Praise & Worship Show Playlist
August 05, 2012
6:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Shadows” by David Crower Band, Lecrae from “Passion: Here For You”
“Holy” by Matt Gilman from “Holy”
“Like An Avalanche” by Hillsong United from “Aftermath”
“My Soul Longs” by Jesus Culture, Kim Walker-Smith from “Come Away”
“We Still Believe” by Kathryn Scott from “We Still Believe”
“Be Still My Soul” by Leigh Nash from “Hymns And Sacred Songs”
“Come On My Soul” by Rend Collective Experiment from “Organic Family Hymnal”
“Taste Of Eternity” by Bellarive from “The Heartbeat”
“All My Fountains” by Chris Tomlin from “Passion: Here For You”
“Shekinah” by Cory Asbury, Jaye Thomas from “Joy (LIVE)”
“Ecclesiastes” by Tim Hughes from “Love Shine Through”
“Your Love Is Extravagant” by The Almost from “No Gift To Bring EP”
7:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“God Of Wonders” by The Glorious Unseen from “The Cries Of The Broken EP”
“Be Thou My Vision” by Brad & Rebekah from “The Things Of God”
“Grace That Is Greater” by Building 429 from “Iris To Iris”
“Be Lifted High” by Bethel Live from “Be Lifted High”
“All Praise To You” by All Sons & Daughters from “Season One”
“Love Song” by Jason Morant from “Abandon”
“Wonderful God” by Hillsong from “God He Reigns”
“Hosanna” by Christy Nockels from “Passion: God Of This City”
“Hallelujah Jesus” by Evan Wickham from “Mysterious Things”
“Never Lose The Wonder” by Tim Hughes from “Mysterious Things”
“Shine On Us” by Phillips, Craig & Dean from “My Utmost For His Highest”
“Fling Wide” by Misty Edwards from “Fling Wide”
8:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Better Is One Day” by Charlie Hall from “Better Is One Day”
“Psalm 118 (This Is The Day)” by Shane & Shane from “Psalms”
“Always” by Kristian Stanfill from “Passion: Here For You”
“All Glory” by Tim Hughes from “Love Shine Through”
“Take Heart” by Hillsong United from “Aftermath”
“10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” by Matt Redman from “10,000 Reasons”
“Great I Am” by Jared Anderson, New Life Worship from “You Hold It All”
“Come And Let Your Presence” by The Merchant Band from “The World Can Wait”
“Everything I Need” by Ross Wright Band from “Light Of Your Grace”
“Alive” by All Sons & Daughters from “Season One”
“Nothing But The Blood” by Andy Cherry from “Nothing Left To Fear”
“God You’re Beautiful” by Brian Johnson from “Love Came Down”
9:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Lead Me To The Cross” by Francesca Battistelli from “Artists In Adoration”
“The Purest Place” by Watermark from “A Grateful People”
“At The Feet Of Jesus” by The Swift from “Singing Back To You”
“At Your Name (Forever)” by Tim Hughes from “Love Shine Through”
“Awakening” by Hillsong United from “Aftermath”
“Our God” by Chris Tomlin from “Passion: Awakening”
“Center (with Turn Your Eyes)” by Charlie Hall from “Passion: Everything Glorious”
“More Than Amazing” by Lincoln Brewster from “Real Life”
“I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever” by Delirious from “The Cutting Edge”
“The Stand” by Hillsong United from “United We Stand”
“Forever Reign” by Kristian Stanfill from “Passion: Here For You”
“Beautiful” by Ross Parsley from “I Am Free”
FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! August 3, 4 and 5, 2012
5) Community Fun Day at Immanuel Church in Mechanicsburg tomorrow (Sat. Aug. 4th) from 10am-2pm. Classic Cars, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Bounce House, Slide, Games, Kids Crafts, Games, and more!!! More info: 717-766-4633
4) Dunkard Valley Live – Christian Music Festival for all ages tomorrow and Sunday (Aug. 4th & 5th) at Codorus Church of the Brethren Ballfield, Dallastown. Craft Tables. Kids Tent. Prayer Tent. Various Bands & Speakers.
More info: dunkardvalleylive.com
3)Cavod Academy’s Open House tomorrow (Sat. Aug. 4th) from 11am-3pm, East Main St. New Holland. Bounce House, Face Painting, Food, WJTL Broadcasting live noon to 2pm. More info: cavodacademy.com
2) Missions Fest Lancaster and Smoketown Aviation Fair at Smoketown Airport today thru Sunday (Aug 3-5) Special Speakers, Exhibits, Flight Demonstrations, Kids area. More info: missionsfestlancaster.org
1) Teen Haven In the City – tomorrow (Saturday, Aug 4) 9am-5pm at Water Street Ministries, Queen Street, Lancaster. Chances to win and request songs. Moonbounce, Firetrucks, Contests, Facepainting, KCB Broadcasting Live, Lisa will play Olympic themed games, Richie Righteous & PHREDD Concert. More Info: kidscookiebreak.com
Radio Friend Phil – Greetings! It’s time for this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup: New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL. New projects available now: The Choir, “The Loudest Sound Ever Heard,” “The Heartbeat,” from Bellarive, and “Revival,” by the Neverclaim. The Neverclaim is a new band that I highly recommend that you check out! They are a Portland, Oregon-based band that began five years ago by lead singer and guitarist Jeremiah Carlson. Carlson was seeking an outlet for the worship songs he had been writing as the youth pastor at Vancouver Vineyard; he has been serving as Northwest Youth Task Force leader for the Vineyard Movement. He assembled a band and began touring around the Northwest, opening for Kutless and Third Day, among others. Jeremiah Carlson says, “I’ve always looked up to the Vineyard Music team because of the influence they have on worship music within the Church body. We’ve developed an eclectic musical style that seems to separate us from any other worship circles we’d experienced.” For more on The Neverclaim, and to preview their music, go to http://www.theneverclaim.com/
JOHN SHIRK – From I Corinthians 9:25 through 27.
The Apostle Paul wrote, “Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last; but we do it to get a crown that will last forever. Therefore, I do not run like a man running aimlessly; I do not fight like a man beating the air. No, I beat my body and make it my slave so that after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified for the prize.”
As we watch the Olympic games this summer, we see athletes who have prepared most of their lives for this moment. They have worked and trained hard to see their dream come true. They have personal ambitions, and they also want to represent their nation with dignity. They have made personal sacrifices to compete in the games. The Apostle Paul says that we can learn from the dedication and discipline of these athletes and apply those qualities to our service for Christ. The gold medal is a temporary prize, but the rewards for faithful service in Christ are eternal. Heavenly rewards give us purpose and a sense of mission to live for Christ with pure devotion. The Bible is a dependable training manual to prepare us for effective service that brings honor to Jesus.
Dedication and Discipline are vital signs of a changed life in the Year of Transformation.
JOHN SHIRK – From Romans 8:5.
“Those who live according to the sinful nature have their minds set on what that nature desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires.”
Our minds have a way of focusing on the desires of our leader, whether that be our sinful nature or the Spirit. Galatians 5 likens these two opposing forces to a tug of war. They are constantly working against each other, and if our heart is torn by divided loyalties, we will remain unsettled until we make an intentional commitment to serve the Lord. The Bible teaches that the mind of sinful man is death and is hostile to God. It does not submit to God’s law, and cannot please God. On the other hand, the mind controlled by the Spirit is life and peace. The mind controlled by the Spirit is empowered to put to death the misdeeds of the body. In Galatians 5:16, the Apostle Paul said, “So I say, live by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the sinful nature.”
We can live by the Spirit through faith in Christ and obedience to His Word as an expression of our love to Him.
Having our minds set on Christ is a vital sign of a changed life in the Year of Transformation.
FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!!
5) Bruce Fite in concert, tomorrow (Sat July 287) 1:30pm, (event begins at 11am) at Kreider’s Market, in Kirkwood. There will be a moon bounce and other fun activities. More info: 717-529-6944
4) Weaver Believer Survival Revival will be in concert tomorrow (Sat, July 28) at 7pm, the band will follow its roots from Georgia back to Lancaster County to perform a unique mixture of blue-grass, southern gospel, and country music at Faith United Methodist Church in Lititz. Weather permitting, the concert will be on the church lawn. Rain venue will be the Faith Church sanctuary. A free-will offering will be taken. More info: 717-560-0321
3) Petra Christian Fellowship Third Annual Cruise In, tomorrow (Sat, July 28) 1-6pm Airport Rd, New Holland. Admission is free, and all cars and motorcycles are welcome; no registration is required. Enjoy music, door prizes, and hundreds of cool vehicles. More info: petrafel.org
2) Takin it to the Streets – tomorrow (Sat July 28) From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Piano players ranging from local teachers to national performers will offer free “mini” lessons at all 11 Keys for the City pianos in downtown Lancaster.
1) Schreiber Pediatrics Rubber Duckie Race on Sun. July 29th at Lancaster County Central Park. Rain or Shine. Festival at 2PM and Race at 5PM. Food, Pony Rides, Games, Clowns, Face Painting and 25,000 Rubber Ducks!
More Info: schreiberpediatric.org
Greetings! It’s time for this week’s New Tunes at 9 Roundup: New Tunes at 9, one-hour of new and emerging music, weeknights at 9 p.m. on WJTL. Singer-songwriter Mark Schultz’s new project, “All Things Possible,” releases September 4. Mark stopped by the Junction Center this week for a live mini-concert. Mark was warm, enthusiastic and entertaining as he performed some of his biggest hits and enduring songs for WJTL listeners. To date, those songs have included, among others, “You Are A Child of Mine,” “I Am The Way” and “He’s My Son.” Mark Schultz is a native of Colby, Kansas, heavily influenced by singer-songwriter Billy Joel. Like Billy Joel, Mark Schultz is an extremely gifted piano player and songwriter. Not only is Mark a talented musician, he’s also a strong cyclist. In 2007, Schultz began bicycling from California to Maine planning to stop along the way to perform concerts and participate in special events. Official Mark Across America Website. His “Mark Across America” tour ended on July 8, 2007 in Bangor, Maine. According to Mark Schultz, his inspiration to make this 3,500-mile trek came from a visit he and his wife Kate made to orphanages in Mexico. The purpose of the trip was to meet the needs of orphans and widows in distress. For more on Mark Schultz, go http://markschultzmusic.com/?continue=1 You’ll find details on the “Letters From War” hardcover book (inspired by Mark’s original hit song of the same name), and much more.
Radio Friend Phil – Greetings! Please take the new RadioTraks Music Survey! Everyone who rates the songs qualifies to win free music from WJTL, including “The Hurt and The Healer,” by MercyMe (courtesy of Fair Trade Services). http://wjtl.com/musics/radiotraks/
Happy Winning Wednesday! Since we are celebrating “Christmas in July” on this Winning Wednesday, I thought that it would be appropriate to share some new Christmas music! (Brand New!) I Love Christmas music, but New Christmas music – even better! If you were at the “Called To Love Tour” concert on Nov. 4th then you got to see Jason Gray. That was the first time that I got to see him and just loved him and his music. He is such a genuine and gentle person and his music is great too! This song is called “Easier – Song of the Wiseman” and is written by Jason Gray and Joel Hanson (from PFR). Enjoy & Merry Christmas in July!
Ann D’Alessandro – Jason Gray Fan & Lover of Christmas Music
JOHN SHIRK – from First Peter 3, verses 15 and 16.
“In your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.”
Some key ingredients to being an authentic, effective witness for Jesus are found in these few words.
By setting apart Christ as Lord, we have a firm conviction in where our faith is planted. The Apostle Paul said, “I know whom I have believed, and am convinced that he is able to guard what I have entrusted to him for that day.”
Being prepared to give an answer for our hope does not suggest that we have all the answers to the problems of the world. But this statement does challenge us to know why we believe in Jesus. Reading and applying God’s Word is an important step to being ready to share the hope of being a Christian.
Doing this with gentleness and respect indicates that our attitude is in the right place. God’s love teaches us to have sincere concern for unbelievers, and to be patient with them in the process of representing Jesus to them.
Being a bold and respectful witness for Jesus is a vital sign of a changed life in the Year of Transformation.