The Best Worship Music and a Resource that will Make it Better
I think my favorite part about the best worship songs is their ability to get me right at my core.
It’s funny how a few words with a great melody can either bring me to tears or make me want to dance around the living room.
One song can inspire me to just sit still and listen while another sends me to my knees in prayer. One reminds me of God’s goodness and another prompts me to get out there and shine for Jesus.
A few notes, a little percussion, an inspired vocalist and we’re all moved to worship and praise.
I love it!
Being the Sanguine I am, I enjoy the surprise of listening to our local Christian radio stations. I like not knowing what’s coming next. Rev prefers to make playlists and cycle through his favorites again and again. So, he counts on me to share my favorites with him and help him keep his playlist up to date.
I thought you might want to know what we’re listening to … and oh my, before you go, I want to know what’s playing at your house, too. I hope you enjoy the videos and those not shown are just a song title click away.
The Best Worship Music and…
♥ I Just Need U – Toby Mac
♥ Old Church Choir – Zach Williams
This one is my ringtone! It always makes me smile!
♥ Broken Things – Matthew West
♥ Reckless Love by Cory Asbury
I love this arrangement by Voices of Lee
♥ The Breakup Song – Francesca Battistelli
♥ Counting Every Blessing – Rend Collective
I’ve made this my blog’s theme song!
♥ Burn the Ships – for King and Country
♥ Loving My Jesus – Casting Crowns
♥ Flawless – Mercy Me
And speaking of Flawless by MercyMe, I have something new I can’t wait to share with you!
Weekly Music Studies For Your Family or Church.
IRL Resources is a brand new way to experience Christian music together. With an annual subscription, you’ll get access to 52 IRL Studies a year–that’s one every week!
Each study focuses on one hit Christian song from today’s biggest artists like Lauren Daigle, Kutless, Jordan Feliz, Jaci Velasquez, All Sons & Daughters, Aaron Shust, Hawk Nelson, Citizen Way and more!
You’ll get a worksheet that will give you theme references, scripture to read, focus and discussion questions, a quote from the artist about the song, a closing prayer and links to watch the music video and/or stream the song. Group studies also include an ice breaker game, full sermon notes, media slides and more.
Flawless is just one of those studies!
What a fabulous way to the best worship music with your family over the dinner table, in your homeschool classes, or youth Bible study.
Just imagine how much more engaged you all will be the next time you listen to a song you’ve discussed.
IRL is currently offering a FREE Newsboys study right now! And you can also get 30% your purchase through the end of the month by using the code DEBWOLF.
I’ve been blessed to preview several weeks of studies and I love them. And this is truly my personal opinion … I am not an affiliate nor am I benefitting in any way other than an opportunity to test run the studies myself.
I really love these studies. Our grandson is crazy about listening to his “best worship music” and this is just one more way to help him think about the message truths behind the notes and lyrics he enjoys.
You can find out more about IRL Resources here.
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I love worship music. One minute I find myself dancing around and the next in tears. I too love the surprise of what is next. Thank you for all the links to these great songs. Listening as I type away.
Thank you for sharing this worship music… I loved listening to it and it really helped especially since there is so much going on in my family life right at this time… Thank you and God Bless you!
I especially love Rend Collective and the ships song.
Thanks so much for sharing this great compilation!
Thank you for this list as it has been quietly playing in the background as I have continued to read. Worship music is such a gift as there is always a song which can speak to our hearts. Blessings!
What’s playing at my house: I blast Reckless Love and Promise Keeper by Israel Houghton at least 3x/day. Anything by my church; The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir is always on. Am I the only one whose quiet time is only worship music? Worship music is a blessing to my soul.
Hey Deb, love this line up of songs. I see many of my favorites. And towel theology? Of course that’s Sue! I love her writing. I can’t wait to read it. Thank you for hosting another shindig, and this time for providing the music!☺
I need to make more time in my life for music.
Being a word nerd and an information junkie, I tend to listen to podcasts or to NPR, but this can be so overwhelming sometimes.
Thanks for this push in a good direction for my tired brain.
I’m right there with you Deb. My car radio has been on our local Christian radio station for the past 23 years. I can’t live without it. One of my sons is a worship pastor, and he teases me about how the radio station never changed. I tell him I like to think of it as one of the seeds planted that God chose to grow in his heart. Such sweet memories of all the kids singing these songs from the backseat.
Having spent years singing with our praise band at church, it’s almost impossible for me to choose a favorite song, Deb. However, I think “I Can Only Imagine” is right up there in the top 10 for me. Thanks for sharing these songs here and the amazing resource to use at home as a learning and inspirational tool.
So funny! My hubby and I are the same as you and yours. He likes to listen to old favorites over and over; I like new stuff.
I am totally looking into this as a gift idea for my teen daughter. Thank you! laurensparks.net
Thanks Deb, this info about IRL is awesome. I am going to check it out. thanks for hosting and have an awesome weekend.
thanks for featuring towel theology – i’m afraid I needed to have re read it this morning before French Toast and sausage… I’m a day late linking. xx