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Praise & Worship Show Playlist (March 11) “Psalms, Hymns & Spiritual Songs Theme”!

March 11th, 2012

KRISTI LEIGH — This show’s theme is rooted in Ephesians 5:18B-20, which says: “Be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Be blessed as you open up your heart and mouth and sing to our God!

Kristi Leigh, WJTL DJ


Praise & Worship Show Playlist

March 11, 2012

~Theme: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs!~

6:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.

“Psalm 118 (This Is The Day)” by Shane & Shane from “Psalms”

“A Mighty Fortress” by Chris Rice from “Peace Like A River”

“Amazing Grace/Jesus Loves Me” by Paul Colman from “Bridges”

“You Will Never Change (Psalm 30)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Stand To Praise (Psalm 117)” by Aaron Shust from “Anything Worth Saying”

“Psalm 95” by Matt Papa from “You Are Good”

“I Need Thee” by Jadon Lavik from “Roots Run Deep”

“Create In Me (Psalm 51)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”


6:30 a.m.

“My Hope Is You (Psalm 25)” by Third Day from “Conspiracy No. 5”

“All Creatures” by David Crowder Band from “Illuminate”

“Holy Holy Holy” by Steven Curtis Chapman from “WOW Hymns”

“Psalm 23” by Matt Papa from “You Are Good”

“Psalm 103” by Zach Jones from “Fuse”

“Psalm 117” by Seven Places from “Glowing”

“Psalm 145” by Shane & Shane from “Psalms”


7:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.

“Greater Than We Can Imagine (Psalm 145)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Revive Me (Psalm 119)” by Jeremy Camp from “Carried Me”

“Psam 91” by Sonicflood from “A Heart Like Yours”

“King Of Glory (Psalm 24)” by Third Day from “Offerings”

“Better Is One Day” by Charlie Hall from “Better Is One Day”

“In Christ Alone” by Bethany Dillon, Matt Hammit from “In Christ Alone”


7:30 a.m.

“Psalm 27” by Telecast from “The Beauty Of Simplicity”

“Psalm 62” by Shane & Shane from “Pages”

“Amazing Love” by Bebo Norman from “WOW Worship Red”

“I Need Thee Every Hour” by Jars Of Clay from “Redemption Songs”

“The Lord Is (Psalm 23)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Come Close (Psalm 69)” by Building 429 from “The Message: Psalms”

“My Father’s World” by Jadon Lavik from “Roots Run Deep”


8:00 a.m. — Legal I.D. with Translator Tag

“Great Is Thy Faithfulness” by Israel Houghton from “WOW Hymns”

“Psalm 126 (You Have Done Great Things)” by Charlie Hall from “Passion: Our Love Is Loud”

“Jesus Paid It All” by Kristian Stanfill from “Passion: Everything Glorious”

“The Whole Earth (Psalm 19, 72)” by Ross Parsley from “I Am Free”

“Love That Will Not Let Me Go” by Scott Wesley Brown from “The Old Hymns Made New”

“Those Who Trust (Psalm 125)” by Waterdeep from “You Are So Good To Me”

“It Is Well With My Soul” by Jars Of Clay from “Redemption Songs”


8:30 a.m.

“Joyful, Joyful” by Laura Hackett from “Joy (LIVE)”

“Praise The Lord (Psalm 150)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“How Faithful You Are (Psalm 89)” by Phillip LaRue from “The Message: Psalms”

“Doxology” by Nichole Nordeman from “Woven & Spun”

“Create In Me A Clean Heart (Psalm 51)” by Martin Smith from “Your Love Broke Through”

“God Is Our Refuge (Psalm 46)”by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Psalm 112” by 4HIM from “Walk On”

“Great Are You (Psalm 8, 18)” by Downhere from “Downhere”


9:00 a.m. — Legal I.D.

Taste & See (Psalm 34)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“God Be Merciful To Me (Psalm 51)” by Derek Webb from “Please Don’t Make Us Sing This Song”

“Let The Name Of God Be High (Psalm 113)” by Shane & Shane from “Psalms”

“Softly & Tenderly” by Sara Groves from “Amazing Grace”

“Salvation” by Shawn McDonald from “The Message: Psalms”

“Blessed Is The One (Psalm 32)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Praise To The Lord, The Almighty” by Christy Nockels from “Passion: Hymns, Ancient & Modern”


9:30 a.m.

“Great Is The Lord (Psalm 48)” by Promise Keepers from “Promise Keepers”

“Your Love Oh Lord (Psalm 36)” by Third Day from “Offerings”

“Let Everything That Has Breath (Psalm 150)” by Phillips, Craig & Dean from “Let My Words Be Few”

“Out Of The Depths (Psalm 130)” by Sovereign Grace Music from “Psalms”

“Come Thou Fount” by David Crowder from “All I Can Say”

“Power In The Blood” by Bart Millard from “Hymned”

  1. Michelle Ruby
    March 11th, 2012 at 13:44 | #1

    Hi Kristi =)

    You do such a great job with the songs you play for Praise & Worship on Sunday mornings! I love listening and worshiping in the car on the way to church =D

    I was wondering if you could email me the playlist of songs you featured for the Praise & Worship s songs Sunday morning for Valentine’s Day? I wanted to get online to see the playlist in time, but I didn’t get to it. I’m especially interested because I’m gonna be getting Married, and I’d like to see that playlist for inspiration for songs to play at my Wedding. I was also wondering if you recommend any other “Christian Love Songs” to play at a Wedding? Thank you sooo much! Keep up the great work =)

    God Bless 0:-)

    Michelle Ruby

  2. kristi
    March 12th, 2012 at 10:55 | #2

    Thank you so much, Michelle! I just emailed you! 🙂

  3. Paul Smeltzer
    March 14th, 2012 at 19:29 | #3

    I have just really been blessed by the song Great Are You by Downhere and I never would have heard if it wasn’t for the praise and worship show. It has ministered to my heart so many times this week . Thank You

  4. Jim DiLouie
    March 14th, 2012 at 19:30 | #4

    Thank you for being such a blessing and playing worship music on Sunday mornings!
    I know that you were at IHOP in Kansas City a few years back. Are there churches that you know of in the Lancaster area that have the same mindset of prayer and praise to the Lord?
    The Lord Jesus encourage and strengthen you and keep you singing! 🙂

  5. kristi
    March 15th, 2012 at 11:57 | #5

    That’s great, Paul! I’m very glad to know that it made a connection. It’s such a great song! Thanks for listening to WJTL!

  6. kristi
    March 15th, 2012 at 12:01 | #6

    Hi Jim! There are some great churches around here that do have that prayer/praise mindset. I’m sure I don’t know of all of them, but Gateway in Ephrata (24/7 Worship & Prayer Center), City Gate in Lancaster City and Life Center in Harrisburg come to mind as having active prayer/praise cultures like IHOP! 🙂 Kristi

  7. Deanna Flaud
    March 15th, 2012 at 13:51 | #7

    Hi Kristi~
    As everyone else said I too enjoy your worship and praise songs on Sundays. While on my way to church it is a blessing and gets my mind on track for leading worship at our church each week. Thanks! I also have a favor to ask you if possible. I am looking for a great song to sing at my parents 50th wedding anniversary. I want to incorporate into the song; love, memories, faithfulness and of course Christ and his love. Some of the people attending don’t know the Lord so my mom and I both want to share Jesus! My mom doesn’t know I’m singing. It’s a surprise my Dad asked me to do. I also want to bless him. He is currently on chemo and just hanging in there but, doesn’t always rely on the Lord like he should. Maybe even two songs would be good. Could you recommend some songs? I have always loved Twila Paris (named my daughter after her). Love Darlene C. (not sure how to spell it) and Laura Story to name a few. I can sing in this range. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Keep doing what you do. It truly is a blessing!
    Thank you,

  8. Fred McGinnis
    March 15th, 2012 at 15:14 | #8

    Hi Kristi,
    We really enjoy all the wonderful worship music you play on Sunday mornings. What a great way to start off the day! And even though we love all the contemporary worship music out there,there’s just something special about many of the old hymns that we hear too. We are so blessed,by the music AND by all of you at WJTL!

    God Bless,

  9. kristi
    March 15th, 2012 at 15:53 | #9

    Thanks so much, Fred! And I agree and love hearing those old hymns!!!

  10. Marc Daniel Rivera
    March 16th, 2012 at 00:21 | #10

    I really really love that Hymns of Praise!

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