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Old 09-08-2008, 12:48 AM
 
Location: Georgia native in McKinney, TX
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"Blessed be Your Name" - Matt Redman
I can't remember a song that humbled me more than this one when I first heard it in church. I could hardly sing, almost doubled over in pain it hit me so hard. I still have a hard time singing it. When life is good, "Blessed be Your Name." When life is in the toilet, "Blessed be Your Name."

I also get powerfully moved with most of the worship from Hillsongs in Australia, especially when I see a video. I have never experienced here in America a worship service where EVERYONE participating is so deeply involved in worship. You can see a lot of the videos on You Tube. The latest one of theirs we are singing at my church now is "The Stand." I feel like I get born again again each time we sing it.
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Old 09-08-2008, 03:24 AM
 
Location: Purgatory
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I think it's a toss up for me between "East to West," "Does anybody hear her," and "Live free or let me die." Just kind of depends on my mood.
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Old 09-13-2008, 06:43 AM
 
Location: NC
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A couple of my favorites are My Jesus, I Love Thee and His Eye is on the Sparrow. God bless


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at67q...eature=related



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bEm2...eature=related


God bless
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Old 09-20-2008, 01:20 AM
 
Location: NC
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I like this one also by one of my fav. groups


YouTube - Avalon - In Not Of

Fav Groups: Canton Spirituals, Mississippi Mass Choir, Avalon

God bless

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Old 09-20-2008, 01:21 AM
 
Location: southern california
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doxology
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Old 09-20-2008, 09:39 AM
 
Location: Little Elm, TX
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All over the board, because of different places in my life:

It Was My Sin - Dennis Jernigan

Into Jesus - DC Talk (after my mom died, it was spot on)

Only Jesus/Calvary's Love - Steve Green

All That We Need - (P&W, written by Mark Altrogge)

Take Me Away With You - Darrell Evans

Glorify Thy Name - Kent Henry (my mom & I would crank that, & she would fall prostrate)

I Throw My Heart to the Wind - Dennis Jernigan

and many more...
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Old 09-20-2008, 11:08 AM
 
Location: Oxford, OH
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I love, "The Old Rugged Cross"
His Love is Deep
and Standing on the Promises of God
I'm not a very good singer but I love to belt out these wonderful songs when I'm riding my scooter ~
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Old 12-07-2009, 09:36 PM
 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWiUJA1iecs
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:05 AM
 
Location: Little Elm, TX
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(I can't find a video!)

As It Was by Don Francisco is the most compelling piece I've ever heard - picture creation coming into fulness...

In beginning God created
The heavens and the earth
Tho' at first they lay in formlessness
He knew their final worth
Clothed in power and majesty
In garments made of light
As darkness fled before Him,
He divided day from night

He fastened earth's foundations,
Laid its cornerstone
He shut the sea behind its doors
And made its bound'ries known
He spoke of grass and herbs and trees
And seeds that fall and fly
And roots thrust deep into the earth
And branches to the sky

The chorus of the morning stars
And the shouts of heaven's sons
Resound throughout the skyfields
While the work of God is done
And as He sows His words like jewels
In a rainbow falling down
The garden is perfection
And awaits creation's crown

Then in glory unimaginable,
The Lord Himself is here
He kneels, and there beneath His hands,
A man from dust appears
He lifts him gently in His arms,
And breaths into his soul
And raises him to stand upright,
Complete and free and whole

The man looks round in wonder
At the world that's now his own
And everything that's touched
And seen is beauty yet unknown
With a joy that has no bounds
And knows no fear of end
Every evening in its coolness
He walks there with his Friend

The pow'r that formed the universe
Was but a token of His might
It was love that gave us ears to hear
And eyes to see the light
It's love that gave us breath
It's love that gave us birth
It's love that flung the stars
And it's love that spins the earth

And when at last this vastness
Like a worn-out robe is rolled
And the new creation's children
Watch their heart's desires unfold

Then love will reign forever
Through our God and King and Friend
As it was in the beginning,
It shall be without end...
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Old 12-09-2009, 01:44 AM
 
Location: Flower Mound, Texas
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lol, my husband still listens to Don Fransisco after 20-years of marriage. We had a friend play one of his songs for our wedding in 1987!! He is still around by the way.

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(I can't find a video!)

As It Was by Don Francisco is the most compelling piece I've ever heard - picture creation coming into fulness...

In beginning God created
The heavens and the earth
Tho' at first they lay in formlessness
He knew their final worth
Clothed in power and majesty
In garments made of light
As darkness fled before Him,
He divided day from night

He fastened earth's foundations,
Laid its cornerstone
He shut the sea behind its doors
And made its bound'ries known
He spoke of grass and herbs and trees
And seeds that fall and fly
And roots thrust deep into the earth
And branches to the sky

The chorus of the morning stars
And the shouts of heaven's sons
Resound throughout the skyfields
While the work of God is done
And as He sows His words like jewels
In a rainbow falling down
The garden is perfection
And awaits creation's crown

Then in glory unimaginable,
The Lord Himself is here
He kneels, and there beneath His hands,
A man from dust appears
He lifts him gently in His arms,
And breaths into his soul
And raises him to stand upright,
Complete and free and whole

The man looks round in wonder
At the world that's now his own
And everything that's touched
And seen is beauty yet unknown
With a joy that has no bounds
And knows no fear of end
Every evening in its coolness
He walks there with his Friend

The pow'r that formed the universe
Was but a token of His might
It was love that gave us ears to hear
And eyes to see the light
It's love that gave us breath
It's love that gave us birth
It's love that flung the stars
And it's love that spins the earth

And when at last this vastness
Like a worn-out robe is rolled
And the new creation's children
Watch their heart's desires unfold

Then love will reign forever
Through our God and King and Friend
As it was in the beginning,
It shall be without end...
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