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Praise & Worship Playlist

March 1st, 2020 4 comments

Good morning!
Today’s playlist includes brand new songs from Passion, Cory Asbury, Paul Baloche, Life Center Worship and more. Plus, mini themes including revival. The lineup is below!

Kristi Leigh, WJTL DJ
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Song TitleArtistAlbumYear
6:00 a.m.
The Wonderful Cross (feat. Pat Barrett)Simple HymnsSongs of Communion (Deluxe Version)2020
Communion (feat. Steffany Gretzinger & Brandon Lake)Maverick City MusicMaverick City, Vol. 22019
Cherry BlossomsMoveSomebodySingle2020
Revelation Song (Live)Phil Wickham & Kari JobeSingalong 3 (Live)2015
Psalm 16 (Fullness of Joy)Shane & ShanePsalms, Vol. 22015
Like Incense/Sometimes By StepHillsong WorshipA Beautiful Exchange2010
I Lift My HandsChris TomlinAnd If Our God Is For Us2010
Lord of My LifeMatt MaherAlive & Breathing, Vol. 32019
By My Side (Live)Patrick MayberrySingle2020
Holding on to YouThe McCluresThe Way Home (Deluxe)2019
7:00 a.m.
Be With MeBryan & Katie TorwaltPraise Before My Breakthrough – EP2018
No Longer SlavesBethel MusicWe Will Not Be Shaken2015
A Million YearsPaul BalocheBehold Him2020
10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)Matt Redman10,000 Reasons2012
Multiplied (feat.Steve Fee) [Live]North Point InsideOutHear (Live)2015
Hundred Miles (feat. Crowder) [Live]PassionFollow You Anywhere (Live)2019
So Will I (100 Billion X)Hillsong UnitedWonder2018
Over and OverChris McClarneyBreakthrough2018
Forever (We Sing Hallelujah) [feat. Brian Johnson & Jenn Johnson]Phil WickhamSingalong 42019
DefenderRita SpringerBattles2017
Power of the CrossShane & ShaneSingle2019
8:00 a.m.
Hope For All (feat. Philip Herndon)Pathway MusicEncounters2015
Still in Control (feat. Mack Brock)Jesus CultureSingle2020
Just Getting Started (feat. Lauren Lee Anderson)North Point WorshipSingle2020
Marvelous Things (feat. Kari Jobe)Paul BalocheBehold Him2020
Marching On (feat. Hillsong Young & Free)Rend CollectiveGood News2018
Raise A Hallelujah (feat. Brett Younker) [Live From Passion 2020]PassionRoar (Live From Passion 2020)2020
Great Are You LordAll Sons & DaughtersAll Sons & Daughters2014
Spirit Lead Me / Spirit Break Out (feat. Kim Walker-Smith) [Live]Influence Music & Michael KettererREBELS (Deluxe)2020
Spirit of RevivalLife Center WorshipSingle2020
God of RevivalBrian Johnson & Jenn JohnsonSingle2020
9:00 a.m.
This Is a MoveBrandon LakeSingle2019
Revival AnthemRend CollectiveSingle2019
Here For YouMatt Redman10,000 Reasons2011
One Thirst and HungerJeremy RiddleFurious2011
Christ Be Magnified (Live)Cory AsburySingle2020
Way Maker (feat. Kristian Stanfill, Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes)PassionRoar (Live From Passion 2020)2020
Hallelujah For the CrossChris McClarney (of Jesus Culture)Breakthrough2018
RememberBryan & Katie TorwaltRemember – Single2019
Always Good (feat. Rita Springer)The McCluresThe Way Home (Deluxe)2019
RejoiceBrad+RebekahSingle2019
What a Good GodPaul BalocheBehold Him2020
Famous For (I Believe) [feat. Jenn Johnson]Tauren WellsCitizen of Heaven2020

Praise & Worship Playlist

January 5th, 2020 No comments

Happy New Year! This morning’s playlist includes songs to start it off with a healthy heart. Plus, themes detected on the horizon: Revival & Awakening. I’m also excited to share a few of the very newest releases from Cody Carnes, Shane & Shane, Patrick Mayberry and Passion Music with Kristian Stanfill. Check out this lineup below!

Kristi Leigh

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Song TitleArtistAlbumYear
7:00 a.m.
Back To The Start (Gods Great Dance Floor)Martin SmithGods Great Dance Floor Step 12013
Create In MeRend CollectiveThe Art of Celebration2014
Surrender All (Give You Everything) [feat. Chris Quilala] [Live]Jesus CultureUnstoppable Love (Live)2015
ResurrectingElevation WorshipHere as in Heaven2016
Refresh Me (Live)LeelandChrist Be All Around Me – Live2014
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus (Amazing Grace)Shane & ShaneHymns, Vol. 22019
No Longer Slaves (feat. Jonathan David & Melissa Helser)Bethel MusicWe Will Not Be Shaken (Live) [Deluxe Edition]2015
GoneElevation WorshipAt Midnight – EP2019
I Will FollowChris TomlinAnd If Our God Is For Us2010
Follow You Anywhere (feat. Kristian Stanfill)PassionFollow You Anywhere2019
This Is What You Do (feat. William Matthews)Bethel LiveFor The Sake Of The World2012
Like A LionDavid Crowder BandPassion: Awakening2010
8:00 a.m.2011
This Beating HeartMatt RedmanYour Grace Finds Me (Live)2013
Revival AnthemRend CollectiveSingle2019
Awake My LoveI Am TheyI Am They2015
Wake SleeperBrian CampbellThe One Worth It All – EP2014
Revive Us AgainCharlie Hall BandThe Death of Death2013
Revival TownDeliriousDeeper1998
The Great AwakeningLeelandThe Great Awakening2011
For The Sake Of The World (feat. Brian Johnson)Bethel LiveFor The Sake Of The World2012
Burning OnesJesus CultureJesus Culture Awakening: Live From Chicago2011
WakeHillsong Young & FreeWe Are Young & Free2014
Step Into the Light (feat. Sean Curran) [Live from Passion 2019]PassionSingle2019
Now I See (Live)The McCluresThe Way Home (Deluxe)2019
Your Love Awakens MePhil WickhamChildren Of God2016
9:00 a.m.
All Consuming Fire (Live)Chris McClarneyEverything and Nothing Less (Live)2015
Awake My SoulHillsong WorshipAwake2019
Revive Me (Psalm 119)Jeremy CampCarried Me2004
Awake, AwakeMatthew ReedCome and Drink2011
Wake UpAll Sons & DaughtersSeason One2012
Awaken (Let The Whole World Sing)Dan & Lauren SmithThe Revive Project2012
Awakening (feat. Austin Sisk)Valleypoint WorshipYou Call My Name2016
Let The Earth AwakeCharlie HallThe Rising2010
Set a Fire (Live)Jesus CultureLive from New York (with Martin Smith) [Live]2012
Awake My Soul (feat. Lecrae)Chris TomlinBurning Lights2013
Consuming FireTim HughesWhen Silence Falls2004
Fall Afresh (Live)Phil Wickham & Jeremy RiddleSingalong 3 (Live)2015
AwakenKristene DiMarcoSafe Place2012
10:00 a.m.
Live AgainSean CurranSingle2019
Set Me AblazeBryan & Katie TorwaltChampion2016
Awaken MeJesus CultureJesus Culture Awakening: Live From Chicago2011
AwakeningAmanda Lindsey CookHouse on a Hill2019
AwakeningChris TomlinPassion: Awakening2010
See the LightHillsong WorshipAwake2019
Way MakerPaul McClureSingle2019
By My Side (Live)Patrick MayberryBy My Side (Live) – Single2020
How Great Is Your LoveThe Worship Initiative & Shane & ShaneSingle2019
Christ Be MagnifiedCody CarnesChrist Be Magnified – Single2020
King of Glory (Live)Passion & Kristian StanfillKing of Glory (Live) – Single2019

Relationship Building Principle-Repentance

October 14th, 2015 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Relationship-Building Principle comes from Jonah 3:8 through 10.

After Jonah preached to the huge city of Nineveh, the people responded with prayer and repentance.

The king and his nobles said, “Let people and animals be covered with sackcloth. Let everyone call urgently on God. Let them give up their evil ways and their violence. Who knows? God may yet relent and with compassion turn from his fierce anger so that we will not perish.” When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, he relented and did not bring on them the destruction he had threatened.”

Whenever we give up sinful practices and turn toward God, we make a decision for life. In the case of Nineveh, one of the specific sins that they committed to give up was violence. Along with violence in a society, there is the presence of hatred for others, selfish ambition, envy, inconsideration for people and general disrespect for human life. Turning to God closes the door on these destructive attitudes and opens the door for His love to take root in our heart. This leads to a change of attitude that seeks to do good for our neighbors. Nineveh was a civilization that made a choice for life in the nick of time.

Prayer and Repentance are vital relationship-building principles to take to heart in the Year of Connection.

John Shirk

john@wjtl.com

Relationship Building Principle-Revival Of Family

June 4th, 2015 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Today’s Relationship-Building Principle comes from Malachi 4:5 and 6.

“See I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the LORD comes. He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.”

Elijah was used of God in a mighty way to stir revival among the Israelites. At Mount Carmel, he challenged the people, “How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him; but if Baal is God, follow him.”

There is often a connection between moral decay in society and the breakdown of the family. Similarly, where revival happens in society, the family unit is strengthened. Whenever we take a stand for the Lord or bring family members to a point of reconciliation, our actions resemble the ministry of Elijah.

Standing for God and family are vital relationship-building principles to take to heart in the Year of Connection.

John Shirk

john@wjtl.com

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Lesson Of Faith-Nineveh Revival

March 14th, 2013 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – Nineveh’s wickedness had come up before the LORD. Their time was running out if they continued on their destructive path. But God was calling Jonah to preach His Word. When he got there, Jonah proclaimed, “Forty more days and Nineveh will be overturned.” The Ninevites believed God. They declared a fast, and all of them, from the greatest to the least, put on sackcloth.

Not only did the people respond in brokenness; they also called urgently on God and gave up their evil ways, which included violence. When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, he had compassion and did not bring upon them the destruction he had threatened. A city was spared from destruction.

Sometimes, it may appear that someone is far, far away from God.   By seeing the violent culture of the Ninevites, we might be skeptical that the people would ever acknowledge God. But what is humanly impossible is possible with God. From a human point of view, we see Nineveh on the verge of a breakdown. From God’s point of view, the city was on the verge of a spiritual breakthrough and was ripe for revival. He worked through one of his prophets to accomplish the task.

The revival of Nineveh was a display of God’s patience and compassion and is lesson of faith worth remembering.

John Shirk

john@wjtl.com

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