Music Is Powerful
Music can change our mood and set the tone for the entire day. It speaks to our souls. When combined with thoughts from Scripture, music can help us grow in our relationship with God, find healing from difficult emotions, and increase our joy in the journey.
These songs have been meaningful to me at one time or another. I hope you will find them encouraging.
- “In the eye of the storm“, Written and recorded by Ryan Stevenson after he lost his dad to cancer and his twins to miscarriage.
- “I Will Fear No More“, written and recorded by the Afters. “Even though I’m in the storm, the storm is not in me.”
- “What God has promised“. This is an old song that my mother used to sing, written in 1902 by Annie Johnson Flint. This is an updated version.
- “In Christ Alone“, by Kristian Stanfill. “In Christ alone, my hope is found.”
- “Shoulders” by For King and Country. “My help comes from you (God).”
- “Who Am I?” by Casting Crowns. “You hear me when I’m calling, Lord you catch me when I’m falling and you tell me who I am . . . I am yours. “
- “I Will Trust In You” by Lauren Daigle. “No matter what I face you’re by my side.”
- “Give Me Jesus” by Jeremy Camp. “In the morning when I rise, give me Jesus.”
- “Do it again“, by Elevation Worship. “Your promise still stands. Great is your faithfulness. . . You made a way, when there was no way, and I believe I’ll see you do it again.”
- “Always“, by Kristian Stanfill. “We don’t have to fear the war, our help is on the way”.
- “God Of All My Days“, by Casting Crowns. “I came to you with my heart in pieces and found the God with healing in his hands. . . ”
- “Almost Home“, by Mercy Me. “Are you disappointed, are you desperate for help?. . . We are almost home. Soon our burdens will be gone.”