Worship Songs about the Kingdom of God
About This List
Jesus taught about how we could enter the Kingdom of God, His miracles proved the power of the Kingdom of God, and He taught about the truth of the Kingdom of God. With His incarnation, Jesus instituted the Kingdom of God here and now, and also promised the Kingdom of God yet to come. Here are songs celebrating our hope because of the Kingdom of God.
Songs like How Firm a Foundation, Ancient Words and Every Promise Of Your Word remind us that meditating on the truths of the scripture firmly ground us and help us to live out the gospel in our daily lives. The songs in this list talk about the Bible and demonstrate our gratefulness for and our need and reliance on His Word.
Truth of the Word, truth of our faith, and Truth embodied in Jesus. He is the Way, the Truth and the Life. Jesus also said that the Word of God is truth. John 18 tells us that Jesus was born to bear witness to the truth. And the gospels record Jesus' words that though heaven and earth will pass away, God's truth never will. Here is a compilation of songs that focus on truth.
The Bible tells us to sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs - and why wouldn't we since it is His Word. Singing scripture helps us mediate on it and memorize it, bringing us into deeper relationship with our Heavenly Father. The psalms are authentic in their worship, as we see the writers celebrate the faithfulness love of God and still also struggle with real life issues of their day. Here are songs based on the Psalms.
Galatians 4 lays out a gospel understanding of our adoption in that God sent His son, born under the law, so that we who were under the law could be redeemed and have adoption as sons and daughters of the King. A price was paid, a debt was satisfied. This God did through the life, death, and resurrection of his Son Jesus Christ. Now, we have been made members of God's family with all the rights and responsibilities that go with that status. Here is a list complied of songs that speak of or about adoption.