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THREE ON THURSDAY

Today’s topic is worship. Here are links to three worship songs I’ve been listening to on repeat:

I Know by Big Daddy Weave
“You don’t answer all my questions
But you hear me when I speak
You don’t keep my heart from breakin’
But when it does, you weep with me
You’re so close that I can feel you
When I’ve lost the words to pray
And though my eyes have never seen you
I’ve seen enough to say
I know that you are good…”

Even If by Mercy Me
“It’s easy to sing
When there’s nothing to bring me down
But what will I say
When I’m held to the flame
Like I am right now
I know You’re able and I know You can
Save through the fire with Your mighty hand
But even if You don’t
My hope is You alone…”

A Thousand More by Thrive Worship
“Who can measure what You’re worth?
Who can fathom what You’ve done?
I could write a thousand songs
And never capture heaven’s love
O praise the Lord, the Holy One
O praise the King of perfect love
A thousand times my soul will sing hallelujah
Yet I will sing a thousand more…”

 


 

3 WORSHIP SONGS I HAVE ON REPEAT {EDITION NO.1}

 

Today is Thanksgiving — a day to gather ‘round the table and give thanks.

Sometimes it’s easy to give thanks. When times have been good. And there’s been plenty to go around. But sometimes it’s hard to find the words to say. When the year’s been hard. And the butter’s been spread too thin across the bread.

But even when the days have been long and the body weary, sometimes the heart still wants to offer thanks, except the words get lost in translation — choked away by too many tears.

That’s why the psalms are such a sweet comfort. They give us the words we can pray and sing when we can’t find our own. The same is true for worship songs written today.

Instead of the normal “Three on Thursday” with three articles on a given topic, plus my own, I thought it would be nice to slow down for the holiday and share with you three worship songs I have literally had on repeat.

In recent weeks, I’ve made the words to these songs an offering from my own heart and thought maybe you’d be blessed by them, too.

May your Thanksgiving be a day of remembrance, of both the good and the hard, and may the song in your heart be one of thanksgiving, trusting that God has everything in his very capable hands.

~ Denise

 


 

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