Top 15 Worships Songs (So Far in 2013)

Jul 11, 2013 — 2 Comments

It is hard to believe that we are already half way through 2013. Before we know it, we will be unwrapping presents, singing Christmas carols and looking forward to ushering in 2014.

Worship_1440Since we are halfway through the year, I thought I would find out what the top 15 worship songs of 2013 (so far) are according to CCLI and see if you and your church are singing any of them.

TOP 15 WORSHIP SONGS:

  1. Our God – Chris Tomlin
  2. How Great Is Our God – Chris Tomlin
  3. Mighty To Save – Reuben Morgan | Ben Fielding
  4. 10,000 Reason (Bless The Lord) – Matt Redman
  5. Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) – Chris Tomlin | Louie Giglio
  6. Revelation Song – Jennie Lee Riddle
  7. Forever Reign – Reuben Morgan
  8. Everlasting God – Brenton Brown
  9. Here I Am To Worship – Tim Hughes
  10. In Christ Alone – Keith Getty | Stuart Townend
  11. The Stand – Joel Houston
  12. How He Loves – John Mark McMillan
  13. Jesus Messiah – Chris Tomlin | Ed Cash | Jesse Reeves | Daniel Carson
  14. Your Grace Is Enough – Matt Maher
  15. Hosanna (Praise Is Rising) – Brenton Brown | Paul Baloche

Let me know…

Does the church you attend sing any of these songs?

What is your favorite praise & worship song?

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** CCLI (Christian Copyright Licensing, Inc.) was founded in Portland, Oregon on October 1, 1988. Its purpose was and is to help churches comply with various aspects of Copyright Law. For example, when the lyrics to a song are projected onto a screen the same copyright laws apply as if we were using sheet music or the hymnals that were purchased. A “lyric reprint” license is required by Federal copyright law to compensate the songwriter(s) and publisher(s) for using their product.

2 responses to Top 15 Worships Songs (So Far in 2013)

  1. 

    Some of my favorite worship songs we sing are the following:

    I will Glory in My Redeemer- Sovereign Grace
    All I have is Christ- Sovereign Grace
    Speak O LORD Ketih Getty/Stuart Townend
    Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing- Robert Robinson
    It is Well with my Soul

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