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10 Songs Coming To Grace

Here are 10 songs that we will be singing at Grace this year.

1) Psalm 62—By Stuart Townend

This song reminds us that God is our true delight and the one we find our comfort in through the hardest times in our life.

2) I Need You—By Jonathan Stockstill

The chorus in this song echoes Paul’s sermon to the Greeks in Acts 17, that, “In him we live and move and have our being.” It’s a song that shows us that our very being and life is strongly interwoven with our need for God; the one who sustains us (See. Acts 17 & Psalm 41).

3) Our Great God—By Fernando Ortega

This is simply a song that calls us to give glory to our great God.

4) It Is Finished—By Dustin Kensrue

This is a song that rejoices in the truth that “It Is Finished,” that Jesus has conquered sin and death. It invites us into the celebration of this wonderful truth.

5) The Lord Our God—By Kristian Stanfill

This is a song that reminds us of God’s faithfulness, steadfastness, and unchanging nature. The Lord is faithful to us. We are called to remember that and to give praise to Him for His faithfulness to us. (We will not sing the bridge)

6) Made Alive—Citizens & Saints

This song echoes Ephesians 2—that we have been made alive in Christ and saved by His grace. We will do this song a bit differently than the recording.

7) Here Is Love Vast As The Ocean—By Matt Redman

This is a modern adaption to a beautiful old hymn.

8) Grace Alone—By The Modern Post

Grace Alone calls us to remember that God sought us and saved us only through Grace. We have done nothing to earn His favor. This is a powerful truth on which our faith is built upon and this song allows us to proclaim this truth through song.

9) Almighty God—By All Sons & Daughters

This is a song that calls us into worship and to open our hearts to our Almighty God.

10) We Will Feast In The House Of Zion—By Sandra McCracken

This is a song that calls us to look forward to our ultimate hope: that one day we will feast in the house of the Lord and that our sorrows will be no more. It looks to the hope of Revelation 21—that one day God will dwell with us and wipe our tears. This is a beautiful way for us to sing about this wonderful hope and to worship God for what He has done for us.

Playlist: Here is a link to a playlist that allows you to listen and learn these songs:

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