Five Friday Favorites – Worship Songs

The five things that are on my mind this week are worship songs. Worship plays a huge part in our marriage. It is here where we can join together worshiping our Savior using the words and melodies of heart-searching songs to lift our eyes to the only One who knows us best.

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The five things that are on my mind this week are worship songs.

Worship plays a huge part in our marriage. It is here where we can join together worshiping our Savior using the words and melodies of heart-searching songs to lift our eyes to the only One who knows us best.

It has been an emotional week for us. Maybe we’ll delve into that in future posts, but not yet. Right now worship is what is helping us most. These are five of our favorite songs. We hope you’ll take a few minutes to listen and let these songs minister to you as they have to us.

Here Again, by Elevation Worship

Do It Again, by Elevation Worship

The Stand, by Hillsong United

All Because of Christ, Austin Stone Worship

So Will I, Hillsong United

I am grateful for the gift God has given us through worship. It is in this place where His Spirit meets us in our point of need. What a gift I never want to take for granted.

What worship songs are your favorites?


This is our 5th post in the Ultimate Blog Challenge to post everyday in April.


About Debi Walter

Face it, marriage is hard work. But when cultivated daily the fruit produced will satisfy for a lifetime. We're here to help with ideas and encouragement along the way. Having been married 36 years and counting, we share what we've learned with practical tips, Biblical Truths, Date night ideas to help you plow your own vineyard for God's glory.
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15 Responses to Five Friday Favorites – Worship Songs

  1. Impossible Things by Chris Tomlin is my current wonderful ear-worm.

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  2. I am sure it wouldn’t surprise you that none of those would make my list. I’m glad you found the ones that resonate in your soul- because that’s the real trick to a worshipful life.

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  3. vidhya29 says:

    An interesting post! loved it

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  4. Randy & Vickie says:

    We cannot imagine our lives and marriage without worship songs and together worship time. It has gotten us through some of our most challenging times. It for sure has brought both of us closer to God and closer to one another.

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  5. In this vast and lonely land
    where cancer’s bound my soul,
    music helps me take a stand,
    and this is how I roll:
    Dropkick Murphys’ “Hang ‘Em High”
    is singularly a blessing
    because I darn well refuse to die
    and hold what they’re professing.
    Cancer’s got advantage here,
    and I am sore outgunned;
    its fell companion, yeah, it’s fear,
    but I’m not born to run.
    It may be my last place and time,
    but this is where I draw the line.

    Hope you don’t mind if I add the Youtube link?

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  6. In this vast and lonely land
    where cancer’s bound my soul,
    music helps me take a stand,
    and this is how I roll:
    Dropkick Murphys’ “Hang ‘Em High”
    is singularly a blessing
    because I darn well refuse to die
    and hold what they’re professing.
    Cancer’s got advantage here,
    and I am sore outgunned;
    its fell companion, yeah, it’s fear,
    but I’m not born to run.
    It may be my last place and time,
    but this is where I draw the line.

    Hope you don’t mind if I add the Youtube link?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Martha DeMeo says:

    Something about hymns, they have so much meaning. One of my favorites is “Here I Am Lord”, another is “Be Not Afraid”

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Shubhra Rastogi says:

    great post

    Liked by 1 person

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