This I Believe

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The Apostles Creed has been set to music many times throughout history, but when Ben Fielding and Matt Crocker of Hillsong, Australia were asked to create a modern worship song based on the Creed they weren’t sure they were up to the challenge.

You can watch them talk about it and listen to the resulting song in the video below.

For more information, see Worship Together.

 

Unbroken Praise

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Matt Redman describes this new song as “Just a simple worship song”. It speaks of praising God forever, but reminds us in the bridge that worship is about more than just singing songs — it involves our whole life.

So let my deeds outrun my words
And let my life outweigh my songs

Listen to it in this video

or even better, watch it “live” in Dublin here.

For more details and a video of Matt talking about the song, visit Worship Together.

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It is well with my soul

It is wellIn this new take on the familiar old hymn, Matt Redman didn’t set out to “re-write” the hymn, but just found that the words fitted perfectly as the chorus to the song he was already writing. You can watch the video of the recording at the famous Abbey Road studios below.

For more details and a video of Matt talking about the song visit Worship Central.

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Surrender

This song by Marc James echoes St Paul in Philippians 3:7 “But whatever gain I had, I counted as loss for the sake of Christ.

Watch the video below.

or, if you have an account, you can listen to the song on Spotify

 

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The same love

thesameloveThis song by Paul Baloche speaks of the amazing fact that the same God who created the universe is calling each of us by name.

You can read the lyrics at WorshipTogether, and watch the video below.

or you can listen to the song on Spotify if you have an account.

 

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Mercy

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This song by Matt Redman and Jonas Myrin speaks powerfully of Jesus’ love and mercy in dying for us on the cross, and urges us to never lose the wonder of his mercy.

You can listen to the song, read the lyrics and find links to buy a copy of the song at Worship Together.

Or watch this video

 

I will say (You give rest)

This song by husband and wife Louise and Nathan Fellingham is based on Matthew 11:28, where Jesus said “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.

You can watch Lou and Natt singing the song in the video below and see the full lyrics at We are Worship.

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All to us

All for usThis new song by Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman and friends speaks about Jesus as the foundation that God has built for his church.

In Isaiah 28:16 God says

‘See, I lay a stone in Zion, a tested stone,
    a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation;
the one who relies on it
    will never be stricken with panic.’ (NIV)

Watch Chris Tomlin talking about the song

You can listen to the song, read the lyrics and find links to buy a copy of the song at Worship Together.

 

Ancient Words

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Not a new song exactly, but new to St Andrew’s, and made popular by the worship leader Robin Mark, this powerful song speaks about God’s words recorded in the bible and their ability to change us if we come with open hearts.

You can listen to an excerpt of the song and  read the full lyrics at We Are Worship.

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At the Cross

At the Cross

The cross is central to the Christian faith. It is only through dying for us on the cross that Jesus has reconciled us to God.

In Ephesians 2:15-16, Paul says that Jesus’ purpose was…

to create in himself one new humanity out of the two, thus making peace, and in one body to reconcile both of them to God through the cross” (NIV)

As we approach Good Friday and Easter Day, we remember with deep gratitude that we know that God loves us so much that he made a way for us to be forgiven at such great cost to himself.

We will be singing this song by Darlene Zschech and  Reuben Morgan to help us express that thanks.

You can listen to the song, read the full lyrics and find links to buy a copy of the song at Worship Together.