March 20, 2023

Fave Tunes


Music is a wonderful edition to our lives. There are a plethora of Godly men & women who have wrote some amazing worship songs. I am using this page as a place to list some of my favorites (and will continue to update it when needed).

Currently, during the COVID-19 quarantine and several other things going on in my life, I have found myself being drawn to music which shows us, Christian Joy. All of these songs are played daily on my playlist, and they have such powerful words. Check them out! (You can click the youtube link. When possible, I’ve linked to the lyric video

NEW UPDATES 05/09/2020 “Borrow” Josh Wilson, “Just Be Held” Casting Crowns “Tell your heart to beat again” Danny Gokey

“Tell Your Heart to Beat Again” Danny Gokey Notable line: “Love’s healing hands have pulled you through, So get back up, take step one, Leave the darkness, feel the sun ‘Cause your story’s far from over, And your journey’s just begun”

“Just be Held” Casting Crowns. Notable line: “So when you’re on your knees and answers seem so far away, You’re not alone, stop holding on and just be held, Your world’s not falling apart, it’s falling into place, I’m on the throne, stop holding on and just be held”

“Borrow” Josh Wilson. Notable line: “Don’t borrow no trouble from tomorrow, you’ll only double your sorrow, you’ll only worry your mind”.

“Smile” Sidewalk Prophets. Notable Line: “There’s always a reason to always choose Joy, there’s something deeper that the world can’t destroy. Smile when you think you can’t, Smile get up and dance, Smile there’s a bigger plan”

“Before the Morning” Josh Wilson. Notable Line: “Would you dare, would you dare to believe that you still have a reason to sing, because the pain that you’ve been feeling can’t compare to the joy that’s coming.”

“OK” Josh Wilson. Notable Line: “Shame says you have to hide away, but Shame is shattered by Amazing Grace, so come just as you are. Bring your broken heart, your secrets, and your scars- you were never meant to carry all this weight, let your walls come down, and let the tears fall out and know that Jesus loves you just the same. It’s OK not to be okay.”