Heaven In The Real World- Steven Curtis Chapman 4. . Wow Gospel is a notable brand that premieres an annual collection of top selling artists from Traditional to Contemporary Gospel! The lyrics are not as simplistic and trite as with Can't Censor Me before it but, it's not as consistent as the cd that follows. Secret is an evangelistic song that rocks in the same vein as Some Kind of Zombie. Purchase Here: Track Listing — Disc 1: God Is My Refuge Live Radio Edit — Fred Hammond Everlasting God — William Murphy feat.
While Never be as Big as Jesus put things in perspective, King just doesn't do as much for me as others claim of it. Children Of The World- Amy Grant 3. Sweet Days Of Grace- Cindy Morgan 19. The Class Of '95- Wayne Watson 29. Step Of Faith- Carmen 27. Good People and Bag Lady encourage us to not judge others by mere sight. Home Run- Geoff Moore And The Distance 24.
Biggest Part Of Me- Take 6 20. Audio A offers up another smattering of Christian rock here that not only displays their talent, but their hearts and their ministry. Though not their best, still very good. For Future Generations- 4Him 10. Other songs that provide us with an encouraging future include See Through and Gloryland. The Anchor Holds- Ray Boltz 30.
Send Out A Prayer- Annointed 22. The Great Divide- Point Of Grace 9. This is a great pop cd for teens that rocks, at least at times. Go Light Your World- Kathy Troccoli 21. Don't Look Away- Bryan Duncan 18. Build My World Around You- Sandi Patty 17. This power packed compilation returns with the best in gospel music, praise and worship anthems and top ballads to hit radio of 2018.
This is positive music for teenagers with an obvious Christian message and is fun to listen to. Deep Calling Deep- Margaret Becker 11. Cry For Love- Michael W. God Is In Control- Twila Paris 5. When Love Comes To Life- When Love Comes To Life- Out Of The Grey 13. The True Believers- Phil Keaggy 15.
Brother's Keeper- Rich Mullins 23. Although some of their experiments here don't work out all that well, there is still much to like. While Audio A obviously senses a divine purpose behind their music, they a lso show the humourous side of life as well. Common Creed- Wes King 14. There is also a good cover and some impromtu stuff as well. I've been a big fan of theirs since '96; I originally had this album on cassette.
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