60 Songs For Any AND Every Christian & Gospel Music Lover
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60 Songs For Any AND Every Christian & Gospel Music Lover

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60 Songs For Any AND Every Christian & Gospel Music Lover
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Are you tired of listening to the same old songs on repeat? Well, here are 60 Christian/Worship songs that I always love to have blaring on my phone. Within this list, you will find classic bops, slow-paced masterpieces and undiscovered gems. More so, the songs are perfect for any occasion — your morning commute, the annual youth group meeting and just jamming out while studying. I hope you find some inspiration!

1. "There Will Be a Day" by Jeremy Camp

2. "The Comeback" by Danny Gokey

3. "It's Your Life" by Francesca Battistelli

4. "Fight On, Fighter" by for King & Country

5. "The River" by Jordan Feliz

6. "It's Not Over Yet" by for King & Country

7. "Overcomer" by Mandisa

8. "Can't Shut Up" by Anthem Lights

9. "No Greater Love" by Colton Dixon

10. "Ceasefire" by for King & Country

11. "The Resistance" by Skillet

12. "Live It Out" by Jordan Feliz

13. "New Day" by Danny Gokey

14. "Free to Be Me" by Francesca Battistelli

15. "Feel Invincible" by Skillet

16. "Stronger" by Mandisa

17. "Wherever I Go" by Dan Bremnes

18. "Faith" by Jordan Feliz

19. "Church (Take Me Back)" by Cochren & Co.

20. "Fix My Eyes" by for King & Country

21. "Hope in Front of Me" by Danny Gokey

22. "Where the Light is" by Dan Bremnes

23. "Never Too Far Gone" by Jordan Feliz

24. "God Only Knows" by for King & Country

25. "Hero" by Skillet

26. "Haven't Seen It Yet" by Danny Gokey

27. "Bleed the Same" by Mandisa (feat. tobyMac)

28. "Awake and Alive" by Skillet

29. "Love Broke Thru" by TobyMac

30. "O God Forgive Us" by for King & Country (feat. KB)

31. "One Life" by Danny Gokey

32. "Make a Move" by Royal Tailor

33. "Witness" by Jordan Feliz

34. "Brand New Life" by Colton Dixon

35. "Burn The Ships" by for King & Country

36. "Up Again" by Dan Bremnes

37. "Monster" by Skillet

38. "Giants Fall" by Francesca Battistelli

39. "Beloved" by Jordan Feliz

40. "Set It Off" by Skillet

41. "I just need U." by TobyMac

42. "Move" by MercyMe

43. "Rise" by Danny Gokey

44. "Pushing On a Pull Door" by for King & Country

45. "Changed" by Jordan Feliz

46. "Louder" by Michael W. Smith

47. "Sick of It" by Skillet

48. "He Knows" by Jeremy Camp

49. "That's the Life" by Jordan Feliz

50. "Move (Keep Walkin')" by TobyMac

51. "All That Matters" by Colton Dixon

52. "Heaven on Earth" by Stars Go Dim

53. "I'm Not Ashamed" by Jeremy Camp

54. "Tell Your Heart To Beat Again" by Danny Gokey

55. "You Will Make a Way" by Mallary Hope

56. "Something in My Heart" by Michael W. Smith

57. "Holy Spirit" by Francesca Battistelli

58. "You Say" by Lauren Daigle

59. "Live On Forever" by The Afters

60. "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail Me)" by Hillsong UNITED

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