Speechless Sunday | Worship

I have been so eager to publish this post all day! Music has always been therapeutic for me and this morning was no exception. It’s no surprise that what my family and I are going through I cling to my faith, and Christian music is a big part of that walk [for me]. When I’m in the car (another therapeutic source!) I always have The Message (Sirius Radio) on and as I was driving back North from the Seatac airport I was blessed with one favorite song after the other. My eyes instantly welled up with tears, overwhelmed by the words, meaning, and joy in singing His praises all the way home.

Just Pray

For me, singing songs of praise is like praying and there is nothing like a powerful song that sling shots me to my knees. Vanessa, author of Her Heart Proclaims recently prompted her readers to share his or her favorite worship songs and ultimately inspired this Speechless Sunday post. 🙂 Yes, the day is nearly over — but I’m willing to bet these songs will make an impression on you that could last all week, if not longer.

I hope you enjoy some of my favorite songs right now! 🙂

* If you’re visiting this post for a second, third, or maybe even fourth time — you’ll notice I created a Playlist to save the bandwidth on this post (it was taking FOREVER to load!).

Here is a list of the songs (so far):

Casting Crowns – Praise You In This Storm, Natalie Grant – Your Great Name, Plumb – Need You Now (How Many Times), Matt Redman – 10,000 Reasons, Tenth Avenue North – Worn, Jeremy Camp – Give Me Jesus, Phillips, Craig & Dean – Great I Am, Chris Tomlin – I Lift My Hands, Big Daddy Weave – Redeemed, Josh Wilson – I Refuse, Switchfoot – Your Love Is A Song, The Afters – Every Good Thing, Chris Tomlin – Our God, Tree63 – Blessed Be Your Name, Tenth Avenue North – By Your Side, Newsboys – Devotion, Jeremy Riddle – More Than A Friend, Casting Crowns – Already There, Jeremy Camp – The Way.

Feel free to Subscribe to this playlist if you like my taste in music and you’ll be continually blessed as I add more music to it! 🙂

This is probably one of my FAVORITE posts ever — I have had so much fun selecting songs to share, and I’m looking forward to adding more.

I encourage you to share some of your favorites in a comment below, and perhaps it will make it on this on-going and growing playlist! 🙂


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4 thoughts on “Speechless Sunday | Worship

  1. Whoo hoo! I love love love this post!

    There are quite a few that I haven’t heard yet- you know Hawaii, always behind =) Can’t wait to listen to the ALL!

    PS- I was just telling the husband that “Our God is Greater” by Chris Tomlin reminds me of YOU.

    Thank you so much for being a blessing =)

    • I forget how behind Hawai’i can be — well, I created a playlist for all the songs I posted, so feel free to subscribe because I’ll be adding more!!

      AND I LOVE how Chris Tomlin’s song reminds you of ME! That’s so awesome!!! Blessing others truly is a blessing! 🙂

      ❤ you!

  2. Just love this post! Music is the medicine for the soul, especially Worship music to our Creator! Always Blessed and Worshipping in the car…can’t get to my knees, but can lift my hand and soul 🙂 Great Prayers in Music xooxox 🙂

  3. Several of these are favorites of mine as well! I always keep my radio on our local Christian station when I’m driving. My all-time favorite praise and worship song is still DC Talk-In the Light.

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