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Praise & Worship Show Playlist: God Is Faithful!

July 3rd, 2011

KRISTI LEIGH — I believe that our worship comes alive in and around times of trouble.  It’s challenging to sing through the tears and trials, but that’s when we can choose to sing with all our heart how good and faithful God is and really mean it with reminders all around us.  Today’s Praise & Worship Show playlist is full of songs of God’s faithfulness and full of the truth that God redeems and restores.  Whether you’ve gotten to the point of victory, or are headed into a storm: be encouraged as you worship in spirit and in truth!

Kristi Leigh — WJTL DJ
Kristi@WJTL.com

 

Praise & Worship Show Playlist

May 29, 2011 (Rebroadcast on July 3, 2011)

~Theme: God is Faithful to Redeem & Restore!~

7:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Mercies” by Israel Houghton from “Love God. Love People.”
“Psalm 126″ by Charlie Hall from “Passion: Our Love Is Loud”
“This I Know” by New Life Worship, Jon Egan from “You Hold It All”
“King Of This World” by Gateway Worship from “The More I Seek You”
“We Need Restoration” by Sean Feucht from “Rebirth & Reclamation”
7:30 a.m.
“I Will Trust You” by Steven Curtis Chapman from “Beauty Will Rise”
“Whole World In His Hands” by Matt Redman from “Passion: How Great Is Our God”
“All Things New” by Brett Younker from “The New Has Come”
“So Good To Me” by Cory Asbury from “Holy”
“I Have To Believe” by Rita Springer from “I Have To Believe”
“Your Love Never Fails” by Jesus Culture from “Your Love Never Fails”
8:00 a.m. — Legal I.D. with Translator Tag
“Dry Bones” by Gungor from “Beautiful Things”
“Dry Bones” by Jon Egan, New Life Worship from  ”You Hold It All”
“Trading My Sorrows” by Darrell Evans from “Freedom”
“Grace Like Rain” by Todd Agnew from “Grace Like Rain”
“King Of Heaven” by Charlie Hall from “Passion: Awakening”
8:30 a.m.
“Jesus Saves” by Tim Hughes from “Happy Day”
“You Hold My World” by Israel Houghton from “Love God. Love People”
“All Things New” by Sean Feucht from “Rebirth and Reclamation”
“Beauty For Ashes” by Anthony Skinner from “Forever & A Day”
“Forty” by Lamont Hiebert, Jason Morant from “Worship Project P40.3″
“Thrill” by Charlie Hall from “The Bright Sadness”
“Beauty For Ashes” by Shane & Shane from “Carry Away”
9:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.
“Pleasing” by Glenn Packiam from “Worship Project P40.3″
“Praise The Lord” by Kristene Mueller from “Those Who Dream”
“Faithful” by Brooke Fraser from “Albertine”
“Faithful” by Rend Collective Experiment from “Organic Family Hymnal”
“Faithful” by Sisterbrother from “Sisterbrother”
“Songs Of The Redeemed” by Charlie Hall from “Flying Into Daybreak”
9:30 a.m.
“Beauty Will Rise” by Steven Curtis Chapman from “Beauty Will RIse”
“Restoration” by David Brymer from “Unceasing”
“Joyful (The One Who Saves)” by Brenton Brown from “Joyful”
“Glory To The King” by Anthony Evans from “The Bridge”
“New Creation” by Brett Younker from “The New Has Come”
“Desert Song” by Hillsong from “This Is Our God”

 




  1. Terry Bingaman Sr
    July 3rd, 2011 at 22:41 | #1

    Yes he is Faithful. Enjoyed the Praise & Worship Show Playlist as always. It starts my Sunday morning off great and to go from hearing that to Sunday School. The theme of Him being Faithful fits well with this being the Independence Holiday, What our country needs to believe and know.
    Thank You Kristi always enjoy it Sunday mornings.

  2. Nicole A.
    July 6th, 2011 at 14:37 | #2

    That is very true. Whenever I am down and depressed I put the radio on or put a cd on. Just listening to the upbeat songs makes you feel better and forget why you were upset. It brings you a sense of peace, knowing that God is there through everything. I find myself always listening to Christian music! Really great blog, Kristi!

  3. Janel
    July 6th, 2011 at 22:04 | #3

    Thanks for posting this playlist. I’ve been looking for some new songs to praise to and this really helped! Another great one is Blessings by Laura Story. WJTL played it one day when I was on my way to my job and realized I hadn’t gotten gas and was nearly out. I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to make it to the gas station because I lived 20 miles from the closet one. I was really upset but when I heard in the song “We doubt your goodness..” I felt like God was trying to tell me I doubted Him. I doubted his goodness that he would get me to the gas station without running out. Its kind of silly but even in small things we doubt Him.

  4. Brieanna
    July 10th, 2011 at 22:17 | #4

    So true! The troubled times are always where I feel closest to God, and music sure brings it out for me. In August of last year, my great-grandmother had a major stroke, a month later passing on to her eternal life in heaven with the Lord Jesus Christ. During the time where she was ailing, I sort of shut everyone and everything out. I had turned to writing songs, which was for me like crying. And through writing these songs, I lost the wall of hurt I had built up. God used music in different, and miraculous ways to heal my broken heart.
    Worship is more than a song, truly :)

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