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4 Christian Worship Songs That Never Get Old

4 Christian Worship Songs That Never Get Old

Here are four Christian’s songs that, in my opinion, never get old.

Amazing Grace

This song has probably brought more people to tears and repentance than any song that I know of in the history of Christianity and is a favorite at many funerals, particularly when it’s performed with bagpipes. The fact that this is the most well-known, and by many, most beloved songs, make it one that they never tire of and it never grows old singing it. It’s not just the music but the words that touch our heart and remind us of not just how amazing God is but how amazing His grace is that saves wretches like us.

There is a Fountain Filled with Blood

This old hymn, “There is a Fountain Filled with Blood” by William Cowper is so beautiful in its description of the sinner being cleansed beneath the overwhelming flood of Jesus’ blood and that makes “sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stains” and someday will be “saved to sin no more” and doesn’t that give you hope? This song is as biblically or theologically sound as they come.

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I Can Only Imagine

The song “I Can Only Imagine,” sung by Mercy Me, focuses on the day when we finally get to see Jesus Christ, face to face, which the Bible declares will happen someday (Rev 21:3;22:4). The author, Bart Miller, fills our souls with awe and wonder in considering the day we will finally see God for the very first time and behold His glory. The lyrics include “Will I dance for you Jesus, Or in awe of you be still? Will I stand in your presence, Or to my knees will I fall?” Speaking for myself, I am going to do what Isaiah and the Apostle John did; I will fall on my face as a dead man. Oh, when that day comes!

Power in the Blood

Power in the Blood is a very old song, written by Lewis E. Jones in the 1800’s, but still one that have lyrics that explain the gospel of Jesus Christ and the power of His atoning blood by saying, “There is power, power, wonder working power. In the blood of the Lamb” and asks, “Would you be whiter, much whiter than snow? There’s power in the blood, power in the blood,” indeed “There’s wonderful power in the blood.”

Conclusion

Power in the Blood is a very old song, written by Lewis E. Jones in the 1800’s, but still one that have lyrics that explain the gospel of Jesus Christ and the power of His atoning blood by saying, “There is power, power, wonder working power. In the blood of the Lamb” and asks, “Would you be whiter, much whiter than snow? There’s power in the blood, power in the blood,” indeed “There’s wonderful power in the blood.”

May God richly bless you,

Pastor Jack Wellman

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