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Sing a New Song

A new year is upon us. During Advent and at Christmas, we were challenged to understand the incredible gift that we have been given in Christ, to reflect on what Christ has done for each of us and for the world, and to look forward with anticipation to when Christ will return and the Kingdom of God will be fully realized.


As Psalm 96 proclaims, the time for each us to sing a new song is right now!


What new song will you sing to the Lord in word and deed this year?


Below you can read about and listen to some songs that might challenge you to sing and and follow God’s call in a new way this year!  One of the songs below might even be completely new to you.

"Hymn of the Holy Spirit,” Pat Barrett,  

These are such great words:   “Holy Spirit, guide my speaking words of grace and truth abound. Let my lips be filled with stories of the mercy that I've found.”

“Wood and Nails,” The Porters Gate,   

Great verse: "The   kingdom's come and built upon wood and nails gripped with joyfulness. So send me out, within Your ways, knowing that the task is finished. The dead will rise and give You praise wood and nails will not hold them down.”


“Immortal Invisible,” Laura Story,   

A contemporary song that expounds on the hymn, “Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise.” It has quite alot to say!


”It is Well,” Todd Fields,

 “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go,” Indelible Grace,  

A modern take using the words of a classic hymn. The idea that God’s love gets a hold of us and will not let us go no matter what !


“Graves Into Gardens,” Brandon Lake,  

A wonderful reminder: “ You turn mourning to dancing; You give beauty for ashes; You turn shame into glory; You’re the only one who can!  You turn graves into gardens; You turn bones into armies; You turn seas into highways; You’re the only one who can!” 


“Jireh,” Naomi Raine,  

“Jireh, You are more than enough” is so very true in my life.  “I will be content in every circumstance.  You are Jireh, You are enough.”

“Great is Thy Faithfulness,”  The Tabernacle Choir,


“Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee,” Carrie Underwood,  This phrase is so encouraging “Ever singing, march we onward, victors in the midst of strife.  Joyful music leads us sunward in the triumph song of life” 

“Abba, I Belong to You,” Jonathan & Melissa Helser,    Great words: “You’re (God) more real than the ground I’m standing on.  You’re more real than the wind in my lungs.  Abba, I belong to You!”  How wonderful it is to belong to such a mighty God!

"New Creation," Casting Crowns, Mac Powell,

"In My Heart There Rings a Melody," Larry Shackley,

"Joy in the Morning," Tavren Wells,

"God Really Loves Us," Dante Bowe Crowder,

"Because He Lives," Gloria Gaither,   Says what I feel, always hope for tomorrow because of Him,.  I have hope!

"My God is an Awesome God," Michael W. Smith,  Lifts God up as an awesome God who reigns from Heaven above with wisdom, power and love - our God is an awesome God

"Let It Be Christmas," Alan Jackson,   New to me now even though Christmas has passed, I still listen to it over and over.  The words that resonate with me: "Let heavenly music fill the air; let every heart sing, let every bell ring the story of hope and joy and peace...Let anger and fear and hate disappear; let there be love that lasts through the year. "

"It is Well With My Soul," (Traditional) The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square,

"I Then Shall Live,"  Gaither Vocal Band,  Says," I then shall live as one who's been forgiven


"Hymn of Heaven," Phil Wickham,

"Heart of the Father," Ryan Ellis

"How Great Thou Art," The Vocal Majority,

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