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Songs for the Lord’s Supper Part 4

Songs for the Lord’s Supper Part 4
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Here is the fourth of a series on new songs that are appropriate and worshipful to sing at the Lord’s Supper.  You can see all the articles in the series – LS Songs. These songs are picked based on the words (not all will agree on every line) and the tunes. They are singable by a congregation even though some may be easier than others.

  1. What a Beautiful Name by Brooke Ligertwood and Ben Fielding
    • What a blessed truth that “In my Father’s house there’s a place for me”
  2. Rescuer by Rend Collective
    • This is a bit more up tempo but full of thanksgiving to the Lord Jesus
  3. Who You Say I Am by Ben Fielding and Reuben Morgan
  4. Living Hope by Phil Wickham and Brian Johnson
    • Who could imagine so great a mercy?
      What heart could fathom such boundless grace?
      The God of ages stepped down from glory
      To wear my sin and bear my shame
      The cross has spoken, I am forgiven
      The King of kings calls me His own
      Beautiful Savior, I’m Yours forever
      Jesus Christ, my living hope
  5. Simplicity by Rend Collective
    • A beautiful song of worship and surrender before the Lord
  6. Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone) by Chris Tomlin and Louie Giglio (original by John Newton)
    • A new version of the most famous song in Christian history
  7. Oh the Deep Deep Love by Bob Kauflin (original by Samuel Trevor Francis)
    • Another update of an old classic
  8. Jesus I Come by Christopher Joel Brown and Steven Furtick
    • “Thank You Jesus, just as I am I come. Hallelujah, Oh what amazing love”
  9. God You Are My God by Rory Noland, Paul Mabury and Jason Ingram
    • The bridge can be tricky but could be left out if it doesn’t work for your church
  10. I Stand in Awe of You  by Mark Altrogge
    • Standing as a church before the awesomeness of the Lord is a precious thing.

Crawford Paul

Crawford is an elder at Rolling Meadows Bible Chapel in Ontario and has a passion for the assemblies. He and his wife Beth serve in various ways within the assembly to build up and encourage the believers. He is president of Legacy Ministries Canada, an organization focused on helping individual Christians, local churches and Christian organizations with financial, legal and governance matters. Check it out at legacycanada.org

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