15 More Songs to Invest In

Last year, we introduced a list of 26 songs that would be good to spend some money on. That list represented the most used songs during the period stretching from April of 2014 to April of 2015. Well, it is now May of 2016 and it would make sense to add an addendum to that list: What songs have found themselves among the most used at Greenville Grace in 2016.

Of course, when I pulled up the list, many of the songs we used were repeats from the year before. So, I’ve taken the liberty of removing the repeats and only setting before you the new (or rediscovered) items in 2016.

Below you’ll find the 16 songs that we did 4 or more times in 2016. Some of these songs are new songs (like New Again), some are re-workings of former songs (such as Amazing Grace), while still others represent songs that we’ve done for years but seemed to find new favor in our musical worship.

Also, all of these songs have been added to the playlist entitled “Greenville Grace” on Spotify.

I hope this list helps you as you seek to worship with God’s people corporately.

  1. “Alas, And Did My Savior Bleed” (re-written at Grace)
  2. “All Creatures of Our God and King” by David Crowder Band on the album Hymns: Ancient and Modern (iTunes | Amazon)
  3. “Amazing Grace” as recorded by Citizens on the album Already Not Yet (iTunes | Amazon)
  4. “Blessed Is The One” as recorded by Sovereign Grace Music on the album Psalms (iTunes | Amazon)
  5. “Come Praise and Glorify” as recorded by Sovereign Grace Music on the album The Gathering (iTunes | Amazon)
  6. “Come Thou Fount” as recorded by King’s Kaleidoscope on the album Asaph’s Arrows (iTunes | Amazon)
  7. “Here Is Love” as recorded by Passion on the album Hymns:Ancient and Modern (iTunes | Amazon)
  8. “Holy, Holy, Holy” (re-arranged at Grace)… but you should check out this one (iTunes | Amazon)
  9. “How Great Thou Art” as recorded by Citizens on the album Join the Triumph (iTunes | Amazon)
  10. “In Tenderness” as recorded by Citizens on the album Already Not Yet (iTunes | Amazon)
  11. “New Again” as recorded by Sojourn Music on the album New Again (iTunes | Amazon)
  12. “Only Your Blood” as recorded by Sojourn Music on the album Over the Grave (iTunes | Amazon)
  13. “Rock of Ages” as recorded by Brooks Ritter on The War (iTunes | Amazon)
  14. “Shine Into Our Night” as recorded by Sovereign Grace Music on The Gathering (iTunes | Amazon)
  15. “The Prodigal” as recorded by The Gospel Coalition on the album Songs for the Book of Luke (iTunes | Amazon)
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