Let Easter and Music Converge!

Music has always, and will probably always, speak to me. So, of course, music is one way I will remember Christ Jesus’ sacrifice as I join family on this holiday weekend.

I’ll keep this short and let the music carry the blog this week. In remembrance of the sacrifice Christ made for all of us ~ May you enjoy the music and have a blessed and memorable weekend. Happy Easter!

Golgatha Hill by Crowder

Note – Golgotha is another name for Calvary, the place where Jesus the Messiah was crucified.

Golgatha Hill is from Crowder’s album “I Know A Ghost”.

Forever by Kari Jobe

Forever is from Kari Jobe’s album Majestic.

Ain’t No Grave by Bethel Music

Ain’t No Grave is Bethel Music’s album Victory (Live).

Ghost by Passion ft. Crowder

Ghost featuring Crowder is from Passion’s album Whole Heart (Live).

Yahweh by Rend Collective

Yahweh is from Rend Collective’s album Good News.

In Christ Alone by Celtic Worship

This version of In Christ Alone is from Celtic Worship’s album Homeward.

May the Lord fill you will a wellspring of hope and joy so strong others can’t help but want to know the Christ within you.

Those are songs that spoke to me. What about YOU? What are your favorite songs for this season?

Happy Easter!

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2 Replies to “Let Easter and Music Converge!”

  1. I heard Kari Job live while on a trip with our church youth. The sky had been threatening rain all day, but as she was singing the final refrain of “Forever,” the dark clouds parted, and beams of light came streaming down. It was one of those “God moments.” 😉

    1. 😮 Oh, my goodness. What an experience! And an awesome God moment you can always testify to. Thanks for sharing!

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