Songs About Revelations

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The River (Come On Down) - Hillary Scott

…every scar let the waters wash away No matter who you were before You belong to Christ today REFRAIN As I went down to the river to pray studying about that good ol’ way And who shall wear the robe and crown; good Lord show me the way O sister let’s go down, let’s go down, come on down O sister…

Writer(s):  Josh Silverberg, Jordan Feliz

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Moment Of Glory

…life In this moment of glory Verse 2 There’s something radical about this revelation There’s something magical about the cloud formations I see Your glory in this place I feel the mystery of Your grace There’s something wonderful about this transformation Ending Just like the stars shining at night…

Writer(s):  Marc Byrd, Pete Kipley, Rustin Smith

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Heaven's Roar

…Verse (RAP) Your people sing Nothing compares nothing compares Nothing compares nothing compares to You now We will sing about Your name 'cause Your worthy We will sing about Your name 'cause Your King I know that heaven I know that the church will roar I know that heaven I know that the church will…

Writer(s):  Tim Hughes

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Mission's Flame

…ev'ry heart But until the fullness Of Your kingdom comes Until that final revelation dawns Send us out Verse Let worship be the fuel for mission's flame We're going with a passion for Your name We're going for we care about Your praise Send us out Verse 2 Let worship be the heart of mission's aim To…

Writer(s):  Matt Redman

5 Questions for Bellarive's Sean Curran

…ability of reveling Himself the most in those moments of vulnerability. In those moments, it’s not about hiding from reality or keeping up the façade, it’s about recognizing your position towards God and surrendering to Him. In those moments, you really mean what you say. We pray these songs are…

3 Dangerous Assumptions for Worship Leaders

…front of our congregation, pointing them to Jesus, using songs and scriptures to stir their hearts and emotions and then encourage them to sing as worship to the Lord. But that responsibility and call to leadership is about Jesus, not about me. The reason the church has done just fine without you…