Featured in These Lists
If you are looking for fast worship songs to raise the energy level of your church, this is the list. These upbeat worship songs will inspire people to sing at the top of their lungs, raise their hands, clap, and maybe even ... dance! Download multitracks, choral arrangements, or other tempo arrangements to accompany your worship set.
As we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, we give thanks for and embrace the power of the Holy Spirit with the authority given through Christ. This is a list of chord charts, special arrangements, and orchestrations designed for your congregation as you declare and celebrate Pentecost or the theme of fire.
Revelation 19:6: And I heard, as it were, the voice of a great multitude, as the sound of many waters and as the sound of mighty thunderings, saying, "Alleluia! For the Lord God Omnipotent reigns! Download the songs and hymns on the theme of thunder.
We can be assured that Jesus is the light of the world. It is through His ministry on earth that we are promised the illumination of eternal life, a promise that shines over death and is undefeated by darkness. Nothing can overcome where the heavens shine boldly through because God intended for His touch of light to be good. Here is a list of songs focusing on light.
“In Christ alone, my hope is found, he is my light, my strength, my song.” These words from Keith Getty and Stuart Townsend echo deep theological truths. Yet often we need to be reminded of the hope we have, as it is easy to get distracted by daily activities, challenges, and hard times. Here is a list of songs that will encourage and offer assurance of the hope we have.
When we sing about God's grace and we believe the truth deep in our hearts, it affects our lives. We live with more compassion. We extend more mercy. We feel more empathy. This is why worship songs about grace and mercy are so important to the church. Every day and every week, through song and word, we must remind ourselves about the nature of God who is full of grace. What we receive from God, we extend to others. This is the full cycle of worship.