Favourite Christian Music

Make a joyful noise!

I was fortunate enough to grow up in a house where we were exposed to many different types of music from Irish Celtic to Reggae.  I LOVE music.  On occasion I like to listen to some secular music but the majority of the time I choose to listen to Christian music.  I still enjoy the old hymns very much but am grateful for a lot of the new worship music available.

I hope to add to my list as I discover new songs  (and singers/bands) but here are a few songs  I happen to love!

HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD (CHRIS TOMLIN, JESSE REEVES & ED CASH)

COME AWAY  ( JESUS CULTURE) **too many beautiful worship songs on this CD to list them all!

YOU NEVER LET GO (MATT REDMAN)

DAYS OF ELIJAH (ROBIN MARK)

SHOW ME YOUR GLORY (THIRD DAY)

GOD OF WONDERS (THIRD DAY)

CRY OUT TO JESUS (THIRD DAY)

MOUNTAIN OF GOD (THIRD DAY)

AGNUS DEI (MICHAEL SMITH)

BETTER IS ONE DAY (MATT REDMAN)

AS THE DEER (MARTIN NYSTROM)

WORTHY IS THE LAMB  (DARLENE ZSCHECH)

10,000 REASONS (MATT REDMAN)

JESUS MESSIAH (CHRIS TOMLIN)

JESUS CULTURE (EMERGING VOICES) CD **too many great songs to list them individually!

NEVER ONCE (MATT REDMAN)

LIVE FROM NEW YORK JESUS CULTURE 2 CD’S **so many beautiful worship song!

STILL BELIEVE (KIM WALKER SMITH) CD  **the entire CD is wonderful

MIRACLE (THIRD DAY)

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  1. Just got introduced to Matt Redman this weekend at the Joyce Meyer’s conference….but I LOVE Darlene Zschech!!!! Especially her new collaboration with Israel Houghton called Revealing Jesus.

    Nice to ‘meet’ you 😉
    Blessings
    JC

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