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“I am so blessed!” “God bless you!” “Thank God!” and similar phrases can be heard resonating through a typical praise and worship service. They are lusted over by many worship leaders — even if they’ve only been leading for a few weeks. After all, who doesn’t like complimentary compliments? But when it comes to actually adding praise and worship music to your repertoire, knowing which songs to focus on can be a little overwhelming.

There are many things that we can do in order to worship God. We can sing songs that praise him, pray, speak good things about him and his creation, tell others about his goodness, etc. The list goes on and on and on.

We should not only worship God with our hearts but also with our bodies (1 Corinthians 6:20). This means that we should get involved in some kind of physical activity (exercise or sports) as a way to praise him with our bodies as well as our minds and souls.

The Bible says in Psalm 150:6-7 “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens!”

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1 hour praise and worship

Praise the Lord

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Great Are You Lord

In this song, the artists explore the ways in which God’s power and love is paramount, both for humanity and for all that He has created. The lyrics are direct and straightforward—the first verse simply states “All the earth will shout Your praise / Our hearts will cry these bones will sing / Great are You Lord.” The chorus then proclaims that “It’s Your breath in our lungs / So we pour out our praise / We pour out our praise.”

The second verse explores a common theme in Christian hymns: that God’s love is everlasting, even as long as time itself. It also addresses another popular topic of worship songs: how wonderful it is to be humbled by God’s greatness, stating that “You give life You are love / You bring light to the darkness / You give hope You restore / Every heart that is broken” and again asking “Great are you lord!”

Open Up Our Eyes

“Open Up Our Eyes,” by Elevation Worship

  • Lyrics:
  • Open up our eyes
  • Give us faith to see
  • The way to lead us
  • To the place You are
  • We will follow

Living Hope

Living Hope is a song written by Brian Johnson and Phil Wickham and first released in 2017. Its message is an encouragement that, no matter what season of life we are facing, God’s love for us is eternal. Living Hope won the 2019 GMA Dove Awards Song of the Year award and Songwriter of the Year award for Brian Johnson. It was also nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song at the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2019.

This song reminds us that because of Jesus’ death on the cross and resurrection from the grave, we have an inheritance reserved for us in Heaven (1 Peter 1:4). With Living Hope as our inheritance, we can live this life with confidence because our hope does not come from any worldly source but instead comes from Christ alone—who holds all things together (Colossians 1:17) and gives His people hope forevermore (Psalm 71:14).

Unending Love

Unending Love

By Hillsong

Your grace has saved me / Your love has raised me / Your mercy has made me whole / Your kindness has changed me / Your goodness has named me / Your unending love

Glorious Day

Glorious Day

(Music: Chris Tomlin)

One day when heaven was filled with His praises,

One day when sin was as black as could be,

Jesus came forth to be born of a virgin, dwelt among men my example is He!

The Word became flesh and the light shined among us. His glory revealed!

Living, He loved me, dying; He saved me; Buried, He carried my sins far away.

Rising, He justified freely forever. One day He’s coming. Oh Glorious Day!

Oh Glorious Day – Oh Glorious Day – Oh Glorious Day – Oh Glorious Day!

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness

“Great Is Thy Faithfulness” is credited to Thomas O. Chisholm, born in 1866. After working as an insurance agent for nearly 30 years, he resigned from the job and moved to Kansas City in order to pursue a career as a Christian teacher and writer. He published his first song in 1897, but did not actually begin writing hymns full-time until 1916; it was that year that he wrote “The Great Physician Now Is Near,” which became wildly popular among Pentecostal churches, and went on to be recorded by famous gospel musicians such as Mahalia Jackson and Al Green.

“Great Is Thy Faithfulness” was written in 1923—during his time as the superintendent of a Methodist Sunday School—and the original lyrics were set to music composed by composer William M. Runyan; they were included in a compilation of hymns called “Promises: A Collection of Gospel Songs.”

Good Good Father

Good Good Father was written by Pat Barrett and Anthony Brown. The song was originally released in 2015, when it quickly rose to #1 on the iTunes Christian Songs chart. It is a contemporary worship music genre type of song that feels like a hymn.

The inspiration for the song came from Anthony Brown’s wife who asked him one night during worship at their home church if he felt like God was good.

The main theme of this song is the goodness of God despite our sins and failures.

This song has a tempo of 84 beats per minute (BPM).

No Longer Slaves/ Break Every Chain (Medley)

This song is a medley of two worship songs, No Longer Slaves and Break Every Chain. The medley was performed by Bethel Music and originally released in 2015. Some other hits by Bethel Music are “Raise a Hallelujah”, “You Make Me Brave”, and “Have it All”.

Listen to the song on YouTube [here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBNHbBf0tsU)

Lift My Hands/ Come Thou Fount(Medley)

Lift My Hands/ Come Thou Fount(Medley)

Chris Tomlin/ Gateway Worship

This song is an example of a medley, which is a series of two or more songs joined together.

A medley is perfect for worship because it allows you to play multiple songs that have similar themes and messages. It helps you stay focused on one subject and give your full attention to God.

I hope this gives you an idea for a playlist for a 1 hour praise session at home with your family

This 1 hour praise and worship playlist is a collection of “live” recordings by the same band.

It should be enough to create an atmosphere of peace and joy in your life.

You probably won’t need anything to enjoy this, but headphones or a sound system will be good if you want the best experience listening to it.

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