Got to interview the Christian band Sixteen Cities. Sixteen Cities is all about praising God with their music, and leading others in worshiping Him! Head over to Generation Arise to check out the the three-part interview!
Part 1 –
Learn about the band – how they got started, the meaning behind their name, and how they have seen God use their music to impact others!
This week’s memory verse from Called and Created’s Bible Reading and Memorization Plan is Psalm 100:1-2. These verses say to shout for joy to the Lord, worship Him with gladness, and come before Him with songs of joy.
Our God is a good God. He is the giver of every good and perfect gift in our lives (James 1:17). He sent His Son to save us. His grace is far greater than our mistakes (Romans 5:20). His love for us is unconditional.
Doesn’t all of this make you want to give thanks to Him? Worship is our response to God’s goodness, love, and grace. When we know who He is, and what He has done for us, it causes us to desire to praise Him!
Let’s shout for joy to the Lord, rejoicing in His amazing grace and unconditional love. Let’s worship Him with gladness, giving thanks for all He has done for us. Let’s come before Him with songs of joy, praising Him for who He is as our Heavenly Father!
Need a little bit of encouragement as you go about the rest of your week? Spend some time worshiping your Heavenly Father, refreshing yourself in His presence! Check out these ten worship song suggestions!
Oceans by Hillsong
At The Cross by Hillsong
Greatly To Be Praised by Fee
Holy Is The Lord by Chris Tomlin
Like An Avalanche by Hillsong United
Overcome by Jeremy Camp
Jesus Messiah by Chris Tomlin
Healer by Kari Job
Glory In The Highest by Chris Tomlin
How Great Is Our God by Chris Tomlin
Which of these worship songs is your favorite?
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Wednesday is “hump day” – the day we pass the midpoint of the typical five-day workweek, bringing thoughts of the weekend ahead. In need of a little encouragement as you finish off the week? Spend some time worshiping your Heavenly Father, refreshing yourself in His presence!
Here are ten worship song suggestions to choose from:
Everlasting God by Fellowship Church
No One Higher/The Stand by Fee
Amazing Grace/My Chains Are Gone by Chris Tomlin
Revelation Song by Kari Jobe
Your Great Name by Natalie Grant
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus by Hillsong
Mighty To Save by Hillsong
Shout Unto God by Hillsong United
Glorious Day by Casting Crowns
God Is Able by Hillsong Live
What is your favorite worship song? Which of the songs above do you like the best?