Music Monday: Ten (10) Inspirational American Gospel songs to add to your playlist
Hello there! Hope you’re enjoying the amazing Grace of God given through Jesus Christ our Lord.
It’s Music Monday and I think its time to listen to something different and update your playlist accordingly. Today, I have the list of ten (10) inspirational American gospel songs for you today.
This list is carefully chosen to inspire hope, peace, faith, and love in you as they address real-life issues especially in these difficult times we are in globally and what may be going on in your personal life. All songs can be streamed and downloaded on all major digital stores as well. All you have to do is search for them.
I hope you will be blessed by this.
1. Natalie Grant – Face To Face
Natalie Grant is inspiring Hope, Love, and Faith in many in her songs, giving us an overview of what her new album seeks to accomplish from afar. ‘Face to Face’ is a complete beautiful package, nothing short of a masterpiece writing that changes one’s focus towards the throne where God dwells. It reveals the need to totally depend on God through our darkest times.
2. Lecrae ft John Legend – Drown
Expecting a classic delivery when these two meets is only fair and you will get just that on this new single. Drown sends a message of hope that only God gives, it tells of the unfailing love of God who is our refuge and fortress. The only one we can turn to and trust all the time.
The beautiful, soft ballad song emphasis the word spoke by Paul the Apostle in Philipians 4:13 – “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”. In this new song, Maranda just like many of us who are tired of the happenings in our world today. Pandemic, conflicts, racism, and family issues, to press harder towards the mark.
4. Elevation Worship ft Travis Greene – See A Victory
“See A Victory” is a faith-based proclamation relying on the character and salvation of the Lord. The very first stanza tells it all about this beautiful song when it declares “The weapon may be formed but it won’t prosper. When the darkness falls it won’t prevail Cause the God I serve knows only how to triumph.
5. Natalie Grant – Praise You In This Storm
“Praise You in This Storm” was originally recorded by Casting Crowns in 2005 and it quickly became one of the band’s most renowned hits. Natalie said, “When my husband co-wrote this song with Mark Hall of Casting Crowns almost 15 years ago, I had no idea how it would comfort me while I was in the middle of my own storm of cancer in 2017. Because of how personal it became to me, I decided to record it. We recorded it with the London Symphony last summer, but I had no idea then that it would be such a perfect message for such a time as this.”
6. Marvin Sapp – Thank You For it All
The new song brings hope and re-ignites the attitude of thanksgiving and praise even in difficult situations. The remarkable and precise vocal of Marvin brings thanksgiving before the king for his continual guidance and providence.
7. Jekalyn Carr – Changing Your Story
“This statement is for all to understand that you can defeat what has been defeating you. GOD has equipped you and empowered you to have victory in ANY situation” – she stated.
8. Jonathan McReynolds ft Mali Music – Movin On
‘Movin’ On’ is one of the songs on McReynolds’s incredible new project ‘PEOPLE’ that has been the recent talk in the gospel industry having made history after releasing a full length visual of the whole project.
9. Matthew West – Take My Heart
American gospel singer Matthew West shares a beautiful inspirational new music with the rest of the world, a new song he titled ‘Take Heart’ Clearly from the song, West is speaking calmness into the troubled waters, he speaks peace into the perplexed minds and soul as the world goes through a first of its kind novel pandemic – COVID-19.
10. Cory Asbury – Father’s House
‘The Father’s House’ is a welcoming invitation to “lay your burdens down here in the Father’s house,” the single is Asbury’s first new music following a year-long sabbatical in the wake of his 2018 genre-defying megahit, “Reckless Love.”