and pleading for God to stay right there as you walk through the shadows. Powerful song and one that everyone can relate to.
"Forgiveness" by Matthew West. A song about letting go. Forgiving just as the title says. The song is based off of a real story about a mother who lost her daughter due to an accident with a drunk driver. She eventually talked to that driver in prison and was able to forgive him for what he had done. She also asked the judge to release him so he could join her in going around the country to talk about what can happen with drunk driving. That is an amazing story of forgiveness and the song talks of how that unforgiveness and hurt can wear your whole soul down. Being able to listen to God's whispers of being able to forgive and move past something in your life.
"Only A Mountain" by Jason Castro. Many will remember Jason Castro from his American Idol days. I love this song. The song talks about faith and how God can move any mountain. Mountains can represent anything in your life. Big things, small things. As the lyrics say, don't give up, don't you quit. You gotta keep fighting if you want to win. God can move any mountain in our lives but this song tells us that it is keeping that faith that those mountains can be moved.
That is it for today's Worship Music Monday. Have a great rest of Monday. Take care and God bless!!
Monday, April 29, 2013
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