WeAreWorship Team Top Songs of 2017

Posted by Duncan Reid on 18 December 2017

The WeAreWorship Team Top Songs of 2017

2017 has been quite a year. From sensational albums to summer festivals we've had it all. With so much good stuff to pick through we decided to ask the WeAreWorship team here in the UK to come up with their highlights. After a lot of pondering and chin scratching - not to mention some indecision we've come up with with our list of the best of the last 12 months. 

Mark

Song: Come Holy Spirit (Soul Survivor feat. tom Smith)

Reason: An anthem and heart cry of a generation that knows what it is to see worship in all areas of our lives.

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Steph

Song: Nothing But Grace (Chris Sayburn)

Reason: I love this song as it refocuses my perspective and builds faith!

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Duncan T

Song: This Changes Everything (Lou Fellingham)

Reason: Musically I love the energy & brightness of This Changes Everything, but more than that it’s packed full of solid biblical truth sharing of our new identity because of what Christ has done for us.

 

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Les

Song: Everlasting Arms (Lou Fellingham)

Reason: A beautiful re working of the traditional hymn which progresses into a powerful end section declaring Your mercy flows like a river. Spine tingling!  

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Paul

Song: My Prayer For You (Alisa Turner)

Reason: This song has such a burden lightening impact with genuinely releasing lyrics that have such powerful anointing on them and combine intimacy and intercession beautifully.

 

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Duncan R

Song: Hearts of the Fathers (Nathan Jess)

Reason: Essentially it's a song about reconciliation - of how God call us, draws us and binds us together. Oh, and it's got a nice hook in the chorus, which starts on the subdominant... Always a sucker for a chorus that starts on the subdominant... 

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Phil

Song: Praise The Lord (Evermore) (Worship Central)

Reason: Taken from Worship Central's debut studio album this song is just a great out-and-out Easter worship song.

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Chris

Song: Gracefully Broken (Matt Redman)

Reason:  Matt Redman can definitely write a tune, of that there is no doubt, but he has really developed his sound for this years album Glory Song. Gracefully Broken features U.S. gospel superstar Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and is a great song about how God faithfully refines us

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