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Gifted Response

Verse 1 This is a gifted response Father, we cannot come to You by our own merit We will come in the name of Your Son As He glorifies You and in the power of Your Spirit Pre-Chorus We have come to something so mysterious Too deep for minds to comprehend Through the open door where the angels sing…

Writer(s):  Matt Redman

3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders

…to worship. We sing songs of sacrifice and surrender, songs that celebrate God’s work throughout history, songs that tell the sweet story of the life of Jesus but they’re just words, just songs, just sounds filling the room if they’re not being poured at as a response to the greatest sacrifice,…

Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…chorus song structure doesn't work. 3. Do you need a song that says something really specific? With the abundance of worship songs available to us, it's still hard to find songs that deal with really specific issues. I was leading at a marriage retreat weekend once and I began looking for a song on…

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Closer Than You Know - UNITED

…you know Response Lord I hear You, I know You're there Closer now than my skin and bones could dare Breathing deep within me, You are always with me I can see You where eyes can't stare, brighter now than the sun could ever dare Breathing all around me, God I know You're with me here Response Lord I…

Writer(s):  Matt Crocker, Joel Houston, Michael Guy Chislett

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Choose

…And give over this, my journey Lord I see nothing but Your face Verse 3 Let me know that You have loved me first Let me know the weight of my response For You have long pursued my wandering heart I choose to glory in Your cross I will choose to glory in Your cross Bridge And I bow down... Humbly,…

Writer(s):  Christy Nockels

Seven Free Songs from Jesus Culture, United Pursuit, Passion & More

In response to Worship Together 2016, we are giving away 7 FREE lead sheets and New Song Cafes from some of our leading artists/speakers at the event! We are excited to share these resources with you and hope to see you in February! FREE song resources for:  Alleluia Show Me Your Glory Through and…

Song Devotional | "Forgiven" by Crowder

…allowing us to bask in the liberty a relationship with Christ provides. Forgiveness is such an extravagant gift. However, it comes with great responsibility. If we seek the Father’s forgiveness, He always promises to forgive His children, but He also expects us to be just as quick to forgive.…

Are You Starting a Band or Building a Worship Team?

…pick songs that make them sound good. Worship teams pick songs that the church needs to sing. * A band always works toward the better gig. A worship team serves faithfully every week regardless of attendance. * Bands pick songs that they know will get a response. Worship teams pick songs that…

A Call To Prayer This Sunday

…holiness.   KYRIE ELEISON Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher, and Matt Redman rewrote the ancient prayer, Kyrie Eleison (which means "Lord Have Mercy"), in response to the unrest and uncertainty of today. This historical phrase is the first part and simplest form of the 5th century Jesus Prayer. The ancient…

Should I Be Writing Songs For My Church?

…chorus song structure doesn’t work. 3. Do you need a song that says something really specific? With the abundance of worship songs available to us, it’s still hard to find songs that deal with really specific issues. I was leading at a marriage retreat weekend once and I began looking for a song on…

5 Questions for Bellarive's Sean Curran

…God through song in one of the most sacred and integral parts of my relationship with Him. For me, songs are prayers. These prayers help me process, and they help me hear God more clearly. On a more general level, I am just so moved by the idea that we can write and sing songs to God. Not just…

When You're Out of the Picture

…team and let them know what kind of experience we are trying to create and if we are going to be calling for a certain response. They begin to see why I’ve chosen certain songs or how I’ve laid the service out to achieve this. * Co-lead with them. When I’m developing a new worship leader, I schedule…

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