20 Worship Songs For When Your Anxiety Is In Control
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20 Worship Songs For When Your Anxiety Is In Control

Music plays a huge part in our moods and emotions, so here are some songs you can listen to when you need to feel calmer.

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20 Worship Songs For When Your Anxiety Is In Control
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Worry occurs in almost everyone's lives, but it is so important that we combat it by putting our focus on God rather than the world around us. The music we listen to is a huge part of how we feel, and as Christians, these worship songs are perfect for when we are feeling anxious. Some are popular, some are lesser known, some are slow, and some are a little faster, but there's something in this playlist for everyone. Next time you're feeling anxious, don't let secular music drive you further into your anxiety!

Tremble by Mosaic MSC

Green Pastures by David Baloche

Overcomer by Lucy Grimble

Peace be Still by The Belonging Co. (feat. Lauren Daigle)

Surrounded (Fight My Battles) by UPPERROOM/Elyssa Smith

Bigger Than I Thought by Passion/Sean Curran

Do It Again by Elevation Worship

Through It All by King's Village

Voice that Stills the Raging Sea by Rivers & Robots

Unknown by Mosaic MSC

Steady by Loud Harp

You Won't Let Go by Cory Asbury

Future/Past by John Mark McMillan

Mover of Mountains by Citipointe Live

Who You Say I Am by Hillsong Worship

Lean Back by Capital City Music (feat. Dion Davis)

Miracles by Jesus Culture/Chris Quilala

Lay It All Down by Will Reagan/United Pursuit

Hills and Valleys by Tauren Wells

We Have Overcome by Rivers and Robots

Here is a link to a Spotify playlist containing all of these awesomely calming songs!


Worship Songs for when You're Feeling Anxious


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