Posts Tagged ‘Pentecost’

Praise & Worship Playlist

May 23rd, 2021 No comments

Good morning! It’s Pentecost Sunday, so I have a themed Praise & Worship playlist for you filled with declarations, prayers, invitations and praises.

Here’s a Spotify highlights version of today’s lineup:

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Song Title Artist Album Year
6AM 2011
See A Victory Dante Bowe & Essential Worship Single 2021
Praise Is a Weapon (Reload) Mark & Sarah Tillman & Neon Feather Single 2021
Let The Lion Roar Caleb & Bethany Kuenzli Single 2021
Heaven Fall (Live) The Belonging Co & Henry Seeley Awe + Wonder (Live) 2019
Let The Light In Cody Carnes Run To The Father 2020
All Praise (feat. Sean Curran) Passion Roar (Live From Passion 2020) 2020
Flame of Fire, Rushing Wind Bryan & Katie Torwalt Champion 2016
Thin (feat. Kirby Kaple) Housefires Single 2020
From Whom All Blessings Flow (Doxology) Hillsong Worship Awake 2019
Consuming Fire Tim Hughes When Silence Falls 2004
All Consuming Fire (Live) Chris McClarney Everything and Nothing Less (Live) 2015
Come like the Wind Lifepoint Worship Single 2021
7AM 2011
Spirit Of Revival (Live) Life Center Worship Hope For All 2020
Thy Kingdom Come (feat. Francesca Battistelli) Rita Springer Single 2020
Come Holy Spirit (Live) Matt Maher & Martin Smith Alive & Breathing 2020
Set Me Ablaze Bryan & Katie Torwalt Champion 2016
Hearts Ablaze (feat. Bethany Kuenzli) Philip Herndon Send Revival EP 2020
Pour Out Your Spirit Lord Evan Wickham Mysterious Things 2005
Spirit Fall Phil Wickham Cannons 2007
Spirit Fall Chris Tomlin Passion: Here For You 2011
King of Kings (Live) Hillsong Worship Single 2019
Freedom in the Spirit (feat. Adam Agin) Sarah Kroger Bloom 2019
8AM 2011
Spirit of the Living God Audrey Assad Fortunate Fall 2013
Breath Of Your Spirit (feat. Kari Jobe) Klaus Glory 2008
By The Spirit Pat Barrett Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly 2021
Spirit Sing Zealand Worship Liberated 2018
Where The Spirit of the Lord Is Life Church Death of Death 2019
Spirit Lead Me / Spirit Break Out (feat. Kim Walker-Smith) Influence Music & Michael Ketterer REBELS (Deluxe) 2020
Pour Out Your Spirit/Let It Rain Anthony Skinner Forever And A Day 2004
Fires Gonna Fall Martin Smith Iron Lung 2019
Rest on Us (Live) UPPERROOM Land of the Living (Live) 2020
Where The Spirit Of The Lord Is (feat. Christy Nockels) Chris Tomlin Passion: Awakening 2010
Freedom Jesus Culture Living With A Fire 2018
Hymn of the Holy Spirit (Live) Pat Barrett Canvas and Clay (Live) 2019
9AM 2011
Spirit Speaks All Sons & Daughters Season One 2012
Spirit of God Phil Wickham Children of God 2016
Set a Fire (feat. Will Reagan) United Pursuit Endless Years 2012
Fresh Outpouring (feat. Kim Walker-Smith) Jesus Culture Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live] 2017
Fall Afresh (feat. Dinah Wright & Robbie Seay) The Worship Initiative The Worship Initiative, Vol. 25 (Live) 2021
Spirit Of The Living God Meredith Andrews Deeper 2017
Holy Spirit (Live) Jesus Culture Live from New York (with Martin Smith) [Live] 2012
Fresh Wind/What A Beautiful Name (feat. Taya & David Ware) Hillsong Worship Fresh Wind/What A Beautiful Name (Live) – EP 2021

20/20 Insight-The Work of the Holy Spirit-Righteousness

May 28th, 2020 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – In the Year of Vision, today’s 20/20 Insight focuses on the work of the Holy Spirit to lead us to righteousness.

Before Jesus ascended to heaven, He promised His followers that He would not leave us alone. The Heavenly Father would send the Spirit of truth.  

On Pentecost, the Holy Spirit did come and does reside in those who follow Jesus. As a result, spiritual fruit flows from our lives. Romans 8:9 says, “You, however, are not in the realm of the flesh, but are in the realm of the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. And if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, they do not belong to Christ. But if Christ is in you, then even though your body is subject to death because of sin, the Spirit gives life because of righteousness.”

The Holy Spirit directs us to the holy example of Jesus and inspires us to be more like Him.

Focusing on the righteousness of Jesus Christ gives us greater clarity for living out the Christian life.

John Shirk

Moment Of Celebration-The Empty Tomb

July 15th, 2014 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment of Celebration reflects on the empty tomb.

On the day of Pentecost, Peter preached a sermon that persuaded 3,000 people to come to faith in Christ. It was a moment when he preached the Gospel. In that sermon, Peter said in Acts 2:32, “God raised this Jesus to life, and we are all witnesses of the fact.”

This happened fifty days after the crucifixion of Jesus. If opponents wanted to prove Peter wrong, they could have pointed people to a tomb where they placed the body of Jesus. But the stone had been rolled away, and the tomb was empty. The empty tomb tells us that Jesus has defeated death and conquered the grave. He leads His followers to eternal life, not a mortal end. Jesus told His disciples in John 14:19, “Because I live, you also will live.”

The empty tomb of Jesus is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk

Moment Of Celebration-Pentecost

June 5th, 2014 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Moment Of Celebration reflects on the significance of Pentecost.

In Acts 2, the Holy Spirit came in power at the time of a Jewish Feast, which commemorated when God spoke to Moses and gave the Ten Commandments to the Hebrews.

The Feast of Weeks also happened at the beginning of an agricultural season. One of the practices of this feast is to bring the firstfruits to God, as an acknowledgment of God’s gracious hand.

Just as the Feast of Weeks was a turning point for the Jews to receive the law, Pentecost became a turning point for the church to receive the Holy Spirit. The result was new life and the power that believers would need to be witnesses for Jesus. 3,000 people responded to Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost and experienced new life in Christ.

The significance of Pentecost is a reason to be glad in the Year of Celebration.

John Shirk