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Below is a list of songs included as standard with SongPro version 5 You can of course add your own songs and/or import various song books.

Title followed by author

'Twas on that night when doomed to know, John Morrison
1 2 3 Holy Trinity, Jonathan Jevons
5000 + hungry folk, Ian Smale
A charge to keep I have, Charles Wesley
A covenant keeping (Very God), Godfrey Birtill
A debtor to mercy alone, Augustus Montague Toplady
A Father to the fatherless, Paul Oakley
A few more years shall roll, Horatius Bonar
A frame so beautifully formed (All my shame), Ben and Hannah Dunnett
A glorious company we sing, Albert F. Bayly
A good High Priest is come, John Cennick
A great and mighty wonder, Germanus (c. 634-734) tr. John Mason Neale (1818-6
A life of overcoming, Freda Hanbury Alien
A love so amazing (Love so amazing), Paul Oakley
A love so undeserved (Amazing), Matt Redman
A man had been an invalid (The bubbling pool at Bethesda), Ian Smale
A man was heading for Jericho (Jerusalem to Jericho), Ian Smale
A master planned a special banquet (3 men and a banquet), Ian Smale
A mighty mystery we set forth, George Rawson (1807-89)
A mind full of questions (You are love), Rend Collective Experiment
A new commandment, Unknown. Arr. Margaret Evans
A new life (Grace abounds), Johnny Parks
A pearl always starts out (Pearl), Gareth Robinson
A rabbit can hop around, Ian Smale
A refuge for the poor (This is our God), Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
A rich man a farmer (A bigger barn), Ian Smale
A safe stronghold our God is still, Martin Luther (1483-1546)
A Saviour on a hill (Saviour), Darlene Zschech
A sovereign protector I have, AUGUSTUS M. TOPLADY (1740-78) altd.
A Stranger once did bless the earth, JOHN CLARE (1793-1864) altd. and compilers
A thousand times (from the inside out), Joel Houston
A Virgin most pure as prophets do tell, Traditional
A woman had silver coins (10 silver coins), Ian Smale
A wonderful Saviour is Jesus my Lord, Fanny J. Crosby
Abba Father, Dave Bilbrough
Abba Father we approach Thee, James George Deck (1807-1884)
Abide with me, Words: Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) Music: William Henry Monk (1823-1889)
Abiding Oh so wondrous sweet, Charles B. J. Root
ABOVE ALL , Lenny LeBlanc & Paul Baloche
Accepted highly favoured of the Lord (I receive), Peter Wilson / Israel Houghton
According to thy gracious word, James Montgomery
Across the earth Your praises rise, Reuben Morgan, Matt Crocker & Mike Guglielmucci
After I've done everything (I will stand), Godfrey Birtill
Ah holy Jesus how hast thou offended, based on Johann Heermann (1585-1647)
Ahh God is love (God is love), Julia Plaut
Alas and did my Saviour bleed, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
All around the world, Paul Oakley
All around the world (Become what you believe), Mark Tedder
All around this very hour, Johnson Oatman
All around Your throne, Sue Rinaldi
All as God wills who wisely heeds, J G WHITTIER (1807-92)
All Because Of The Cross , Paul Baloche & Ben Gowell
All because of You, David Ostby
All creation cries to You (God is great), Marty Sson
All creation is a song , Graham Kendrick & Paul Baloche
All Creatures of our God and King, St Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) Arr: David Crowder
All for love, Mia Fieldes
All Glory Laud and Honour, Theodulph of Orleans, tr. John Mason Neale
All glory to God in the sky, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
All glory to the King (Ever faithful God), Paul Oakley & Chris Spring
All God's creatures got a place in the choir (Look like a fool), Matt Maher& Bill Staines
All hail the Lamb, Dave Bilbrough
All hail the power, Edward Perronet (1726-92)/John Rippon (1751-1836)
All hail the power of Jesus' name, Edward Perronet (1726 - 92)Revised by John Rippon (1751 - 1836)
All heaven declares, Noel and Tricia Richards
All heaven waits, Graham Kendrick / Chris Rolinson
All I am Lord (All of me), Tre Sheppard
All I have and all I am (All to You), Eoghan Heaslip & Neil Bennetts
All I have and all I am (Build this house), Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham & busbee
All my days (Beautiful Saviour), Stuart Townend
All my days to love You (Singing hallelujah), David Gate
All my heart this night rejoices, Paul Gerhardt (1607-76) tr. Catherine Winkworth (1
All my hope on God is founded, Robert Bridges (1844-1930) alt based on Joachim Ne
All of me, Gareth Robinson
All of me Jesus You have all of me, Martyn Layzell & busbee
All of my heart (Forever), Godfrey Birtill
All of my life (Jericho), Ben Cantelon
All of my lifetime, Dave Clifton/Noel Richards
All of your questions and all that you hide (Come as you are), Tre Sheppard,Tori Sheppard & Kathryn Scott
All over the world, Roy Turner
All over this world, Noel & Tricia Richards & Wayne Drain
All people that on earth do dwell, Willilam Kethe (d. 1594)
All praise to our redeeming Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
All praise to thee for thou O King divine, F. Bland Tucker (1895-
All stand applaud your Father God (Chainbreaker),
All that I am, James Wright
All the Heavens Praise (Great and Glorious), Jo Petch
All the idols speak deceit (Fruitful vineyard), Godfrey Birtill
All the Kings will bow, David Gate
All the way my Saviour Leads Me, Fanny J Crosby (1820-1915)/Arr.& add.lyrics by Chris Tomlin & Matt Redman
All the way my Saviour leads me (All that I am), Fanny J Crosby (1820-1915) Chris Bowater
All things are possible to him, Charles Wesley
All things are possible to them, Charles Wesley (1707- 88)
All things bright and beautiful, Words: Cecil F. Alexander (1818-1895) Music: W H Monk (1823-1889)
All things fade (Rock of life), Luke Hellebronth
All things praise thee Lord most high, George William Conder (1821-74)
All we have is Yours (Going Your way), Simon Brading & Joseph Tuson
All who believe and are baptized, THOMAS H. KINGO (1634-1703)
All ye that pass by, Charles Wesley
All ye that seek the Lord who died, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Allelu alleluia glory to the Lord, Max Dyer 1974
Alleluia Alleluia, W. W. HOW (1823-97)
Alleluia Alleluia Alleluia, G. K. A. BELL (1883-1958)*
Alleluia Sing to Jesus, William Chatterton Dix (1837-98)
Almighty Father of all things that be, Ernest Edward Dugmore (1843-1925) alt.
Almighty Father who dost give, J. H. B. Masterman (1867-1933)
Almighty God my redeemer (All things are possible), Darlene Zschech.
Almighty God thy word is cast, John Cawood (1775-1852) and others
Almighty God we bring you praise, Austin Martin
Almighty Sovereign Lord (Stretch out Your hand), Phil Lawson Johnston
Almost persuaded now to believe, Philipp P. Bliss
Alone you once went forth O Lord, Peter Abelard (1079-1142)
Amazing Grace, Words: John Newton (1725-1807)
Amazing Grace (Brading), John Newton (1725-1807) John P Rees (1828- 1900)
Amazing Grace (Fellingham), John Newton (1725-1807) Adapt. Nathan Fellingham
Amazing Grace (My chains are gone), John Newton (1725-1807) John P Rees (1828- 1900) Edwin O Excell (1851-1921)
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone), John Newton (1725-1807)John P Rees (1828- 1900)Edwin O Excell (1851-1921) Arr. & add. chorus Chris Tomlin & Louie Giglio
Amazing love, Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham and busbee
Amidst us our Beloved stands, Charles H. Spurgeon
An army of ordinary people, Dave Bilbrough
Ancient of Days You never change, Andy Ferrett
And after all (Unashamed), Paul Oakley
And are we yet alive, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
And art thou come with us to dwell, Dora Greenwell (1821-82)
And as we talked (Bravery), Charlie Hall & J.D. Walt
And can it be, Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Arr by: Chris Eaton, John Hartley & Gareth Robinson
And can it be, Words: Charles Wesley (1707-88) Music: Thomas Campbell (1777-1844)
And can it be that I should gain, CHARLES WESLEY (1707-88)
And he set me on fire (You are my joy), David Crowder
And I can see (I will overcome), Charlie Hall
And I wake up (Waking up), Charlie Hall
And I'm forgiven (You are my King/Amazing Love), Billy James Foote
And now O Father mindful of the love, William Bright (1824-1901)
And the blessing of the Lord, Brian Houston
And the problem is (Surely we can change), David Crowder
And we sing (God the victorious), John Hartley/Gary Sadler
Angel Voices Ever Singing, Words: Francis Pott (1832- 1909) Music: Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
Angels from the realms of glory, James Montgomery (1771-1845) Arr. Jackie Williams
Angels sing, Julia Plaut/Sue Cunynghame
Angels we have heard on high, Traditional Arr. Chris Tomlin
Angels we have on heard high (Deo), Paul Baloche (Traditional)
Angels, From The Realms Of Glory, James Montgomery
Another round another day (Home), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice,
Another year has now begun, Christopher Wordsworth
Any crown I've ever worn (You are worthy), Darlene Zschech
Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go, Jessie B Pounds (1861-1921)
Are the prayers of the saints (The prayers of the saints), Matt Redman
Are we left here on our own (Come awake), David Crowder / Mike Hogan / Jason Solley
Are you looking for the fulness, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
Are you ready (R U Ready), Godfrey Birtill
Are you weary are you heavy-hearted, Jeremiah Eames Rankin (1828-1904)
Arise arise good Christian, Bernard F Cluney (12th cent)
Arise for the glory of the Lord (Arise), Johnny Parks
Arise my soul arise, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Arm of the Lord awake awake, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Around Thy grave Lord Jesus, James G. Deck
As a child of the Lord, Jonny Moore-Crispin
As far as the east (What more), Evan Rogers
As for me and my house, Jim Bailey
As high as the heavens (The voice of hope), Lara Martin
As I look around me (Hi diddle de hi hi), Ian Smale
As I march around the room (Josua at Jericho), Ian Smale
As I sing my songs of praise to You, Stuart Barbour
As I think on the cross (Oh the blood), Darlene Zschech
As Jacob with travel was weary one day, Anonymous (18th Century)
As Jonah ran (Lover of my soul), Johnny Parks
As morning dawns and evening fades (Your Name), Paul Baloche & Glenn Packiam
As pants the hart for cooling streams, Nahum Tate (1652-1715)
As the bride is to her chosen, para. from John Tauler (c.1300-61)
As the bridegroom to his chosen, Paraphrased from John Tauler (1300-61) by Ema Francis Bevan
As the light of the sun (Lord of the harvest), Andy Bromley & Chris Bowater
As we are gathered, John Daniels
As we come into Your presence (Because of Your Love), Brenton Brown/Paul Baloche
As we come today (Holy moment), Matt Redman
As we humbly walk with God (By His grace), Steve Woods
As we lift up Your name (Revival Fire Fall), Paul Baloche
As we seek Your face, Dave Bilbrough
As With Gladness, W. C. Dix
As with gladness men of old, William Chatterton Dix (1837-98)
As your family Lord, Anonymous
Astounded by the mystery, Paul Oakley
At even when the sun was set, Henry Twells (1823-1900)
At the foot of the cross, Tré Sheppard
At the name of Jesus, Caroline Maria Noel (1817 - 77)
At the start He was there (The glory of it all), David Crowder
At thy feet O Christ we lay, William Bright (1824-1901)
At Your feet we fall (I am He that liveth), David Fellingham.
Author of faith eternal Word, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Author of life divine, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Awake awake O Zion (Our God reigns), Nathan Fellingham
Awake awake to love and work, Geoffrey Anketell Studdert-Kennedy (1883-1929)
Awake my God and move (Justice be my light), Johnny Parks and Claire Hamilton
Awake my soul, Martin Smith, Chris Llewellyn, Gareth Gilkeson & Chris Tomlin
Awake my soul and with the sun, Thomas Ken (1637-1711)
Awake my soul stretch every nerve, PHILIP DODDRIDGE (1702-51)
Awake O Church, Matt Redman
Awake our souls away our fears, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Awaken Us, Travis Ryan, Matt Redman, & Brandon Collins
Awaken us to see (Suddenly), Vicky Beeching
Away in a manger, John Thomas McFarland
Away in a manger, William James Kirkpatrick
Away my needless fears, Charles Wesley
Away with our fears Our troubles and tears, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Away with our fears The glad morning appears, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Awesome God, Graeme Clark
Baby Jesus In The Manger, Gill Broomhall
Baby Jesus in the manger (Noel), Gill Broomhall
Be careful for nothing (Be careful), Mark Beswick & Howard Francis
Be free in the love of God, Dave Bilbrough
Be glad in the Lord and rejoice, Mary E Servoss (born 1849)
Be glorified, Nick Herbert & John Peters
Be it my only wisdom here, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Be Known To Us In Breaking Bread, James Montgomery
Be lifted up, Paul Oakley
Be not alone (May God hold you), David Lyon
Be on your guard, Doug Horley
Be still and know, Lex Loizides.
Be still and know, Mark Tedder
Be still for the presence of the Lord, David J. Evans
BE STILL, THERE IS A HEALER, Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher & Louie Giglio
Be the reason we are here (To make Your name great), John Hartley, Kelly Minter & Gary Sadler
Be thou my vision, T. Mary E. Byrne (1880-1931) & Eleanor H. Hull (1860-1935)
Beautiful are the words (Closer), Charlie Hall, Kendall Combes,
Beautiful Lord (The Potter's hand), Darlene Zschech
Beautiful words of Jesus, Eliza E. Hewitt
Beauty unspoken, Paul Oakley
Because thou hast said, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Been searching all my lifetime (Someone I can live for), Ken Riley
Before creation's time (Breathe), Andy Smith
Before the cock crew twice,
Before the day before the light (Made to worship), Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash & Stephen Sharp
Before The Throne Of God Above, Charitie L. Bancroft (1841-92)
Before the world began (You alone), Ben Cantelon & Nick Herbert
Befriended, Matt Redman
Begin my soul some heavenly theme, Isaac Watts
Begin my tongue some heavenly theme, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Begone unbelief My Saviour is near, John Newton (1725-1807)
Behold a little child, William Walsham How (1823-97) and Donald McIlhagga
Behold how good a thing, Charles Wesley
Behold Me standing at the door, Fanny J. Crosby
Behold the amazing gift of love, Scottish Paraphrases (1781) alt.
Behold the great Creator makes, THOMAS PESTEL (c.1584-1659) altd.
Behold the Lamb (The Communion Hymn), Stuart Townend, Keith & Kristyn Getty
Behold the Lamb of glory comes (In Majesty He rides), Robert Critchley
Behold the Lord, Gerald Coates & Noel Richards.
Behold the mountain of the Lord (5 verses), Michael Bruce (1746-1767) Adpt. by John Logan 1781
Behold the mountain of the Lord (7 verses), Scottish Translations and Paraphrases 1745
Behold the servant of the Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Behold the temple of the Lord, Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)
Behold the throne of grace, John Newton
Behold us Lord a little space, John Ellerton (1826-93)
Beholding Your beauty (Lord of lords), Brooke Fraser
Being of beings God of love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Believe not those who say, Anne Bronte (1820-49)
Believe the truth (Spinning), Lou & Nathan Fellingham & busbee
Bells they are ringing (Name over all), Jim Bailey.
Beloved and Blessed, Stuart Townend
Beloved let us love for love is of God, H. BONAR (1808-89) altd.
Beneath the cross of Jesus (Clephane), Elizabeth C. Clephane (1830 - 69)
Beneath the cross of Jesus (Getty), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Beneath the shade of our vine and fig-tree, COLIN HODGETTS
Bethlehem of noblest cities, Prudentius (348-c. 410)
Beyond the mist and doubt, DONALD WYNN HUGHES (1911-67) altd.
Beyond these present sufferings (Beautiful in my sight), Nick Herbert & John Peters
Beyond this lifetime (The Cross Stands), Tim Hughes, Nick Herbert, Ben Cantelon & Matt Redman
Bigger than the air (You), Rob Hill, Tim Hughes, Jon Mann Smith
Bind us together, Bob Gillman
Bless the Lord O my soul, Godfrey Birtill
Blessed are the people, Godfrey Birtill
Blessed are the poor (Unwavering), Matt Maher
Blessed are You (Go and shine), Mark Tedder
Blessed Assurance, Words: Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915) Music: Phoebe Palmer Knapp (1839-1908)
Blessed assurance (2009), New Music & Words Adaptation: Chris McClarney, John Hartley & Chris Eaton
Blessed be Your name, Matt & Beth Redman
Blessed City heavenly Salem, tr. John Mason Neale (1818-66) alt.
Blessed city heavenly Salem (7th cent), John Mason Neale Latin, 7th cent.
Blessed is the service of our Lord and King, Eliza E. Hewitt
Blessed Spirit (Puritan prayer), Stuart Townend
Blessing honour glory and power (Our Lord God Almighty reigns), Eoghan Heaslip
Blest are the humble souls that see, Isaac Watts
Blest are the pure in heart, John Keble
Blest are the saints O God, Augustus Montague Toplady (1740-78) alt.
Blest be the dear uniting love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Blest be the everlasting God, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Blest be the tie that binds (5 verses), John Fawcett (1740-1817) alt.
Blest be the tie that binds (6 verses), John Fawcett
Blow mighty breath of God, Anthony Skinner/Ross Huskinson/Tom Lane/Scott MacLeod
Born where the shadows lie, Keith & Kristyn Getty
Bread of heaven on thee we feed, JOSIAH CONDER (1789-1855) altd.
Bread of the world in mercy broken, Reginald Heber (1783-1826)
Break our hearts Lord (Beyond us), Johnny Parks
Break thou the bread of life, Mary Artemesia Lathbury, (1841-1913),
Breathe on me (Living breath), Paul Oakley
Breathe on me Breath of God, Edwin Hatch (1835-89)
Breathe on me, breath of God (Awake my Soul), Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves, Jason Ingram, Daniel Carson
Breathe Your breath in me (Lift), Ken Riley
Breathtaking, Paul Oakley
Bright the vision that delighted, Richard Mant (1776-1848)
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, Reginald Heber
Broken Hearts can Sing, Tom Read, Marc James & Tim Hughes
Broken I am whole with You again (O love my love), Tre Sheppard
Brothers let us come together (By our love), Christy Nockels
By Christ redeemed in Christ restored, George Rawson
By faith we see the hand of God, Stuart Townend. Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty
By the Cross of Jesus standing, Horatius Bonar
By You and to You (Everything resolves), Evan Rogers
By Your side, Noel & Tricia Richards
Called to be a witness (Not ashamed), Keith and Kristyn Getty
Can a nation be changed, Matt Redman
Can a thousand souls (Dreamers of impossible dreams), Robert Critchley
Can I ascend (I'm coming up the mountain), Matt Redman
Can I call You my friend (At the cross), Ken Riley
Can I forget bright Eden's grace, William Williams (1717-91)
Can we walk upon the water, Matt Redman
Can you feel it, David Crowder/Patrick Dodd/Jeremy Bush/Mike Dodson
Can you hear the joyful noise (Join the angel's song), Julie Steventon
Can you hear there's a new song (A new Hallelujah), Michael W. Smith, Paul Baloche & Debbie Smith
Can't understand the cost of grace (All for Jesus), Mark Tedder, John Hartley & Tom Lane
Captain of Israel's host and Guide, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Cast your worries to Him (Jump up) (with rap), Doug Horley & Efrem Buckle
Caught in the half-light (The way I was made), Ed Cash Jesse Reeves & Chris Tomlin
Celebrate in the Lord (Dancing on Holy ground), Evan Rogers
Child in the manger, MARY MACDONALD (1789-1872)
Children of Jerusalem, John Henley
Children of Jerusalem (4 verses), John Henley (1800-42)
Children of the heavenly King, John Cennick.
Chill and cold and flakes of snow (Scenes), Brian Bergman/Charlie Hall/Dustin Ragland/Kendall Combes/Quint Anderson
Christ above all glory seated, c. 5th Century tr. James Russell Woodford (1820-85
Christ be in my waking, Stuart Townend / Simon Brading
Christ for me, Edwin Brown
Christ for the world we sing, Samuel Wolcott (1813-86)
Christ from whom all blessings flow, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Christ is made the sure foundation, John Mason Neale
Christ is risen Hallelujah, John S.B. Monsell
Christ is the foundation, John S. B. Monsell
Christ is the world's Redeemer, Duncan MacCregor (1854-1923)
Christ Jesus lay in death's strong bands, MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546)
Christ our mighty Captain, Carrie Breck (1855-1934)
Christ the King of glory, Frances R Havergall (1836-1879)
Christ the Lord is risen again, MICHAEL WEISSE (C.1480-1534)
Christ the Lord is risen again, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Christ the Lord is risen today, Words: Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Music: Phoebe Palmer Knapp (1839-1908)
Christ the Lord is risen today Hallelujah (6 verses), Charles Wesley
Christ was born in Bethlehem, Anonymous
Christ when for us you were baptized, F. Bland Tucker (1895-)
Christ who knows all his sheep, RICHARD BAXTER (1615-91)
Christ whose glory fills the skies, Words: Charles Wesley (d1788) Music: William Havergal (d1870)
Christ will me His aid afford, Johnson Oatman Jr.
Christians awake salute the happy morn, John Byrom
Christians Awake!, J. Byrom, altd
Christmas, Alison Croxford
Church of God belov'd and chosen, Frances R. Havergal
City of God how broad and far, Samuel Johnson (1822-82)
Clap your hands, Gareth Robinson
Clap your hands and stamp your feet (Praising Jesus everywhere), Ralph Ward
Clap your hands ye people all, Charles Wesley
Close to me, Tre Sheppard
Clothed with splendour (Awesome God), Andy Bromley & Chris Donohue
Colours of day (Light up the fire), Sue McClellan, John Paculabo &;Keith Ryecroft
Come all who are weary (Everlasting arms), Vicky Beeching
Come all you vagabonds (Vagabonds), Stuart Townend / Mark Edwards / Phil Baggaley
Come and behold, Nathan Fellingham & Michael Sandeman
Come and join us in the celebration, Dave Blaylock
Come and let us sweetly join, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come and listen come to the waters edge, David Crowder
Come and meet the Lord (Spirit of the Lord), Andrew Mitchell
Come and praise Him royal priesthood, Andy Carter
Come close to me (All the way), Stuart Garrard & Martin Smith
Come dearest Lord descend and dwell, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Come divine Interpreter, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come Down O Love Divine, after Bianco da Siena (1367-1434), Richard F. Litt
Come every thankful heart, Samuel Stennett (1727-1795)
Come Father Son and Holy Ghost, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come Holy Ghost all quickening fire, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come Holy Ghost our hearts inspire, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come Holy Ghost our souls inspire, John Cosin (1594-1672)
Come Holy Ghost thine influence shed, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come Holy Spirit, Lucy Loo
Come Holy Spirit come, Joseph Hart (1712-1767)
Come Holy Spirit heavenly Dove, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Come Holy Spirit raise our songs, Charles Wesley
Come into my life (In my life), David André Řstby
Come Jesus Lord with holy fire, Charles Wesley
Come let us all unite and sing, Howard Kingsbury (c. 1850)
Come let us anew, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come let us enter, Nathan Fellingham,Lou Fellingham & busbee
Come let us go (Maranatha), Matt Maher
Come let us join our cheerful songs, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Come let us join our friends above, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come let us return to the Lord (Gloria), Brenton Brown & Matt Maher
Come let us seek peace for this city (Turn back the battle), Godfrey Birtill
Come let us sing, Keith Getty & Kristyn Lennox
Come let us sing of a wonderful love, Robert Walmsley (1831-1905)
Come let us to the Lord our God, Scottish Paraphrases
Come let us use the grace divine, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come let us who in Christ believe, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come let us with our Lord arise, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come let us worship, Nathan Fellingham
Come Lord to our souls come down, H. C. A. GAUNT (1902-83)
Come my soul thy suit prepare, John Newton (1725-1807)
Come my Way my Truth my Life, GEORGE HERBERT (1593-1633)
Come O Spirit of the fear of the Lord, Godfrey Birtill
Come O thou all-victorious Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come O Thou Prophet of the Lord, Charles Wesley
Come O thou Traveller unknown, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come on and celebrate (Celebrate), Patricia Morgan & Dave Bankhead
Come on in and join the party, J D Bullen
Come on lift your voice in praise (King of Kings), Terl Bryant/Jules Bryant/Noel Robinson
Come on my soul, Rend Collective Experiment
Come people of the risen King, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty and Stuart Townend
Come praise the Lord (Every breath), Keith Getty & Kristyn Getty
Come Saviour Jesus from above, John Wesley
Come see the beauty of the Lord, Graham Kendrick
Come see this glorious light (Blessing and honour), Stuart Townend
Come sinners to the gospel feast, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come sinners to the Living One, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
Come Spirit all our hearts inspire, CHARLES WESLEY (1707-88) altd.
Come thou everlasting Spirit, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come thou Fount of every blessing, Robert Robinson (1735-90) alt.
Come thou Holy Spirit come, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78) and others
Come Thou long expected Jesus, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Come thou long expected Jesus, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Come to me all you who are weary, Doug Horley
Come to the Saviour make no delay, George Frederick Root (1820-95)
Come to the water, Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Come unto Me ye weary, William C Dix (1837-1898) Music: Ian Hannah Music
Come we that love the Lord, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748) altd.
Come ye faithful raise the anthem, John Mason Neale and others based on J. Hupton
Come ye faithful raise the strain, John of Damascus (c. 750) tr. John Mason Neale
Come ye sinners poor and needy, Joseph Hart
Come ye thankful people come, Henry Alford (1810-71)
Come ye yourselves apart and rest awhile, Edward H. Bickersteth
Come, come let us return, Matt Redman
Coming to worship (Great God), Geraldine Latty and Carey Luce
Command thy blessing from above, James Montgomery (1771-1854)
Commit thou all thy griefs, John Wesley (1703-91)
Concluding Praise, Unknown
Condemnation falls away (Greatest gift), Matt Redman & Peter Wilson
Cover me (Look to the cross), Dave George
Crack kids track kids (Hookers and robbers), Charlie Hall
Cradled in a manger, George Stringer Rowe (1830-1913)
Create in me, David Fellingham
Create in me (Heart cry for purity), Chris Bowater & David Lyon
Create in me (Pure pure heart), Matt Redman
Creation Sings The Father's Song, Keith & Kristyn Getty and Stuart Townend
Creator Spirit by whose aid, John Dryden (1631-1700) alt.
Creator Sustainer (Wonderful), Brenton Brown & Doug Bacon
Crimson blood (Because of love), Mark Tedder
Cross of Jesus, Keith Getty & Kristyn Lennox
Crown Him With Many Crowns, Matthew Bridges & Godfrey Thring / Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash & Matt Maher
Crying seems to hurt me (Bloom again), Charlie Hall
Dance (Joy is in this place), John Newton (1725-1807) & Tim Hughes
Darkness like a shroud (Arise shine), Graham Kendrick
Day after day I'll search to find you (Day after day), Tim Hughes
Day by day (I am carried), Geoff Bullock
Day by day dear Lord, attrib. RICHARD OF CHICHESTER (c.1197-1253) altd.
Day will follow after midnight (Don't give up), Geraldine Latty
Dear Lord and Father of mankind, John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-92)
Dear Master in whose life I see, John Hunter (1848-1917)
Dear Saviour in your name, JOSEPH ADAM (1841-1919)
Deck thyself my soul with gladness, Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Defender of this heart (Remain), Ben Cantelon
Depth of mercy can there be, Charles Wesley
Desperate to see Your glory (Desperate), Ian Yates
Did you feel the mountains tremble, Martin Smith
Do I wipe the tear (Promise), Martin Smith
Do not fear, Doug Horley
Do not forget, Julia Plaut
Do you believe in the Father God (Do you believe it?), Andi Markham
Do you love to praise the Lord (echo), Wayne Drain, Noel Richards, Wayne Freeman, Neil Costello & Bradley Mason
Do you remember hearing His name (First Love), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Doesn't matter what people say (Extravagant worship), Vicky Beeching
Don't let this old world get you down (Don't), Keith Ross
Don't wanna stand here (Tell the world), Jonathan Douglass / Joel Houston / Marty Sampson
Down at the Cross where my Saviour died, Elisha A. Hoffman
Down in the valley with my Saviour I would go, William Orcutt Cushing (1823- 1902)
Draw me close never let me go (Draw me close), Simon Goodall
Draw me closer, Ian Hannah
Draw me to Your side Lord (Hold me), Brian Houston & Tom Brock
Draw near to us, Johnny Parks and Claire Hamilton
Draw nigh to thy Jerusalem O Lord, Variant from JEREMY TAYLOR (1613-67)
Dying with Jesus by death reckoned mine, Daniel W. Whittle
Each day I will continually praise (Your mercy endureth), Noel Robinson & Michelle-John Robinson
Early in the morning, Andy Bromley
Early in the morning (Jesus light of the world), Julia Plaut
Early in the morning (Wake up to Jesus), Keith & Linda Ross
Early morning break of dawn (He is Risen), Paul Baloche & Graham Kendrick
Earth rejoice our Lord is King, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Elohim Creator God (Blessing and honour), Aaron Keyes & Steve Hindalong
Emmanuel, Johnny Moore-Crispin
Endless mercy falls down (Many times), Simon Brading & Matt Redman
Ere God had built the mountains, William Cowper (1731-1800)
Ere I sleep for every favour, John Cennick (1718-55)
Eternal depth of love divine, Author Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-60)
Eternal Father strong to save, WILLIAM WHITING (1825-78) altd.
Eternal Light Eternal light, Thomas Binney
Eternal Power whose high abode, alt. John Wesley (1703-91)
Eternal Ruler of the ceaseless round, J. W. CHADWICK (1840-1904)
Eternal Son eternal Love, John Wesley (1703-91)
Even as the world began (All over the world), Matt Redman & Martin Smith
Even though I walk through the valley (You never let go), Matt & Beth Redman
Everlasting ever true (Everlasting), Sue Rinaldi & Caroline Bonnett
Everlasting God (Yesterday today and forever), Vicky Beeching
Every day I see more of Your beauty, Matt Redman
Every good and perfect gift (You'll be there), Becky Frith & Leah Broomfield
Every house is built by someone (God the builder), Julia Plaut
Every knee will bow (To You alone), Reuben Morgan
Every morning, Noel Richards & Wayne Drain
Everybody dance (All Your Saints), Matt Redman
Everybody sing (With God's power working in us), Doug Horley
Everyone around the world (On our side), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves & Ed Cash
Everyone needs compassion (Mighty to save), Reuben Morgan and Ben Fielding
Everything I am (Lay it down), Matt Maher & Brenton Brown
Everything I have (Acknowledge You), Andy Bromley
Everything must change (Every little thing), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
Exalted He is exalted (Yahweh), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves
Exalted He is exalted On high (Yahweh), Chris Tomlin/Jesse Reeves
Extended on a cursed tree, Paul Gerhardt tr. by John Wesley
Eye hath not seen thy glory;, F. W. EDDIS (1825-1905)
Fading away, Robert Critchley.
Fairest Lord Jesus, Words Tr: Joseph A Seiss (1823-1904) Music: Silesian Folk Tune Arr: John Hartley
Faith as small as a mustard seed, Doug Horley
Faith is being sure of what you hope for (Bish bash splish splash), Doug Horley
FAITHFUL FOREVER YOU ARE FAITHFUL, Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels & Ed Cash
Fallen from a perfect place (Finer day), Kelly Minter
Falling on my knees (Came to my rescue), Marty Sson, Dylan Thomas & Joel Davies
Far away in the depths of my spirit tonight, Warren D Cornell (1858-c. 1924)
Far far away in heathen darkness dwelling, James McCranahan
Father God created the world, Ian Smale
Father God fill this place (Father God), Dave Bilbrough.
Father God I wonder (I will sing Your praises), lan Smale
Father God we worship You, Graham Kendrick
Father hear the prayer we offer, LOVE MARIA WILLIS (1824-1908) and others
Father hold me (Over me), Chris Tomlin & Seth Walker
Father I come (I am Yours), Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham and busbee
Father I know that all my life, Anna L. Waring
Father I place into Your hands, Jenny Hewer
Father if justly still we claim, alt. John Wesley (1703-91)
Father in heaven (The Lord's Prayer), Jim Bailey.
Father in high heaven dwelling, George Rawson
Father in whom we live, Charles Wesley
Father into your courts I will enter (All the earth), Andrew Ulugia, Wayne Huirua & Jack Hayford (additional new verse)
Father lead me day by day, John Page Hopps (1834-1911)
Father let me dedicate (Be glorified), Verses by Lawrence Tuttiet (1825-1897)/Adpt. Matt Redman
Father let Thy kingdom come, John P. Hopps
Father most holy, Nathan Fellingham Adapt. of translation by Alfred Edward Alston (1862-1927)
Father most holy merciful and loving, Author c. 10th Century; tr. Alfred Edward Alston
Father O my Father (More than anything), Martyn & Emily Layzell
Father of all whose powerful voice, John Wesley (1703-91)
Father of everlasting grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Father of everlasting grace (My soul is complete), Phil Shaw
Father of heaven whose love profound, Edward Cooper. (1770-1833)
Father of Jesus Christ - my Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Father of life (Anchor), Geraldine Latty & Andrew Small
Father of life draw me closer (Let the peace of God reign), Darlene Zschech
Father of peace and God of love, Scottish Paraphrases (1781) alt.
Father Son and Holy Ghost, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Father we give you thanks who planted, F. Bland Tucker (1895- ) and others
Father we have sinned (Repentance), Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Father we praise you now the night is over, attrib. GREGORY THE GREAT (c.540-604)
Father who on man dost shower, Percy Dearmer (1867-1936)
Father whose everlasting love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Father You are holy, Geraldine Latty & Mike Pears
Father You are holy (Our prayer), David Lyon
Father You are my shelter (Needing You), Vicky Beeching
Father You have given (Not to us), Robert Critchley.
Father Your love, Robert Critchley
Fear not I am with thee, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
Fear not O little flock (Rise up), Godfrey Birtill
Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep, Godfrey Tring (1823-1903)
Fight the good fight with all thy might, John S. B. Monsell
Fill my cup, Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Fill Thou my life O Lord my God, Horatius Bonar
Filled with compassion (For all the people who live on the earth), Noel Richards / Tricia Richards
Find me in the river, Martin Smith
Fire by night cloud by day (We will not go), John Hartley, Kelly Minter, Stephen Leiweke & Henk Pool
First in pouring out Your love (First), Geraldine Latty
Fling out the banner Let it float, George W. Doane
For a world-wide revival, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
For all the Lord has done for me, Charles H. Gabriel
For all the saints who from their labours rest, William Walsham How (1823-97)
For ever with the Lord, James Montgomery (1771-1854)
For every child (Hear our prayer), Dave Bilborough
For every song (You are), Ben Cantelon, Tim Hughes& Nick Herbert
For I'm building a people of power, Dave Richards
For my sake and the Gospel's go, Edward H. Bickersteth
For saving me, Evan Rogers
For the beauty of the earth For the beauty of the skies, F. S. Pierpoint
For the bread and for the wine, Horatius Bonar
For the harvest of bygone ages, A. C. AINGER (1841-1919)
For the might of thine arm we bless thee, Charles Silvester Horne (1865-1914)
For the rising sun (Gather in the Glory), Mark Niedzwiedz
For the world that He has made, Noel Richards and Tim Sherrington
For this purpose, Graham Kendrick
For thy mercy and thy grace, Henry Downton (1818-1885)
For unto us a child is born, Author Unknown
For You have been with us (Great is our Lord), Geraldine Latty, Matt Weeks & Matt Redman
Forever faithful forever true (Forever Faithful), Rex Allchurch
Forever in my heart (The promise of Your cross), Matt Redman
Forgive me (Song of Confession), Joanne Hogg
Forth in Thy name O Lord I go, Charles Wesley
Forty days and forty nights, George Smyttan (1822-70) and Francis Pott (1832-19
Forty million babies (Our God reigns), Martin Smith
Found love beyond all reason (The time has come) Pd, Joel Houston
Free free I'm free indeed (The fun song), Evan Rogers
Free from the law oh happy condition, Philipp P. Bliss
Freedom is coming (Freedom), Johnny Parks & Claire Hamilton
Friend of sinners, Matt Redman
From all that dwell below the skies, Isaac Watts
From east to west from shore to shore, Caelius Sedulius (c. 450) tr. John Ellerton (1826-
From every tongue (Every Tribe), Wayne Drain
From glory to glory advancing we praise thee O Lord, Liturgy of St James
From Greenland's icy mountains, Reginald Heber (1783-1826)
From heaven above to earth I come (The Angels Message), MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546)
From heaven above to earth I come (6 verses), Martin Luther (1483-1546) tr. Catherine Winkworth
From heaven You came (The Servant King), Graham Kendrick
From the ancient days (Your love), Rex Allchurch
From the breaking of the dawn (Every promise), Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
From the brightness of the glory, tr. Frances Bevan
From the highest of heights (Indescribable), Laura Story, Additional lyrics by Jesse Reeves
From the ocean of Thy fulness, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
From the rising of the sun, Nathan Fellingham
From the rising of the sun (Rising), Matt Redman & Paul Baloche
From the rising sun (Lord of all the earth), Andrew Mitchell
From the sleep of ages, Stuart Townend
From the squalor (Immanuel), Stuart Townend
From thee all skill and science flow, Charles Kingsley (1819-75)
From wherever Spring arrives (Here is our King), David Crowder
Fullness of grace, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend
Genesis Exodus Leviticus (The OT song), Andy Gilmore
Gentle father faithful friend (Simply Yours), Geraldine Latty & busbee
Give Him all the praise (Praise Him), Miriam Webster & Simeon Webster
Give me joy in my heart keep me praising (Sing Hosanna), Anonymous
Give me oil in my lamp (Sing hosanna), Author unknown/Arr. Stuart Townend
Give me the faith which can remove, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Give me the wings of faith to rise, Isaac Watts
Give thanks to the Lord (Forever), Chris Tomlin
Give thanks to the Lord (Psalm 1051-3), Kevin Gould
Give to our God immortal praise, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Giver of Grace (You are good to me), Stuart Townend
Giver of life, Tim Hughes
Giving it all to You, Geraldine Latty
Gloria, Traditional
Gloria (Glory to God glory in the highest), Unknown
Gloria (Taize), Taize Community
Gloria in excelsis Deo (Angels from the realms of glory), JAMES MONTGOMERY (1771-1854)*
Glorious, Johnny Parks
Glorious incredible (You are great), Ken Riley & Andrew Neve
Glorious King, Andy Bromley
Glorious light, Keith & Kristyn Getty & Ian Hannah
Glorious things of thee are spoken, Music: Franz Joseph Hadyn (1732-1809) Words: John Newton (1725-1807)
Glory and honour and thanks to You (Forever worthy), Aaron Keyes & Andy Lehman
Glory and honour to You we bring, Doug Horley
Glory and praise to God, Bryn A Rees (1911-83)
Glory be to God on high, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Glory be to Him who loved us, Horatius Bonar.
Glory glory all around (Jesus is), Gary Clarke & Peter Wilson
Glory in the highest, Al Gordon, Luke Hellebronth & Hanif Williams
Glory that no eye has seen (Holy are You Lord), Paul Oakley
Glory to Him who has saved us (We crown You now), Lara Martin & Mark Stevens (Abundant Life Ministries, Bradford, England)
Glory to Jesus wonderful saviour, Jacob Wakefield MacGill (1829-1902)
Glory to thee my God this night, Thomas Ken (1637-1711) alt.
Glory, love, and praise, and honour, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Go down Moses, Traditional (Afro-American Spiritual)
Go into the world, J D Bullen
Go tell it on the mountain, Refrain: Traditional Spiritual Verses: J. W. WORK
Go, labour on, spend, and be spent, Horatius Bonar
God above all the world in motion (Salvation is here), Joel Houston
God and Father we adore thee, v. 1: attrib. J. N. DARBY (1800-82), Hugh Falconer
God as we walk this world (Walk the world), Charlie Hall & Kendall Combes
God be in my head, from a Book of Hours, Sarum, 1514
God be with you till we meet again, based on J. E. Rankin (1828-1904)
God be with you till we meet again (with chorus), Jeremiah E. Rankin
God came down (Great is Your glory), Vicky Beeching and Ed Cash
God disturb the comfortable (Light it up), Tre Sheppard
God from on high has heard, tr. James Russell Woodford (1820-85) Charles Coffin
God gave me, Ian Smale
God gave me ears, Julie Booth
God gave me hands, Ian Smale
God gave us His Son (I am not ashamed), Kate & Miles Simmonds
God I pray please help me (I love You) (with rap), Doug Horley, Efrem Buckle
God immortal, Lou & Nathan Fellingham and busbee Inspired by the W Chalmers Smith (1824-1908) hymn 'Immortal, Invisible, God only wise'
God in my living (Everything), Tim Hughes
God is a name my soul adores, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
God is gone up on high, Charles Wesley
God is good, Graham Kendrick
God is good, Julia Plaut
God is here Moving in our hearts (Dry Bones), Nikki Fletcher, Tom Smith & Tim Hughes
God is love his the care, Percy Dearmer (1867-1936) alt.
God is love that anthem olden, John S. B. Monsell
God is love: let heaven adore him, Timothy Rees (1874-1939) alt
God is my protector (Psalm 23), Tony Cook
God is raising up an army (Children of the cross), Jim Bailey.
God is the refuge of his saints, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
God is working his purpose out as year succeeds to year, A. C. AINGER (1841-1919)
God knows the things we really need, Alison Hedger
God loves me, Pete Bignall, Peter Tye & Steve Whitehouse
God loves me whoopah wahey (Whoopah Wahey), Doug Horley
God made you, Jonny Moore-Crispin
God made you (Jesus cares for me), Juliet Lloyd
God moves in a mysterious way, William Cowper
God of all power and truth and grace, Charles Wesley (1707-881)
God of all the earth (The Lord is King), Busbee
God of all-redeeming grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
God of almighty love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
God of earth and sky (In You), Lou and Nathan Fellingham & busbee
God of freedom God of justice, SHIRLEY ERENA MURRAY (1931- )
God of glory we exalt Your Name, David Fellingham
God of grace, Keith Getty & Jonathan Rea
God of Heaven (Hallelujah what a Saviour), Vicky Beeching, Ed Cash & Kendall Combes
God of Heaven (Heart of a lover), Stuart Townend
God of holiness (Glorious One), Ken Riley
God of Justice (We must go), Tim Hughes
God of mercy and grace (Kingdom coming), Tim Hughes, Luke Hellebronth, Pete Greig & Martin Smith
God of mercy, God of grace, H. F. LYTE (1793-1847) altd.
God of my salvation, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
God of old, busbee, Gabe Watkins & Malcolm du Plessis
God of the mountains (Creation praise), Sue Rinaldi, Caroline Bonnett & Steve Bassett
God of unexampled grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
God of wonder (I won't let the rocks cry out), Tré Sheppard
God only wise, Brenton Brown, Nick Herbert & Eoghan Heaslip
God our help, Chris Bowater
God rest you merry gentlemen, Traditional
God save our gracious Queen, (Official Peace Version (1919) Anonymous) Henry Carey, William E Hickson
God sent His Son (Because He lives), Gloria & William J Gaither.
God so loved this whole world (Yeah yeah yeah), Godfrey Birtill
God the Lord, Chris Bowater
God You are full of grace and mercy (To love the lost), Rex Allchurch
God You are good, Brian Houston
God You are my God, Mark Tedder & Gary Sadler
God You are my God (Glory), Johnny Parks
God you are my God (I am satisfied in You), Kate & Miles Simmonds
God You have done great things (Let your mercy rain), Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash & Jesse Reeves
God's abiding peace is in my soul today, Elisha A. Hoffman
God's love is so great, Ian Smale
God's voice thunders (Glory invasion), Godfrey Birtill
God, that madest earth and heaven, Richard Whately (1787-1863) Reginald Heber
Golden harps are sounding, Frances R. Havergal
Gonna outshout the heavens (Party), Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio & Ed Cash
Good and gracious, Gareth Robinson
Good Christian Men Rejoice, John Mason Neale, altd
Good Christians all rejoice , John Mason Neale (1818-66) alt.
Good King Wenceslas (Traditional),
Good news of great joy (My soul magnifies the Lord), Chris Tomlin and Daniel Carson
Good thou art, and good thou dost, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Grace 'tis a charming sound, Philip Doddridge
Grace and mercy wash over me, Dave Bilbrough
Grace grace wonderful grace (Wonderful grace), Edwin Brown
Gracious Spirit dwell with me, Thomas Toke Lynch
Gracious Spirit Holy Ghost, CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH (1807-85) altd.
Granted is the Saviour's prayer, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Great are You Lord (Awesome is the Lord most high), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Cary Pierce & Jon Able
Great big God, Robert Critchley
Great God of wonders, Samuel Davies (1723-61)
Great God of wonders (Great God), Andy Bromley
Great God of wonders (with chorus), Samuel Davies (1723-1761)
Great God we sing that mighty hand, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
Great is He, Author Unknown arr: Stuart Townend
Great is our Lord, Steve Morgan-Gurr
Great is our redeeming Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Great is the darkness (Come Lord Jesus), Noel Richards & Gerald Coates
Great is the Lord, Chris Sayburn
Great is the Lord (Make a joyful noise), Evan Rogers
Great is the Lord God Almighty (Glory), Reuben Morgan
Great is the love (The light that shines), Noel Richards/David Clifton
Great is Your faithfulness (Unchanging / Raise up holy hands), Chris Tomlin
Great is Your faithfulness (Your grace is enough), Matt Maher add. lyrics Chris Tomlin
Great shepherd of thy people hear, John Newton (1725-1807) alt.
Great, Your faithfulness, Martin Smith & Matt Redman
Greater than any other name (Gaze upon Your beauty), Lex Buckley & Tim Hughes
Guide me O Thou great Jehovah, Hughes(d1932)/W.Williams(d1791)/P.Williams(d1796)
Had Christ that once was slain, G. R. WOODWARD (1848-1934) altd
Hail gladdening Light, tr. John Keble (1792-1866)
Hail gladdening light (Joyous Light), David Crowder, Chris Tomlin & Louie Giglio
Hail Holy holy holy Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Hail the day that sees Him rise, Charles Wesley
Hail thou ever-blessed morn, EDWARD CASWALL (1814-78) altd.
Hail Thou once despised Jesus, John Bakewell
Hail to the gladdening light (Your glory be ever known), Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
Hail to the King, Gio Galanti & Jay Cook
Hail to the Lord who comes, John Ellerton (1826-93)
Hail to the Lord's Anointed, James Montgomery
Hallelujah (Cantelon), Ben Cantelon
Hallelujah (Robinson), Noel Robinson & Donna Akodu
Hallelujah Sing To Jesus, William C. Dix
Hands hands fingers thumbs, Doug Horley
Hands on the cross, David Gate
Happiness is a sinner forgiven, Evan Rogers & Nathan Fellingham
Happy are they they that love God, based on Charles Coffin (1676-1749) Robert Seymour Bridges.
Happy birthday Jesus, Paul Rush
Happy the home that welcomes you Lord Jesus, tr. Honor Mary Thwaites (1914- )
Happy the man that finds the grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Happy the souls to Jesus joined, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Hark 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hear, Alexcenah Thomas (fl.1885)
Hark hark my soul what warlike songs are swelling, Frederick William Faber (1814-63), alt George Scot
Hark my soul it is the Lord, William Cowper
Hark the glad sound The Saviour comes (5 verses), PHILIP DODDRIDGE (1702-51) altd.
Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comes, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
Hark the herald angels sing (2009), Words: Charles Wesley (1707-88) Arr. Chris Tomlin, Matt Gilder & Ed Cash
Hark the herald angels sing (King of Heaven), Paul Baloche, Jason Ingram, Traditional
Hark the song of jubilee, James Montgomery
Hark what a sound and too divine for hearing, F. W. H. MYERS (1843-1901)
Hark! there comes a whisper, Fanny J. Crosby
Have faith in God my heart, BRYN A. REES (1911-83) altd.
Have I not been faithful to You Lord (Waiting for the blessing), Brian Houston
Have mercy on me O God of love (Wash me), Lex Buckley
Have we forgotten? (Saviour and Friend), Andy Ferrett
Have we made our God too small, Doug Horley
Have you any room for Jesus, Daniel Webster Whittle
Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power, Elisha A. Hoffman
Have you got an appetite?, Mick Gisbey
Have you heard the story?, Tracy Brown
Have you heard?, Simon Brading, Graham Kendrick, Nathan Fellingham
Have You not said (Fill us up), Matt Redman
He bacame sin (Jesus Messiah), Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves
He came so we could know the Father's love (The king has come), Eoghan Heaslip & Neil Bennetts
He came to Earth (King of kings), John Pantry
He dies He dies, Charles R Hurditch (1839-1908)
He gave the mouse it's squeak (Lovely Jubbly), Doug Horley
He has risen, Gerald Coates, Noel & Tricia Richards
He healeth me O blessed truth, Anonymous
He is able to restore (Fall upon your knees), Miriam Webster
He is here, Brian Doerksen & Paul Baloche
He is Lord He is lord, Anonymous
He is the same, Ian Stewart
He is the way, Words: Andy Gilmore, Simon Goodall, Ali Croxford, Darren Coult & Louise Purser
He left the wonder, Neil Wilson
He made the heavens (Come let us worship), Ken Riley
He picked me up (I'm in love with the King), Dave Bilbrough
He smiles within his cradle, Austrian Carol, 1649 (? D. G. CORNER, 1587-1648)
He that is down need fear no fall, John Bunyan (1628-88)
He that is in us, Graham Kendrick
He wants not friends that hath thy love, Richard Baxter (1615-91)
He was a very extraordinary baby (Extraordinary Baby), Alison Croxford
He was pierced (Like a lamb), Maggi Dawn
He who would valiant be, John Bunyan, Percy Dearmer
He won't abandon, Paul Baloche / Aaron Shust
He's alive, Jarrod Cooper & Carol Owen
He's beyond control (Almighty Sound), Johnny Parks & Phil Mawhinney
He's got the whole world in his hand, Author Traditional
He's the gaffa (Fandabidozzie), Doug Horley, Steve Whitehouse & Pete Bignall
Head of the church our risen Lord, Josiah Conder (1789-1855) alt.
Head of thy church triumphant, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Head of thy church whose Spirit fills, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Heal us Immanuel, William Cowper (1731-1800)
Healing grace is flowing, Andy Bromley & Chris Bowater
Hear all creation, Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
Hear my confession (Take my whole heart), Brian Houston
Hear my mouth speak, Gareth Robinson
Hear O Israel, Stuart Townend, Keith& Kristyn Getty
Hear our cry for the nations (Hear our cry), Dave Bilbrough
Hear our prayers, Gareth Robinson & Joannah Oyeniran
Hear the call of the Kingdom, Stuart Townend/Keith Getty/Kristyn Getty
Hear the holy roar (Let God arise), Chris Tomlin / Ed Cash / Jesse Reeves
Hear the Lord of harvest sweetly calling, George Bennard
Hear these praises from a grateful heart (Love You so much), Russell Fragar.
Hear us O Lord from heaven, William Henry Gill (1839-1923)
Hear Your people saying Yes (Yes and amen), Matt Redman, Robert Marvin & Josiah Bell
Heart of the Father, Paul Booth
Heaven came down (Light of the world) CHORAL, David Fellingham
Heaven opened (Praise), Ken Riley
Heaven's King, Noel Richards & Kees Kraayenoord
Heaven's light (You rescued us), Stuart Townend / Matt Redman
Help me Lord, Aaron Keyes & Kees Kraayenoord
Here am I a sinner free, Matt Redman
Here and now, Brenton Brown/Paul Baloche
Here beneath the cross (When love was crucified), John Hartley, Kelly Minter & Gary Sadler
Here from the world we turn, Fanny J. Crosby
Here I am (And I will always love Your name), Paul Oakley
Here I am (Majesty), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
Here I am (Sanctify), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
Here I am I'm a soul set free (Blessing), Matt Redman
Here I am standing amazed (Glorious Majesty), Andy Bromley, John Hartley & Gary Sadler
Here I am waiting (Eagle's wings), Reuben Morgan
Here I stand, Michael Sandeman
Here I stand (Salvation), Simon Brading
Here I stand in awe of You (You are holy), Shaun Griffiths
Here I stand in Your presence (My desire), Robert Critchley, Darlene Dunn & Kelley Warren
Here I wait beneath the cross, Tim Sherrington
Here in the shadow of Your holiness (Promise of your grace), Nick Herbert & Dave Gate
Here in your arms, Ken Riley
Here is love, Robert Lowry (1826-1899) & William Rees (1802-1883) Arr & Additional Chorus: Matt Redman
Here is the risen Son, Michael Sandeman
Here O my Lord I see Thee face to face, Horatius Bonar
Here proclaim the glorious battle, VENANTIUS FORTUNATUS (C.530-609)
Here we are (Remedy), David Crowder
Here we go again, Alison Croxford
Here's a secret (Dufus), Doug Horley, Mark Read, Pete Bignall & Jon Roddick
Hes my friend when I am happy, Tony Cook
Hey diddle diddle, Doug Horley
Hey hey, Doug Horley
Hey you, Alison Croxford
Hidden in the silence (I am), David & Yvonne Lyon
Hide me now (Still), Reuben Morgan
Hiding from Your face (Chase), Travis Ryan, Matt Redman & Brandon Collins
High above the earth, Richard England
High in the heavens eternal God, Isaac Watts (1674-17,48)
Higher than the stars could be (Forever over us), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice, Paul Baker,
Hijacked into paradise, Godfrey Birtill
Hills of the North rejoice, Charles E. Oakley
His blood cries out, Geraldine Latty & Nicky Brown
His wounds my healing, Gareth Robinson
Hold me closer to You (May I never lose sight of You), Noel & Tricia Richards
Holy Child who chose the hearts of men, Keith & Kristyn Getty
Holy Father we thank You (Holy Father), Nathan Fellingham & Robin Parry
Holy God, Greek liturgy, 4th-5th cent.
Holy God (Faithful mighty glorious), Kate & Miles Simmonds
Holy God You reign (Glorious King), Graeme Clark
Holy ground, Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham & busbee
Holy holy (Lift up His name), Nathan Fellingham
Holy holy almighty God (Beautiful), Paul Oakley
Holy holy are you Lord (All the heavens), Reuben Morgan
Holy holy holy Lord God almighty, Reginald Heber
Holy holy I will bow (Emmanuel), Reuben Morgan
Holy holy is the Lord (Rain down), David Crowder
Holy one (God He reigns), Marty Sson
Holy Spirit, Michael Sandeman & Nathan Fellingham
Holy Spirit Breath of heaven, Geraldine Latty
Holy Spirit fill me up, Matt Summers
Holy Spirit hear us, W. H. Parker (1845-1929)
Holy Spirit Holy Spirit (Welcome in this place), Miriam Webster
Holy Spirit how I love You, Peter Brooks, Stuart Townend & Kate Simmonds
Holy Spirit living breath of God, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Holy Spirit rain down, Russell Fragar
Holy Spirit truth divine, Samuel Longfellow (1819-92)
Holy Spirit You are here now, Paul Oakley
Holy uncreated one (Uncreated one), Chris Tomlin and J.D. Walt
Hope is here (Jesus saves), Tim Hughes & Nick Herbert
Hot step, Doug Horley, Lindz West & George Mhondera
Hover O'er Me, Elwood H. Stokes (1815-95)
How beauteous are their feet, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
How beautiful (Shine like the Son), Matt Maher
How blest are they O Lord, AUGUSTUS M. TOPLADY (1740-78) altd.
How blest is life if lived for thee, Anonymous
How bright these glorious spirits shine, Isaac Watts and William Cameron
How brightly beams the morning star, JOHANN SCHLEGEL (1721-93) Wie henlich strahIt der
How can a sinner know, Charles Wesley
How can I become (Forgiven), Andy Smith
How can I resist (This is for me), Paul Oakley & Lex Loizides
How can I stay pure (Great is the Lord), Rex Allchurch
How can my words begin to say (Because of You), Andy Bromley, John Hartley & Dennis Holt
How can we sinners know, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
How deep the Father's love for us, Stuart Townend
How do thy mercies close me round, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
How easy we forget (Break our hearts again), Noel & Tricia Richards
How firm a foundation you saints of the Lord, 'K-.' from JOHN RIPPON'S Selection of Hymns
How glorious Zion's courts appear, Scottish Paraphrases (1781) alt.
How good how pleasing, Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
How good is the God we adore, JOSEPH HART (1712-68) altd.
How good Lord to be here, Joseph Armitage Robinson (1858-1933) alt.
How gracious are their feet, Isaac Watts (1674-1748) alt.
How great is Your faithfulness, Matt Redman/Jonas Myrin
How happy are thy servants Lord, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
How Long, Al Gordon
How long (Be lifted / Hope Rising), David Crowder
How lovely is Your dwelling place (Better is one day), Matt Redman
How lovely on the mountains (Our God reigns), Leonard E. Smith Jnr
How pleased and blest was I, Isaac Watts (1674-1748) alt.
How precious O Lord, Phil Rogers
How shall I sing that majesty, JOHN MASON (1646-94)
How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds, Words: John Newton (1725-1807)Music: John Reinagle (1799-1877)
How wide can your smile be, Doug Horley
How wonderful, Dave Bilbrough
Hushed was the evening hymn, James Drummond Burns (1823-64)
I am a lighthouse, Graham Kendrick
I am a new creation, Dave Bilbrough
I am amazed by the power of Your grace (Your grace covers me), Lara Martin
I am broken (Coming back), Ben Cantelon
I am chosen I am free (Holding nothing back), Tim Hughes& Martin Smith
I am coming alive to You (Coming alive), Paul Oakley
I am fearfully and wonderfully made, Jim Bailey
I am filled with joy (Ecstatic praise), Evan Rogers
I am full of earth (Wholly Yours), David Crowder
I am hard pressed (Hard pressed), Lou Fellingham, busbee and Nathan Fellingham
I am here all alone (Carry on), Ben Cantelon
I am incredible (The incredible song), Doug Horley
I am listening to God, Q. K. Harpham
I am not a stranger to mercy (Take it to the streets), Matt Redman & Martin Smith
I am not alone, Dave Bilbrough
I am not ashamed (The wonder and the power), Paul Oakley
I am not skilled to understand, Dora Greenwell (1821-82)
I am praying blessed Saviour, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
I am so excited (Talk about Jesus), Ali Croxford
I am so glad that our Father in heaven, Philipp P. Bliss
I am so happy in Christ today, Johnson Oatman (1856-1922)
I am the apple of God's eye (Fruity song), Jim Bailey.
I am the bread of Life, Anonymous
I am the one with the unclean lips (Wash me clean), Brian Houston
I am thine O Lord I have heard Thy voice, Fanny J. Crosby
I am thirsty (Less of me), Roy Fields
I am trusting Thee Lord Jesus, Music:Ethelbert W Bullinger (1837-1913) Words: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)
I am Yours (GOD OF RESTORATION), Matt Redman
I believe, James Taylor
I believe I believe I believe, Doug Horley
I believe in God the Father, Wayne Drain.
I Believe In God The Father (The Apostle's Creed), Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
I bind unto myself today, attributed to Patrick (c 380)
I bow before you God (Overwhelming), Geraldine Latty
I bow my head (At Your feet), Dave George & Dave Kennedy
I breathe in I breathe out, Ian Smale
I can do all, all, all things, Jim Bailey
I can feel the touch of Your presence, Mike Hughes
I can rock and roll (Best friend), Paul Rush
I can sing with tongues of angels (Teach me to love like Jesus), David Gate
I can walk I can run, Doug Horley
I can wash my face (The washing song), Andy Gilbert
I can't stop, Steve Morgan-Gurr
I cannot breathe enough of Thee, W Spencer Walton (1850-1906)
I cannot tell or count the cost, Phil Hart & Nigel Cameron
I cannot tell why he whom angels worship, William Young Fullerton (1857-1932)
I clasp the hand of Love divine, A. B. Simpson
I cling to the cross, Brenton Brown & Paul Baloche, Matt Redman
I come as I am (Closer), Ken Riley
I come wanting (Just to be with You), Paul Booth
I could live a thousand years (Out of the darkness), Tim & Rachel Hughes
I could look (Crown of beauty), Chris Bowater
I could not do without Thee, Frances Ridley Havergal
I could sing unending songs (The happy song), Martin Smith
I did something today (Dancing), Joanne Hogg
I don't know how to breathe (There is always a song), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
I don't know why (All I know), Noel & Tricia Richards & Wayne Drain
I don't want to be a Pharisee (Matthew 23), Ian Smale
I dream (Believer), Matt Redman
I enter in, Bethan Stevens (Abundant Life Ministries, Bradford, England)
I fall down (Falling down), Ken Riley
I feel like singing all the time, Edward Payson Hammond (1831-1910)
I feel lonely (Bliss), Stuart Garrard & Martin Smith
I fix my eyes on You on the things unseen,, Paul Oakley
I give my heart I give my name (My beautiful), Chris McClarney, Anthony Skinner & Chad Cates
I give my heart to what I treasure (Treasure), Noel Richards & Wayne Drain
I give my life to You (Knowing), Geraldine Latty
I give up lay it down (You are everything), Andy Bromley/John Hartley/Susan Ashton
I got You Lord (Help me be Your eyes Lord Jesus), Doug Horley
I greet thee who my sure Redeemer art, tr. Elizabeth Lee Smith (1817-98) alt.
I had heard the gospel call, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
I have a dream (A thousand stars), Brenton Brown
I have a Friend a precious Friend, Johnson Oatman (1856-1922)
I have come to love You, Martin Cooper & Paul Oakley
I have come to these islands, Godfrey Birtill
I have decided I have resolved (You'll come), Brooke Fraser
I have eyes that can see (Tummy button song), Ian Smale
I have found myself in You (I will go), Jonas Myrin & Natasha
I have heard (I won't let go), Stuart Townend
I have heard so many songs (The Father's song), Matt Redman
I have loved you (Abba Your first word), Godfrey Birtill
I have no one in heaven, Gareth Robinson
I have seen a mystery (It is the Church), Lex Loizides
I have seen You are good (All God's people), Jonathan Weeks & Jonathan Davies
I have seen You heal the broken (Today), David Ostby
I hear a cry inside (Inside out), Wayne Drain & Noel Richards
I hear the hunger of the poor (Sons and Daughters), Words: Brian Houston, Noel Richards and Wayne Drain Music: Brian Houston
I hear the Saviour say (Jesus paid it all), Words by: Elvina M Hall (1820-1889) Music by: John T Grape (1835-1915)
I hear the sound of an army waking (Shout), Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman & Jesse Reeves
I hear the sound of rustling, Ronnie Wilson
I hear the words of love, Horatius Bonar
I hear you fumble for words (I am still willing), Keith Getty& Kristyn Getty
I heard the voice of Jesus say, Words: Horatius Bonar (1808-1889)Music: John Bacchus Dykes (1823-1876)
I hunger and I thirst, John S. B. Monsell
I just want to love (I'll always love You), Tim Hughes
I just want to praise You, Arthur Tannous
I know a little secret (Move a little bit closer), Ralph Ward
I know He rescued my soul (My redeemer lives), Reuben Morgan
I know life is a fragile thing (Mercy day), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice,Paul Baker, Jonny Ravn, and Steve Evans
I know not why God's wondrous grace, D W Whittle (1840-1901) based on 2 Timothy 1:12
I know that my Redeemer Lives, Charles Wesley (1707-1788) Arr by: Chris Eaton & John Hartley
I know that my Redeemer lives (Medley), SAMUEL MEDLEY (1738-99) altd.
I know that my Redeemer lives, And ever prays (Wesley), Charles Wesley (1707-88)
I know that the Lord is great, Julia Plaut
I know that you have waited (Heaven rejoices), Lex Brodie
I know there are millions just like me (Hold on), Tori Sheppard, Tre Sheppard, and Kathryn Scott
I know You love an offering (Led to the lost), David Gate
I know You love to crown the humble (Bowing Down), Matt Redman
I lay my life down at Your feet (One way), Joel Houston & Jonathon Douglass
I lay my sins on Jesus, Horatius Bonar
I lift my eyes (Rain), Nick Herbert & John Peters
I lift my eyes to the heavens, Paul Oakley/Noel Richards
I lift my hands (Foreign gods), Andre Kempen.
I lift my heart to Thee, Charles E Mudie (1818-1890)
I lift up my voice (Presence), Tim Hughes, Peter Furler & Steve Taylor
I lift You high (You must increase), Matt Redman
I like to eat bananas, Julia Plaut
I live my life (Just to be with You), Gareth Robinson
I look around me and I see (Where is grace hiding), Joanne Hogg
I looked for love (All in all), Stig-Oyvind Blystad & David Ostby
I love I love my Master, Frances R. Havergal
I love the sun, F. C. MAKER (1844-1927)
I love the way You love me, Chris McClarney
I love to hear the story, Emily Huntington Miller (1833-1913)
I love to praise Your name, Noel Robinson
I love what You've done for me, Ian White, Phil Madeira & John Hartley
I love You Lord, Gareth Robinson
I love You Lord (Joy), John Ellis
I love you lord (Your Love), Noel Robinson & Donna Akodu
I love you more each day, Ken Riley
I meet with friends (Learn about God), Ken Warke
I met You (Glory), Ken Riley
I must tell Jesus of all my trials, Elisha A. Hoffman (1839-1929)
I need Thee every hour, Annie Hawkes
I need Thee precious Saviour, Frederick Whitfield
I need You now (Crying out to You), Paul Oakley
I never knew a sweeter name (Sweeter name), Tim Hughes
I offer up to You (True Praises), Mark Beswick, Howard Francis & Clive Mckinley
I once was frightened of spiders, Ian Smale.
I open my mouth and You speak for me (With me), Andrew Osenga. Cary Pierce, Chris Tomlin
I see the King of glory (Hosanna), Brooke Fraser
I see the Lord, Paul Oakley
I see You hanging there (For the cross), Michael Sandeman
I sing th'almighty power of God, Isaac Watts
I sing the praise (Just the very thought of thee), Edwin Brown
I Sought the Lord and afterward I knew, Anon. (c.1880)
I stand all amazed, Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Charlotte G Homer) (18
I stand amazed, Doug Horley & Efrem Buckle
I stand amazed (Father I love You), Paul Oakley.
I thank You for the cross (Thank you for the cross), Ken Riley
I thirst Thou wounded Lamb of God, John Wesley
I to the hills will lift mine eyes, Scottish Psalter
I took my burden to the crossroads (Hurricane), Brian Houston
I treasure Your voice (Bones), David Gate
I tried to save the world today (Saved the world), Ken Riley
I trust in Your unfailing Love (With me), Eoghan Heaslip & Matt Weeks
I trust in Your unfailling love (So good), Evan Rogers
I wanna go deeper (Deeper), Stuart Garrard & Martin Smith
I wanna soar with You (Movements), Rend Collective Experiment
I want a principle within, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
I want the Spirit of power within, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
I want to be holy, Paul Oakley & Alan Rose.
I want to be like Jesus (Like Jesus), Aaron Keyes / Paul Oakley
I want to be out of my depth in Your love, Doug Horley & Noel Richards.
I want to know your pleasing (Draw me nearer), Gareth Robinson
I want to sing a song (Take my life away), Andrew Mitchell
I want to tell you of my wonder (Lose myself), Gareth Paul Taylor
I was lost (Start of the Summer), Ken Riley
I was running and You found me (I Know Who I am), Israel Houghton & Chris Tomlin
I WATCH YOUR WONDERS FILL THE SKY , Chris Tomlin & Jason Ingram
I will always love the Lord (Honour the Lord), Graham Kendrick & Tré Sheppard
I will bend down, Ian Smale
I will bless the Lord (Made me glad), Miriam Webster
I will call upon the name of the Lord (God of the breakthrough), Robert Critchley
I will cast my cares (Redeemer), Cathy Burton
I will choose to praise You (Choose a hallelujah), Cathy Burton & David Gate
I will dance I will sing (Undignified), Matt Redman.
I will exalt You, Brooke Ligertwood
I will follow You to the cross (Lay myself down), Sue Rinaldi and Caroline Bonnett
I will give thanks unto You Lord (Loving kindness), Miriam Webster
I will glorify Your name, Noel Robinson
I will kneel in the dust At the foot of the cross (Mercy), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
I will lift Jesus up, Rob Newey
I will lift my eyes (We will see Him), Robert Furgusson & Reuben Morgan
I will love You for the cross, Matt Redman / Beth Redman
I will love You Lord (I will love), Miriam Webster
I will love You Lord forever, Tré and Tori Sheppard
I will never be the same, Ian Hannah
I will not forget (I will remember You), Brenton Brown
I will offer up my life (This thankful heart), Matt Redman.
I will offer up my life In spirit and truth, Matt Redman
I will praise You in the morning, David Churchyard
I will praise You Lord, Ralph Ward
I will seek Your face, Noel & Tricia Richards
I will set my face (Wonderful God), Godfrey Birtill
I will sing hallelujah, Simon Fenner
I will sing of His great love (Redeemer), Edwin Brown
I will sing of my Redeemer, Philipp Bliss
I will sing of the Lamb, Stuart Townend.
I will trust, Keith & Kristyn Getty
I will trust in You (Surrendered forever), John Hartley & Chris Eaton
I will wait for You to move (My Deliverer), Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Jesse Reeves, Matt Maher
I will wave my hands, Ian Smale
I worship Thee sweet Will of God, Frederick W. Faber
I worship You (Revolution), Ken Riley
I worship You Lord Jesus Christ, Jonny Moore-Crispin
I would climb the highest mountain, Aaron Frith
I would love to be like you David Beckham (Dreaming Dreams), Ian Stewart
I'd run for a mile (Run for a mile), Mick Francis
I'll carry you (On eagles' wings), Doug Horley & Louise Fellingham
I'll dive deep down, Sue Palin
I'll look on You (Knit my heart), Charlie Hall, Kendall Combes, Quint Anderson, Dustin Rugland, andBrian Bergman
I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, Isaac Watts
I'll prepare my heart (I thirst for You), Johnny Parks
I'll remember You (Remember), Tim & Rachel Hughes
I'll sing your praises out aloud, Julian & Jacqui Mitchell
I'll worship at your throne (Forever), Marty Sson
I'm a friend of Jesus Christ (Jesus is the boss), Doug Horley
I'm accepted, Rob Hayward
I'm amazed every day (I'll never stop loving You), Martyn Layzell
I'm bare before You (Exalt), Rend Collective Experiment
I'm calling out to You (Passion for Jesus), Brian Houston
I'm coming back to the start (God's great Dance Floor), Martin Smith, Nick Herbert & Chris Tomlin
I'm coming to the cross again (When You touch me), Stuart Townend
I'm crying out (I've chosen to believe), Wayne Drain & Noel Richards
I'm gonna jump up and down (Be happy), Doug Horley
I'm gonna set my feet (Set my feet), Julia Plaut
I'm gonna thank the Lord, Dave Bilbrough
I'm home, Julia Plaut
I'm hoping in the mercy (Hoping in the mercy), Geraldine Latty & Nicky Brown
I'm in love with a girl (Take me away), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
I'm looking for a fighting people, Godfrey Birtill
I'm looking up to Jesus, Ian Smale.
I'm making melody (Making melody), Matt Redman
I'm no hero of the faith (Shepherd Boy), Martin Smith & Chris Tomlin
I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, Isaac Watts
I'm not backing down (Give us Your courage), Tim Hughes
I'm not just here to use up air, Doug Horley & Mark Read
I'm offering up (Offering up), Evan Rogers
I'm one in a million (One in a million), Ian Hannah
I'm so amazed, Ian Hannah
I'm special, Graham Kendrick
I'm special so special, J Darren Bullen
I'm standing before the King (Father I love You), Andi Markham
I'm weak but I'm strong (The yoke is easy), Matt Redman
I'm working out what it means to follow Jesus, Jim Bailey
I've been justified (Justified), Simon Brading
I've been redeemed all glory to the Lamb, Anonymous
I've been touched by the hand of grace (Reign in me), Ken Riley
I've been waiting (Waiting), Joanne Hogg
I've come to You, Rex Allchurch
I've dreamed my life a thousand days (Rain), Ken Riley
I've filled my time (I need to get the fire back), Matt Redman
I've found the pearl of greatest price, John Mason (c.1645-1694)
I've got a love song, Matt Redman
I've had questions (When the tears fall), Tim Hughes
I've heard the glad news of the gospel, Anonymous
I've hidden Your word Lord, Johnny Moore-Crispin
I've prayed for the fire (To the ends of the earth), David Gate
I've sung words of theology (Personal), Joanne Hogg
I've thrown it all away (Take the world but give me Jesus), Matt Redman
I've walked down a road (Heaven), Martin Smith / Stuart Garrard
If faith can move the mountains (Waiting here for You), Martin Smith, Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
If I could I'd wrestle with the angel (Shine 2), Ken Riley
If I go climbing, Julia Plaut
If I have a bad dream, Julia Plaut
If I have You and nothing else , Jon Egan, Matt Redman, Ben Fielding & Jason Ingram
If I sang the songs (Never failing love), Stuart Townend / Mark Edwards
If I seek You, Noel Richards & Wayne Drain
If I try and read a little bit o' bible every day, Ian Smale
If I'm honest with You , Tré Sheppard and Mark Sson
If it wasn't for the blood, Godfrey Birtill
If it wasn't for Your mercy (Where angels fear to tread), Matt Redman & Tom Lane
If our God is for us, Nick Herbert, John Peters & Pete Hughes
If super powers could be ours, Doug Horley, Mark Edwards & Mark Read
If there's one thing I could do (Anything), Simon Goodall & Ali Croxford
If thou but suffer God to guide thee, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
If thou would'st have the dear Saviour from heaven, Johnson Oatman
If you are weary (He is good), Tré & Tori Sheppard
If You had not humbled Yourself (We celebrate), Evan Rogers
If you know God's love, Chris Medway
If you know you're loved, Matt Redman
If you walk like a model (You are shaped for serving God), Doug Horley & Steve Whitehouse
If you've got troubles, Ken Warke
Image of invisible God, Stuart Townend & J.K. Jamieson
Immanuel God with us, Dave Blaylock
Immeasurably More, Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn & Chris Tomlin
Immortal invisible, Martyn Layzell Inspired by the William C Smith (1824-1908);hymn
Immortal Invisible, Words: William Chalmers Smith (1824-1908)
Immortal invisible God only wise, Author W. Chalmers Smith (1824-1908)
Immortal Love forever full, John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-92)
In a dying hurting world (You're the light), Ben Cantelon
In a world that's lost and seeking (God one and only), Jonathon Douglas & Sam Knock
In all glory (My God reigns), Martin Cooper
In all I do and all I say (This is my worship), Nathan Fellingham
In all my vast concerns with thee, Isaac Watts (1674-17148)
In Christ alone, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
In Christ Alone (10th Anniv Score), Stuart Townend / Keith Getty
In every circumstance, David Fellingham.
In every day that dawns (I'm grateful), Kate Simmonds & Stuart Townend
In evil long I took delight, John Newton
In heaven and earth (Praise the Lord in all the earth), Noel Richards
In heavenly love abiding, Anna L. Waring
In Him I have believed, Kate Simmonds
In my life Lord In my life Lord be glorified be glorified, BOB KILPATRICK and compilers
In my weakness You are strong (You are the Lord), Wayne Drain
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer, William Henry Draper (1855-1933)
In our desperation, Mark Tedder
IN OUR HEARTS LORD (Awakening), Chris Tomlin / Reuben Morgan
In the beginning (Centre of it all), Tim Hughes
In the beginning was darkness and nothing (Breath of God), Vicky Beeching
In the bleak mid-winter, CHRISTINA ROSSETTI (1830-94) altd.
In The Bleak Midwinter, Christina G. Rossetti
In the Book of God so precious, George Bennard
In the cross of Christ I glory, John Bowring (1792-1872)
In the early morning light (Because He lives), Noel & Tricia Richards
In the name of the Father (Our God saves), Paul Baloche & Brenton Brown
In the power of God's own Spirit, Albert F. Bayly (1901-
In the stillness (Show me Your ways), Chris Bowater
In the stillness (The Waiting), David Gate
In the tomb so cold (Christ is risen), Graham Kendrick
In these last days (Waterfall), Wayne Drain and Nathan Fancher
In this moment here I am (God is coming), Martin Smith & Tim Hughes
In Your presence there is fullness (God is here), Lara Martin
In Your surrender (King of all days), Dylan Thomas
Infant holy Infant lowly, W zlobie lezy, Anonymouse
Inkululeko (With rejoicing), Evan Rogers
Inside outside under my skin, Stuart Garrard & Martin Smith
Inspirer of the ancient seers, Charles Wesley
Into marvellous light I'm running (Marvellous light), Charlie Hall
Into the darkness (Come Lord Jesus come), Maggi Dawn
INTO THIS BROKEN WORLD YOU CAME (Never Stop Singing), Tim Hughes, Paul Evans, Martin Smith & Ben Cantelon
Into Your hands I commit again (With all I am), Reuben Morgan
Investigate my life, Martin Smith/Stuart Garrard
Is it true today (History maker), Martin Smith
Is there a place rest can be found (Hear my cry), Wayne Drain/Noel & Tricia Richards
Is there anyone here (I am Yours), Aaron Keyes, Gary Sadler, & John Hartley
It came upon a midnight clear, E. H. Sears (1810-1876)
It Came Upon The Midnight Clear, E. H. Sears
It doesn't matter what you've done (Not guilty anymore), Aaron Keyes & Andy Lehman
It is a thing most wonderful, William W. How
It is by grace (Grace), Ian Smale
It is by your mighty power, Geraldine Latty
It is true (God You're so amazing), Doug Horley, Mark Read and Steve Whitehouse
It may be at morn, H L Turner (fl. 1878)
It passeth knowledge that dear love of Thine, Mary Shekleton (1827-1883)
It takes faith, Mark Tedder
It was a dark night (A ghost on the water), Ian Smale
It was down at the feet of Jesus, Elisha A. Hoffman
It's a wonderful wonderful wonderful feeling, Ian Smale
It's amazing astounding extravagant grace, Geraldine Latty
It's been long (Sweet rain), Wayne Drain
It's Christmas time it's Christmas time, Keith & Linda Ross
It's Christmas time so let's rejoice, Johnny Moore-Crispin
It's funny how (This kingdom), Andy Bromley & Chris Donohue
It's just impossible to find the words (My wonder), Paul Oakley
It's only when I look back (You carried me), John Pantry
It's party time around the world, Ian Smale
It's rising up, Matt Redman & Martin Smith.
It's taken time for me to understand (I'm falling), Mark Tedder
It's the power, Edwin Brown
It's there in the newborn cry (Your grace finds me), Matt Redman
It's Your blood that saved me (To You be the glory), Sim Walker & Chris Sayburn
Ive been washing my nets (Breakout), Godfrey Birtill
Jehovah Jireh God will provide (Hebrew Names for God), Ian Smale
Jehovah provider (You are able), Nathan and Christy Nockels
Jesu lover of my soul, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesu priceless treasure, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Jesu thou joy of loving hearts, tr. Ray Palmer (1808-87)
Jesus - the name high over all, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus bids us shine, Susan Warner 1819-1885
Jesus blessed Saviour, Frances R. Havergal
Jesus calls us o'er the tumult, Cecil F. Alexander
Jesus can we talk tonight (Have Your way), John Ellis
Jesus Christ (All my love), Noel Richards
Jesus Christ (Once again), Matt Redman.
Jesus Christ Emmanuel, Martyn Layzell
Jesus Christ has made the way (I stand), Matt Weedall
Jesus Christ Holy One, Nathan Fellingham
Jesus Christ is risen today Hallelujah, Lyra Oavidica 1708
Jesus Christ perfect love (Perfect love), Geraldine Latty and busbee
Jesus Christ You never change (Morning Star), Al Gordon & Tim Hughes
Jesus come take me away (Come for me), Charlie Hall
Jesus comes with all his grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus comes with pow'r to gladden, Carrie Breck (1855-1934)
Jesus draw me ever nearer (May this journey), Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
Jesus ever abiding friend, Keith Getty & Steve Siler
Jesus faithful and true (No more eagles in the chicken coop), Godfrey Birtill
Jesus friend of little children, Walter John Mathams (1853-1931)
Jesus good above all other, Percy Dearmer (1867-1936)
Jesus has died that I might live, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus has rolled my sins away (Lift Him higher), Dave & James Middleton
Jesus how I love You, Words: Ali Croxford, Simon Goodall & Jonny Moore-Crispin
Jesus how lovely You are, Dave Bolton
Jesus I am resting resting, Jean Sophia Pigott
Jesus I could sing (If I have not love), Matt Redman
Jesus I fain would find, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus I love You, Jessica Warne
Jesus I my cross have taken, Henry F. Lyte
Jesus I'm here to worship You, Jenny Oliver
Jesus if still the same thou art, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus invites his saints, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Jesus is coming sing the glad word, Daniel W. Whittle
Jesus is Lord, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Jesus is my loving Saviour, George Bennard
Jesus is my Saviour, Ken Warke
Jesus is tenderly calling thee home, Fanny J. Crosby
Jesus is the light of the world, Johnny Moore-Crispin
Jesus is the name we honour (Jesus is our God), Phil Lawson Johnston
Jesus is the rock, Andy Gilbert
Jesus is the solid rock, Rachel G Morton
Jesus Jesus, Doug Horley / Mark Read / Nick Haigh / Rob Critchley
Jesus Jesus (Jesus - He is Lord), Ian Smale
Jesus Jesus (My Saviour my friend), Johnny Burns
Jesus Jesus Holy (Glorify Your name), David Holmes & Darlene Zschech
Jesus Jesus Jesus (Jesus how I love Your name), Dave Bilbrough
Jesus keep me near the cross, Fanny J. Crosby
Jesus let me ever be, Charles Wesley
Jesus let your kingdom come here (King of Heaven), Paul Baloche & Jason Ingram
Jesus lives Thy terrors now, C. F. Gellert (1715-69) tr. Frances Elizabeth Cox
Jesus Lord we look to thee, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Jesus lover of my soul, Words: Charles Wesley (1707-88) Music: Joseph Parry (1841-1903)
Jesus lover of my soul, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Jesus lover of my soul, J.Ezzy, D. Grul, S. McPherson.
Jesus lover of my soul (It's all about You), Paul Oakley
Jesus loves me this I know, Anna H. Warner
Jesus loves the church (Can you hear him singing ), Mike Sandeman
Jesus may come today, George Walker Whitcomb (fl.1910)
Jesus melt my cold heart (Take me deeper), Caroline Bonnett & Steve Bassett
Jesus my King my wonderful Saviour (Wonderful Saviour), J M Harris (1867-1934)
Jesus my lord how rich thy grace, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
Jesus my strength, Godfrey Birtill
Jesus my strength my hope, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Jesus my Truth my Way, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus name above all names (In Your name), Andrew Small & Doug Williams
Jesus only is our Message, A.B. Simpson
Jesus our Lord and King, Anon., 1858
Jesus put this song into our hearts, Graham Kendrick
Jesus Redeemer (Redeemer), Tim Hughes
Jesus said give up everything (D.I.S.C.I.P.L.E.), Ian Smale
Jesus Saviour, Gareth Robinson
Jesus says I am with you always (Therefore go), Chrissie Pepper
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun, Isaac Watts (1674-1748) based on Psalm 72: 5-19
Jesus stand among us, Graham Kendrick.
Jesus the good Shepherd is, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus the Lord says, I am the bread,, vv.1 3-5: Anon.
Jesus the name above all others, Chris Bowater
Jesus the name high over all, Charles Wesley (1707 -1788) arr Godfrey Birtill
Jesus the name high over all, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Jesus there is no one like you (How I love You), Ben Cantelon
Jesus Thy blood and righteousness, N L von Zinzendorf tr. John Wesley,
Jesus we look to Thee, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Jesus we welcome You, Rob Newey
Jesus went a walking, Julia Plaut
Jesus what a beautiful name, Tanya Riches
Jesus where'er thy people meet, WILLIAM COWPER (1731-1800)
Jesus You are all to me, Phil Coomber
Jesus You are here (Won't stay silent), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Jesus You are mercy (Jesus You are worthy), Brenton Brown & Don Williams
Jesus You are my Shepherd, Steve Woods and Jamie Quiring
Jesus You humbled yourself, Gareth Robinson
Jesus You rescued me (This is Your grace), Jo Petch
Jesus You took my infirmity, Peter Simpson
Jesus You're the one, Tony Cook, Ali Croxford & Simon Goodall
Jesus Your beauty is filling this temple (Holy river), Sue Rinaldi & Caroline Bonnett
Jesus Your Name, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty & Ian Hannah
Jesus' hands were kind hands, Margaret Cropper (1886- )
Jesus, our mighty Lord, CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA (c.170-?220)
Jesus, Saviour ever mild, Richard Frederick Littledale (1833-90)and others
Jesus, see me at Thy feet,, George Bennard
Jesus, stand among us, William Pennefather
Jesus, sun and shield art thou, Horatius Bonar (1808-89)
Jesus, take me as I am, Dave Bryant
Jesus, the Conqueror, reigns, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Jesus, the First and Last, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, the gift divine I know, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, the very thought of thee, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78)
Jesus, the word bestow, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, Thine all-victorious love, Charles Wesley
Jesus, Thou joy of loving hearts, Bernard of Clairvaux
Jesus, thou soul of all our joys, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, Thou sovereign Lord of all, Charles Wesley
Jesus, thy blood and righteousness, Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-60)
Jesus, thy boundless love to me, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
Jesus, thy far-extended fame, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Jesus, thy wandering sheep behold!, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, to your table led, Robert Hall Baynes (1831-95)
Jesus, united by thy grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, we celebrate Your victory, John Gibson
Jesus, we enthrone You (Lord Jesus we enthrone You), Paul Kyle
Jesus, we follow thee, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Jesus, we look to thee, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, we thus obey, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Jesus, when made in the likeness of men, Anonymous
Jesus, where'er thy people meet, William Cowper (1731-1800)
Jesus, You alone, Tim Hughes
Jesus, You are holy (None like You), Eoghan Heaslip/Nick Herbert/Nicole Brown
Jingle Bells,
Join all on earth rejoice and sing, CHARLES WESLEY (1707-88)
Join all the glorious names, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Join all the glorious names, Keith Getty & Kristyn Lennox
Jonana Jo!, Traditional African song Arr. Evan Rogers
Joy has dawned upon the world, Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
Joy is the theme of my song (Beautiful news), Matt Redman
Joy to the world, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Joy to the world (Shout for Joy), Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster, Jason Ingram, Isaac Watts, GF Handel
Joy to the world (Unspeakable joy), Lyrics by Isaac Watts Music by George F. Handel Arrangement & Additional Chorus by Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash& Matt Gilder
Joy To The World!, Isaac Watts
JOY, JOY, UNSPEAKABLE JOY, Matt Redman, Ben Fielding, Jason Ingram & Chris Tomlin
Joys are flowing like a river, Mamie P. Ferguson
Jubilate everybody (Jubilate Deo), Fred Dunn
Judge eternal, throned in splendour, Henry Scott Holland (1847-1918) alt.
Jump and shout, Ralph Ward
Jump jump, I can jump, Julia Plaut
Jumping for God, Julia Plaut
Just a song to say I love You, Anthony Spicer
Just as He said, Godfrey Birtill
Just as I am, Music: A H Brownm (1830-1926) Words: Charlotte Elliot (1789-1871)
Just as I am, without one plea, Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871)
Justice is God's way (Justice), Mark Tedder, Tom Lane & John Hartley
Keep me always in love, Paul Oakley & Chris Spring
Keep me shining, Lord, KB Wilkinson 1859-1928
Keep the Faith, Martin Smith, Nick Herbert & Tim Hughes
Kindle a flame, Iona Community
King Jesus I believe, Martyn Layzell
King of all, Andy Smith
King of angels (Praise You), Paul Oakley
King of glory (Glorious), Al Gordon
King of Glory, King of Peace, George Herbert (1593-1633)
King of kings and Lord of lords,, Anon.
King of love, Doug Horley
King of the ages, Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
Kingdoms rise and kingdoms fall (You will always be), Kristian Stanfill
Knowing Your Grace (Child of the King), Terry Virgo & Stuart Townend
Kum Ba Ya, Anonymous
Kyrie Eleison have mercy, Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
Lamb of God, whose dying love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Land of pure delight, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
Laud and honour to the Father, Latin, 7th or 8th cent,
Laudate, onmes gentes,, Taize Community
Lead kindly light, amid the encircling gloom, lead thou me on, J. H. NEWMAN (1801-90)
Lead me, Brenton Brown
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us, James Edmeston (1791-1867) alt
Leader of faithful souls, and guide, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Led like a lamb (You're alive), Graham Kendrick
Left my fear (All I need is You), Marty Sson
Let all mortal flesh keep silence, from the Liturgy of St James, c. 4th cent.
Let all mortal flesh keep silence, tr. G. Moultrie (1829-85)
Let all the people praise Thee,, Lelia N. Morris (1862-1929)
Let all the world in every corner sing, George Herbert
Let earth and heaven agree, Charles Wesley
Let earth and heaven combine, Charles Wesley
Let everyone who worships God (Be happy and be glad), Ishmael
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord, Matt Redman
Let God arise, Dave Middleton
Let him to whom we now belong, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Let me be in love with what You love (Choose), Christy Nockels/Nathan Nockels
Let me see the whole world (Running with Your heart), Charlie Hall, Kendal Combes, Quint Anderson,
Let me shout God's praise (Like a wild goose), Godfrey Birtill
Let me sing for the glory of heaven, Samuel Trevor Francis (1834-1925)
Let no one caught in sin (Christ is risen), Matt Maher & Mia Fieldes
Let now the weak (Saviour King), Mia Fieldes / Marty Sampson
Let our lives become a song for You (All that really matters), Matt Redman/Jonas Myrin
LET OUR PRAISE BE YOUR WELCOME (We are here for You), Matt Maher, Matt Redman, Tim Wanstall & Jesse Reeves
Let the chords ring out (Brand new day), Johnny Parks, Cathy Parks & Matt Redman
Let the earth resound, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Let the heavens rejoice, Paul Baloche and Gary Sadler
Let the weak say I am strong (What the Lord has done in me), Reuben Morgan
Let the whole world sing (Let the whole world), David Kennedy & Jay Cook
Let the world rejoice together, GEOFFREY GARDNER
Let there be love shared among us, Dave Bilbrough
Let us celebrate, Alison Croxford
Let us come together (We will worship Him), Brenton Brown
Let us sing a song that will cheer us by the way,, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
Let us sing of His love once again, Francis Bottome
Let us with a gladsome mind, John Milton
Let voices sing (Great church), Johnny Parks, Cathy Parks & Claire Hamilton
Let worship be the fuel for mission's flame (Mission's flame), Matt Redman
Let's thank the Lord for music, Ian Smale
Lets all sing a travelling song (Rolling Along), Ralph Ward
Life and light and joy are found, Charles Edward Mudie (1818-90)
Life's too short to be lukewarm (When all is said and done), Matt Redman
Lift high the Cross, the love of Christ proclaim, Refrain: GEORGE W. KITCHIN (1827-1912)
Lift up your eyes to the heavens (Balsam trees), Godfrey Birtill
Lift up your gaze (King of glory), Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
Lift up your heads, James Montgomery (1771-1854) Adpt. Godfrey Birtill
Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass, James Montgomery (1771-1854) alt.
Lift up your heads, you mighty gates, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Lift up your heart, lift up your voice, CHARLES WESLEY (1707-88)
Lift up your hearts to things above, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee, H. Montagu Butler (1833-1918)
Light of God (Getty), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Light of God (Tedder), Mark Tedder
Light of the world, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Light of the world (Here I am to worship), Tim Hughes
Light will come to those who wait (All God's children), Martin Smith / Stuart Garrard / Jonathan Thatcher
Like a fragrant oil (Fragrant), Paul Oakley
Like a mighty river, Dave Bilbrough
Like a river, glorious, Frances R. Havergal
Like a whisper (You are my God), Brenton Brown
Like the starlight of crystal (Your song to me), Keith Getty & Kristyn Getty
Like the sunshine, Stuart Townend
Like the water's roar (God Almighty), Ed Cash/Chris Tomlin
Listen, Alison Croxford
Little boys and little girls (The arms of Jesus), Andreana Arganda
Little one, precious one (For always), Andreana Arganda
Little people (Find Your kindness), Rend Collective Experiment
Lo! He comes with clouds descending, John Cennick and Charles Wesley
Lo, God is here, let us adore, tr. Gerhard Tersteegan, John Wesley (1703-91)
Lo, he comes with clouds descending, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lo, He comes with clouds descending, Charles Wesley
Lo, how a rose is growing,, German 15th cent.
Long before we were created (The story of grace), Geraldine Latty
Look around at what you see (Love will find a way), Martin Smith / Stuart Garrard / Jonathan Thatcher
LOOK INSIDE THE MYSTERY (Glorious), Brenton Brown & Paul Baloche
Look to the skies (Worship the King), Graham Kendrick / Arr. David Peacock
Look what You've done, John Ellis
Look, Ye Saints, The Sight Is Glorious;, Thomas Kelly
Looking for Your presence (Carrying You), Godfrey Birtill & Martin Scott
Looking in the sky (Amazing God), Nathan Fellingham & Paul Oakley
Looks like the river's turned (There is an angel), Martin Smith
Looks like tonight the sky is heavy (Rain down), Martin Smith / Stuart Garrard
Lord Christ, who on thy heart didst bear, Arnold Thomas (1848-1924) alt.
Lord God, by whom all change is wrought, Thomas Hornblower Gill (1819-1906)
Lord God, the Holy Ghost, James Montgomery
Lord have mercy on us, Graham Kendrick
Lord here we are (You are the One), Tre & Tori Sheppard
Lord here we stand, Ian & Irene Smale
Lord how majestic You are (You are my everything), Stuart Townend
Lord I bring to You all that I am, Andrew Mitchell
Lord I come, Geraldine Latty
Lord I come before Your throne (What a faithful God), Robert Critchley / Dawn Critchley
Lord I still believe (You give hope), Simon Parkin, Dan Boreham, Ed Hawkins & Mikey Randon
Lord I'm grateful (Grace), Stuart Townend & Fred Heumann
Lord it belongs not to my care, RICHARD BAXTER (1615-91) altd.
Lord Jesus as we walk (Step by step), Pam Cain
Lord Jesus Christ, we seek Thy face, Alexander Stewart (1843-1923)
Lord Jesus, in the days of old, James Ashcroft Noble (1844-96)
Lord Jesus, please help us today, Katie Brown
Lord Jesus, think on me, SYNESIUS OF CYRENE (C.375-430)
Lord Jesus, Thou dost keep Thy child, Jean Sophia Piggot
Lord let your glory fall (You are good), Matt Redman
Lord my life is an empty cup (Just to be with You), Paul Baloche and Jason Ingram
Lord of all being, throned afar, Oliver W. Holmes
Lord of all good, our gifts we bring to thee, Albert F. Bayly
Lord of all the earth, Johnny Parks, Tim Hughes
Lord of all the earth (High and lifted up), Darlene Zschech & Mike Guglielmucci
Lord of our highest love, G. Y. Tickle (1819-88)
Lord of the church, Gareth Robinson
Lord of the earth (More than anything), Andy & Jacob Bromley
Lord of the home, your only Son, Albert F. Bayly
Lord of the worlds above, Isaac Watts
Lord there's so much I could say (I need You more), Chris McClarney, Anthony Skinner & Joseph Ensminger
Lord turn Your footsteps, Godfrey Birtill
Lord we draw near to You (We exalt You), Gareth Robinson
Lord we have seen the rising sun (Shine), Matt Redman
Lord we long for You (Heal our nation), Patricia Morgan / Ray Goudie / Ian Townend / Dave Bankhead
Lord we love to praise You (Privilege), Mark Beswick & Howard Francis
Lord we wait, Stuart Townend and Keith Getty
Lord we've come to worship You, Ian Smale.
Lord when I think of You (Head over heels), Ken Riley
Lord You are calling, Simon & Lorraine Fenner
Lord you are my righteousness, Andrew Rogers
Lord You brought heaven to earth, Martin Smith & Chris Tomlin
Lord You have my heart, Martin Smith
Lord You put a tongue in my mouth, Ian Smale
Lord, as of old at Pentecost, Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Charlotte G Homer)
Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing, John Fawcett
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour, G. H. Bourne (1840-1925)
Lord, fill this place (Fill this place), Roy Fields
Lord, her watch Thy church is keeping, Henry Downton
Lord, I believe a rest remains, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lord, I have made thy word my choice, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Lord, I hear of showers of blessing, Elizabeth Codner (1824-1919)
Lord, I was blind!, William Tidd Matson (1833-99)
Lord, if at thy command, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lord, in the strength of grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lord, in this blest and hallowed hour, Josiah Conder (1789-1855)
Lord, it belongs not to my care, Richard Baxter (1615-91)
Lord, keep us safe this night,, John Leland (1754-1841)
Lord, let your grace descend on those, James Newton (1732-90)
Lord, save thy world, Albert F. Bayly
Lord, speak to me, that I may speak, Frances R. Havergal
Lord, teach us how to pray aright, James Montgomery (1771-1854)
Lord, that I may learn of thee, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lord, this heart must sing (Never lose the wonder), Tim Hughes
Lord, thy glory fills the heaven;, RICHARD MANT (1776-1848) altd.
Lord, thy word abideth, Henry Williams Baker (1821-77)
Lord, we believe to us and ours, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Lord, who throughout these forty days, Claudia F. Hernaman (1838-98)
Lord, You are so precious to me, Graham Kendrick.
Lost and stranded (Glow), Matt Crocker/Joel Houston
Lost for words (Evermore), Joel Houston
Lost in the shadows (Look to the Lord), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Lost in the shuffle (Dancing with the Father), Wayne Drain
Love came down, Bryn Haworth
Love came down at Christmas, Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830-94)
Love Came Down At Christmas, Christina Rossetti (1830-94)
Love divine, Words: Charles Wesley (1707-88) Music: Rend Collective Experiment
Love divine all loves excelling, Chris Eaton & John Hartley
Love Divine, how sweet Thou art!, Charles Wesley
Love God (These 10 rules are all you need), Julia Plaut & Sally Humble-Jackson
Love has no higher name, Simon Parking
Love is on my side (Celebrate Your love), David Ostby
Love is patient, love is kind, Sandra Scriven
Love is what You give, Suzy Smale & Simon Fenner
Love of God, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Love so incredible (Foreverandever etc), David Crowder, Jack Parker & Mike Dodson
Love songs from heaven, Noel & Tricia Richards
Love that cleanses all my stains (Your healing love), Robert Critchley
Love the Lord with all your heart (Love the Lord your God), Words: Ali Croxford & Simon Goodall
Love unfailing (To the ends of the earth), Marty Sson & Joel Houston
Loved before the dawn of time (Salvation's song), Stuart Townend & Andrew Small
Lover of my soul (Steadfast Saviour), Andy Bromley & Howard Williams
Loving Jesus gentle Lamb, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Low in the grave He lay, Robert Lowry
Magnificent, Chris Bowater
Majestic sweetness sits enthroned, Samuel Stennett (1727-1795)
Majesty and praise (No other God), Paul Oakley
Majesty of Heaven, Chris Tomlin,Matt Redman & Jesse Reeves
Make me a captive Lord, George Matheson
Make me a captive Lord, GEORGE MATHESON (1842-1906)
Make me a channel of your peace, from a prayer sometimes attr. to ST FRANCIS (1182-
Make way make way, Graham Kendrick
Maker of all we see (All power), Nick Herbert & Eoghan Heaslip
Maker who formed the earth (Greater), Miriam Webster
Man of sorrows, Words and Music: Philipp Bliss (1838-1876)
Many are the plans, Godfrey Birtill
Many are the words we speak (Now to live the life), Matt Redman
Many old forerunners (It's over), Godfrey Birtill
March on my soul with strength, William Wright (1859-1924) alt.
Marvellous Your works O Lord, Miriam Webster
Master speak Thy servant heareth, Frances R. Havergal
Master the tempest is raging, Mary A. Baker (1831-1921)
Matthew, Mark and Luke and John (The NT song), Ian Smale
May I be broken bread (Broken bread), Rend Collective Experiment
May our homes be filled with dancing (Hear our praises), Reuben Morgan
May the fragrance, Graham Kendrick
May the grace of Christ our Saviour, John Newton (1725-1807)
May the Lord bless you and keep you (Bless you and keep you), Marc James
May The Mind Of Christ My Saviour, Kate B. Wilkinson (1859-1928)
May the peace of God (Benediction), Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
May the words of my mouth, Tim Hughes & Rob Hill
May Your joy be in my heart,, James Wright
May your life in this world (The blessing), Sammy Horner
Meekness and majesty (This is Your God), Graham Kendrick
Meet and right it is to sing, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Meet with us Lord (Holy Lord King of Kings), Andrew Mitchell
Men of faith (Shout to the north), Martin Smith
Merciful God, Keith & Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend
Mighty God, while angels bless thee, ROBERT ROBINSON (1735-90) altd.
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord, Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910)
More about Jesus would I know, Eliza E. Hewitt
More holiness give me, more strivings within, Philip P Bliss (1838-1876)
More than just my words (Draw near), Miriam Webster
More than the moon (I love You), Andreana Arganda
Mountain maker (You do all things well), Chris Tomlin, John Michael Clement & Jesse Reeves
Moving with the Father (Joy), Ken Riley
Mr Cow - Episode 2, Julia Plaut
My dear Redeemer and my Lord, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
My faith looks up to thee, Ray Palmer (1808-87)
My faith, it is an oaken staff, Thomas Toke Lynch (1818-71) alt.
My first love (Like a child), Stuart Townend
My God, Stuart Townend
My God how wonderful You are, New Music & Adapt of Words by Fredrick W. Faber (1814-1863) By Nick Herbert & Tom Eccleshall
My God shall supply all my needs, Ian Smale.
My God! I know, I feel thee mine, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
My God, accept my heart this day, Matthew Bridges (1800-94)
My God, how wonderful Thou art, Frederick W. Faber
My God, I am Thine, Charles Wesley
My God, I love thee - not because, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78)
My God, I love thee; not that my poor love, Edward Caswell 17th-cent. Latin, based on a 16th-cent. Spanish poem
My God, I thank thee, Adelaide Anne Procter (1825-64)
My God, I thank thee, who hast made, ADELAIDE A. PROCTER (1825-64) altd.
My God, my King, thy various praise, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
My God, the spring of all my joys, Isaac Watts
My gracious Lord, I own thy right, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
My greatest song is my life (My greatest devotion), Andy Bromley
My heart and voice I raise, Benjamin Rhodes (1743-1815)
My heart beats like a drum (New Year), Charlie Hall & Kendall Combes
My heart fails, Mark Tedder
My heart is filled with thankfulness, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
My heart is full of Christ, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
My heart is resting, O my God, Anna L. Waring
MY HEART IS RESTLESS (Wait for You), Nikki Fletcher, Luke Hellebronth & Tim Hughes
My heav'nly home is bright and fair, William Hunter (1811-1877)
My Helper, God! I bless His Name, Philip Doddridge
My hope is built on nothing less (My hope), Verse words: Edward Mote (1797 - 1874) Music & Chorus: Tim Wanstall & Matt Redman
My hope is built on nothing less (On Christ the solid rock), Words: Edward Mote (1797-1874) Music: W B Bradbury (1816-1868)
My hope is in the Lord, Robin Mark
My hope rests firm (My hope), Keith Getty & Richard Creighton
My Jesus, my lifeline, Tim Hughes
My Jesus, my Saviour (Shout to the Lord), Darlene Zschech.
My life is built on your promises (Alive), Ken Riley & Tim Hughes
My lips shall praise You (Restorer of my soul), Noel & Tricia Richards
My Lord has garments, Henry Barraclough
MY NAME IS WRITTEN ON YOUR HANDS, Tim Hughes, Nick Herbert & Ben Cantelon
My past won't stop haunting me (Empty and beautiful), Matt Maher
My salvation is secure (Joy of the Lord), Evan Rogers
My Saviour suffered on the tree,, attr Hodgson Casson (1788-1851)
My Saviour, how shall I proclaim, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
My Saviour, Redeemer (For all You've done), Reuben Morgan
My song is love unknown, Samuel Crossman (1624-84)
My song shall be of Jesus, Fanny J. Crosby
My soul finds rest (Psalm 62), Stuart Townend and Aaron Keyes
My soul is empty (I long for You), Gareth Robinson
My soul is weak (Clinging to the cross), Tim Hughes and Martin Smith
My soul proclaims (Great things), Matt Maher
My soul shouts glory to the Son of God, Fanny J. Crosby
My soul will sing (Psalm 103), Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend
My spirit longs for thee, JOHN BYROM (1692-1763) altd.
My troubled soul (Praise the mighty name of Jesus), Robert Critchley
Name of Jesus, Gerhard Tersteegen (1697-1769) translated Emma Fra
Nations are raging (Only You can Save), Case Crayenord, Tim Hughes & Matt Maher
Nations bow (Holy is the Lamb), James Rogers
Nature with open volume stands, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Nearer it comes and nearer,, Henry Ernest Nichol (1862-1926)
Nearer, my God, to Thee, Sarah Flower Adams
Nearer, still nearer, close to Thy heart, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
Never changing Your unfailing love (Waiting for the Son), Mark Tedder
Never further than thy cross, ELISABETH R. CHARLES (1828-96) altd.
Neverending, David Crowder, Jack Parker, Jeremy Bush & Mike Hogan
New every morning is the love, John Keble (1792-1866)
Night and day (Glory in the highest), David Ostby
No blood, no altar now, Horatius Bonar.
No longer in chains (The name of the Lord is to be praised), Andreana Arganda & Beth Redman
No longer just servants, Matt Redman
No matter how big I am (I'm made in the image of God), Ian Smale
No more veil! God bids me enter, Emma Frances Bevan (nče Shuttleworth) (1827-1909)
No more, my God, I boast no more, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
NO MOUNTAIN, NO VALLEY (Healing is in Your hands), Daniel Carson, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels, Matt Redman & Chris Tomlin
No one really knows (God is near), Rend Collective Experiment
No reputation, no stately bearing (Born that we may have life), Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher & Ed Cash
Noah was a faithful man of God, Doug Horley, Jonathan Roddick & Pete Bignall
None other lamb, none other name, Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830-94)
None other/Grace, Geraldine Latty
Nor silver nor gold hath obtained my redemption, James M. Gray (1851-1935)
Not all the blood of beasts, Isaac Watts
Not by might, Mick Gisbey
Not by words and not by deeds (You opened up my eyes), Martyn Layzell
Not living for my gain (Free to live in Your love), Doug Horley
Not my own! but saved by Jesus, Daniel W. Whittle
Not to us but to You be the glory, Nick Herbert & John Peters
Not to us O Lord (To Your Name be glory), Chris Bowater
Not what these hands have done, Horatius Bonar
Nothing between, Lord, nothing between, Eliza H Hamilton (fl.1878)
Nothing can separate (Your love never fails), Chris McClarney & Anthony Skinner
Nothing distress you, from Nada te turbe' ST TERESA OF AVILA (1515-82)
Nothing in this world, Tim Hughes
Nothing is too much to ask, Matt Redman / Mike Pilavachi
Nothing shall separate us, Noel & Tricia Richards
Nothing will change (My Hope), Paul Baloche, Ed Kerr, Sheila Rabe & Alyssa Mellinger
Nothing's too big big big, Doug Horley
Now come on everybody (Love come take me home), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice,Paul Baker, Jonny Ravn;& Steve Evans
Now I feel the sacred fire, Spiritual Songs and Hymns for Pilgrims (1879)
Now I have found the ground wherein, Tr. John Wesley
Now I will gaze into Your eyes (Even as I look upon Your face), Gareth Robinson, John Hartley & Steve Hindalong
Now in a song of grateful praise, Samuel Medley
Now let us see thy beauty, Lord, Benjamin Waugh (1839-1908)
Now may the fragrance (Celtic Christmas blessing), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Now now and ev'ry day, Doug Horley & Steve Whitehouse
Now tell us, gentle Mary, (part of) French carol, 15th cent
Now thank we all our God, Martin Rinkart (1588-1649), trs Catherine Winkwort
Now the day is ending (Love is still watching), Dan Wheeler
Now the day is over, Sabine Baring-Gould
Now to the Lord a noble song, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748) altd.
Now, my tongue, the mystery telling, THOMAS AQUINAS (C.1227-74)
O bless the Lord! He cleansed my soul, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
O bread to pilgrims given, tr. Ray Palmer (1808-87) alt.
O breath of God (The risen Christ - Doxology), Keith Getty & Phil Madeira
O Breath of God, breathe on us now, Alfred Henry Vine (1845-1917)
O Breath of life, come sweeping through us, Bessie Porter Head (1850-1936)
O Christ, what burdens bowed Thy head!, Anne Ross Cousin
O Church arise, Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
O come all ye faithful, Tr. Frederick Oakeley (1818-1866), altd.
O come all ye faithful, Tr. Frederick Oakeley (1802 - 80) Arr. Chris Tomlin
O come all ye faithful (We Adore You), Paul Baloche, Tim Janis, Traditional
O come and dwell in me, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O come Emmanuel , Paul Baloche & Rita Baloche (Traditional)
O come O come Emmanuel, Tr. John Mason Neale (1818-1866), altd.
O come, all ye faithful, tr. Frederick Oakeley (1802-80) and others
O Come, All Ye Faithful, Tr. Frederick Oakeley, altd
O come, and let us to the Lord, Irish Psalter (1880)
O come, O come, Immanuel, 18th Century Latin tr. John Mason Neale (1818-66)
O day of rest and gladness, Christopher Wordsworth
O Father, all creating, John Ellerton
O for a closer walk with God, William Cowper (1731-1800) Adapt. & new music: Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
O for a closer walk with God, Words: William Cowper (1731-1800) Adapt. & new music by Keith Getty
O for a closer walk with God (6 verses), Words: William Cowper (1731-1800)Music: Este's Psalter, 1592
O for a heart to praise my God, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
O for a thousand tongues, Charles Wesley (1707-1788) arr. Godfrey Birtill
O for a thousand tongues, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
O give thanks to the Lord, Chris Medway
O give thanks to the Lord, Joanne Pond
O God of Bethel, by whose hand, John Logan (1748-88) and others
O God of burning, cleansing flame (Send the fire), William Booth (1829 -1912) Adpt. Lex Loizides
O God of earth and altar, G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936)
O God of love (How good it is), Louise & Nathan Fellingham
O GOD Of Mercy God of Might, GODFREY THRING (1823-1903)
O God of our forefathers, hear, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O God our Father, who dost make us one, William Vaughan Jenkins (1868-1920)
O God our help in ages past, Isaac Watts
O God the God of blessing (O God), Gareth Robinson
O God, O Spirit known to us, T. A. Dewing
O God, of good the unfathomed sea!, Johann Scheffler Trans. John Wesley
O God, thou art the Father, tr. Duncan MacCregor (1854-1923)
O God, Thou bottomless abyss!, E. Lange tr. John Wesley
O God, thy being who can sound, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
O God, what offering shall I give, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
O golden day, when light shall break, Julia Harriette Johnston (1849-1919)
O happy day that fixed my choice, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
O happy day!, Philip Doddridge
O heavenly King, look down from above, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O holy night, Words: Placide Cappeau (1808 -87)Music: Adolphe Adam (1803 - 56)Arr. Chris Tomlin
O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace, Charles Coffin (1676-1749)
O how blest the hour, Lord Jesus, Karl Johann Philipp Spitta (1801-59)
O how wide and long and high and deep, Ian McGillivray
O Jesus Christ, grow thou in me, John Casper Lavater, Elizabeth Lee Smith
O Jesus, I have promised, J. E. Bode (1816-74)
O Jesus, King most wonderful, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78)
O Jesus, Son of God, Matt Redman
O King enthroned on high, tr. J. Brownlie (1857-1925)
O little one sweet, O little one mild, S. Scheidt (1650)
O little town of Bethlehem, Phillips Brooks 1835-1893
O Lord "with one accord, ", William Pennefather
O Lord (How majestic is Your name), Steve Burnhope
O Lord and Master of us all, John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-92)
O Lord I am devoted to You (Devoted), Martyn Layzell
O Lord I felt sad in church today (I felt sad in church today), Joanne Hogg
O Lord I'm crying for help (Psalm 34), Joanne Hogg
O Lord may I dwell (Matchless mercy), Nick Herbert & John Peters
O Lord my God (How great Thou art) (5 verses), Stuart Wesley Keene Hine
O Lord my God! (How great Thou art), Stuart K. Hine
O Lord of heaven and earth and sea, Christopher Wordsworth (1807-85)
O Lord of life, thy quickening voice, George MacDonald (1824-1905) alt.
O Lord our God (We will magnify), Phil Lawson Johnston
O LORD our God, arise, RALPH WARDLAW (1779-1853) altd.
O Lord You are my keeper (How loved am I), Lara Martin (Abundant Life Ministries, Bradford, England)
O Lord You've searched me (At the Cross), Reuben Morgan & Darlene Zschech
O Lord Your tenderness, Graham Kendrick
O Lord, enlarge our scanty thought, Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-60) and Johan
O LORD, hear my prayer,, Taize Community
O LORD, how shall I meet you, PAUL GERHARDT (1607-76)
O LORD, I would delight in thee, JOHN RYLAND (1753-1825)
O LORD, you are the life of the world,, C. M. KAO tr. LILY KAO
O Lord, You're great, Ian Smale.
O love divine! what hast Thou done?, Charles Wesley
O love divine, how sweet thou art!, Charles Wesley (1707-1788), Thomas Edward Brown
O love divine, what hast thou done, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
O love of God how strong and true, H. BONAR (1808-89) altd.
O love of God, how strong and true, Horatius Bonar
O Love that wilt not let me go, George Matheson
O love, how deep, how broad, how high, tr. Benjamin Webb (1819-85)
O loving Lord, who art for ever seeking, William Vaughan Jenkins (1868-1920)
O Master, let me walk with thee, Washington Gladden (1836-1918)
O my Saviour, lifted, William Walsham How
O my soul, arise and bless your Maker, Stuart Townend
O perfect life of love!, Henry Williams Baker
O perfect love, Neil Bennetts
O perfect love, all human thought transcending, Dorothy Frances Gurney (1858-1932) alt.
O praise him, O praise him, W. H. DRAPER (1855-1933) altd.
O precious sight (The wonder of the cross), Vicky Beeching
O sacred head once wounded, Bernard of Clairvaux and Gerhardt tr. Dr. Alexande
O sacred Head, sore wounded, Paul Gerhardt (1607-76)
O sacred King, Matt Redman
O Saviour, precious Saviour, Francis R. Havergal
O send thy light forth and thy truth, Scottish Psalter (1650)
O Sing a song of Bethlehem, L. F. BENSON (1855-1930)
O Sons and daughters let us sing! (Part 1), JEAN TISSERAND (d. 1494)
O Sons and daughters let us sing! (Part 2), JEAN TISSERAND (d. 1494)
O sons and daughters, let us sing, Jean Tisserand (d. 1494)
O sovereign God (Praise the Father, praise the Son), Chris Tomlin & Ed Cash
O Spirit of the living God, James Montgomery (1771-1854) alt.
O splendour of God's glory bright, tr. John Chandler (1806-76) and others
O sweet is the story of Jesus, Charles H. Gabriel
O taste and see, Dave Bilbrough
O tell me more of Christ, my Saviour, Eliza E. Hewitt
O that mine eyes might closed be, Thomas Ellwood (1639-1713)
O the bitter shame and sorrow, Theodore Monod (1836-1921)
O the blood that flowed (Killing hill), David Gate
O the deep deep love, Chris Bowater & David Lyon
O the deep deep love of Jesus, Words: S.T. Francis (1834-1925)
O thou not made with hands, Francis Turner Palgrave (1824-97)
O Thou not made with hands, F. T. PALGRAVE (1824-97)
O thou who camest from above, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O Thou who camest from above, Charles Wesley
O thou who this mysterious bread, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
O thou, whom once they flocked to hear, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O to see You (Pure light), Louie Giglio & Matt Redman
O what a gift! What a wonderful gift, Anonymous
O what a mystery, Case Crayenord & Tim Hughes
O what a Saviour that He died for me!, James McGranahan (1840-1907)
O what shall I do my Saviour to praise, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
O word of God incarnate, William Walsham How (1823-97)
O worship the King, J M Haydn (1737-1806), R Grant (1779-1838) & Arr. Chris Tomlin
O worship the King, all glorious above, Robert Grant (1779-1838)
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness!, John S.B. Monsell
O, for a thousand tongues to sing, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Of the father's love begotten, Prudentius (348-c. 410)
Offertory Prayers, Unknown
Oft in danger, oft in woe, F. S. Fuller-Maitland (1809-77)
Oh blessed Lamb once slain(He is Lord), Ben Fielding
Oh come, all ye faithful, tr. Fredenck Oakeley
Oh for a heart (Hymn of dedication), Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
Oh He's so sweet (So sweet), Noel Robinson;& Donna Akodu
Oh how strong the power of Jesus' name (Hallelujah to my King), Paul Baloche & Brenton Brown
Oh how sweet to trust You Jesus, Lyrics: Louisa M R Stead (1850-1917) Music: William J Kirkpatrick (1838-1921) Robert Critchley
Oh it's great, great, brill, brill (Great, great, brill, brill), Doug Horley
Oh let the poor rejoice now (This is life), Simon Brading
Oh Lord will You stretch our hearts? (Walls), Johnny Parks & Cathy Parks
Oh my soul come praise Your King (Oh my soul), Keith Getty & Margaret Becker
Oh my soul downcast within me (Rejoice), Noel & Tricia Richards & Kelly Minter
Oh our Lord , Paul Baloche, David Leonard & Leslie Jordan
Oh our Lord and King (King forever), Alan Rose.
Oh praise ye the Lord!, Henry Williams Baker.
Oh This God (You light up our way), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
Oh to see the dawn (The power of the cross), Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Oh what power (Such splendour), Mark Tedder, John Hartley & Tom Lane
Oh You've been so good to me (Here we go), Ben Cantelon
Oh, bless the Lord, my soul!, James Montgomery
Oh, for a heart to praise my God, Charles Wesley
Oh, for a thousand tongues to sing, Charles Wesley
Oh, how could it be (Remembrance), Matt Redman/Matt Maher
Oh, how sweet the glorious message, Albert B Simpson (1843-1919)
Oh, spread the tidings round, Francis Bottome (1823-1894)
Oh, wonderful, wonderful Word of the Lord, Julia Sterling (fl.1890)
Oh, You bring hope to the hopeless, Matt Crocker
Oi oi we are gonna praise the Lord, Doug Horley
Okey dokey hokey cokey (with rap), Doug Horley Rap: Efrem Buckle
Omnipotent Redeemer, Our transformed souls adore thee, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
On a dark night (This is Jesus Christ the King), Paul Oakley
On all the earth thy Spirit shower, alt. John Wesley (1703-91)
On Christ the solid rock (Rock of ages You will stand), Edward Mote (1797-1874)Adpt. Paul Baloche & Brenton Brown
On Christmas night all Christians sing, English Traditional
On holy ground (Join the song), Martyn Layzell, Nathan Fellingham & busbee
On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry, Charles Coffin (1676-1749) tr. John Chandler (1806
On that bright and golden, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
On that day, Geraldine Latty
On that day, Lex & Paul Buckley
On that day when I see (You hold me now), Matt Crocker & Reuben Morgan
On the African plains (Friend of the poor), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
On the eve of Christmas, tr. Arthur Morris Jones (1899-)
On the happy golden shore,, Anonymous
On the shores of our doubt (River wide), Tré Sheppard
Once again the Gospel message, Daniel W. Whittle
Once I thought I walked with Jesus, Francis A Blackmer (1855-1930)
Once I was dead to You (Promised land), Lou & Nathan Fellingham & busbee
Once I was far away (No height no depth), Kristyn& Keith Getty
Once in Royal David's City, Cecil F. Alexander (1818-1895)
Once it was the blessing, Albert B Simpson (1843-1919)
Once upon the tide I drifted, Johnson Oatman (1856-1922)
Once upon the tide I drifted (One hope), Noel Robinson / Donna Akodu
Once, In Royal David's City, Cecil F. Alexander
Once, only once, and once for all, William Bright
One day every voice will sing (Join the song), Vicky Beeching & Ed Cash
One day Lord (One day), Tré Sheppard
One day when heaven was filled with His praises, J. Wilbur Chapman
One heart one spirit (One heart), Dave Bilbrough
One moment the skies are blue (To the God above), James Gregory & Guy Bastable
One shall tell another (The wine of the kingdom), Graham Kendrick
One there is above all others, John Newton (1725-1807)
One thing I have desired of You Lord (Such beauty), Andy Bromley
One thing my heart is set upon (Intimacy), Matt Redman
One thing we ask (Arise), Paul Baloche and Don Moen
One who is all unfit to count, Narayan Vaman Tilak (1862-1919)
Only a step to Jesus!, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
Only one name lasts forever (I'm Singing), Kari Jobe, Ed Cash, Chris Tomlin
Onward Christian Soldiers, Music: Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) Words: Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924)
Ooo what a sad day (Sad day), Julia Plaut
Open my eyes and see (My soul sings), Martin Smith, Stuart Garrard & Jonathan Thatcher
Open now thy gates of beauty, BENJAMIN SCHMOLK (1672-1737)
Open our eyes (With everything), Joel Houston
Open The Eyes Of My Heart, Paul Baloche
Open up the gates of love (God is smiling), Martin Smith / Stuart Garrard / Jonathan Thatcher
Open up the skies (Kindness), Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio & Jesse Reeves
Open, Lord, my inward ear, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Our blest redeemer, ere he breathed, Henriette Auber (1773-1862)
Our confidence is in the Lord (He is our fortress), Noel & Tricia Richards
Our eyes have seen the wondrous cross (Hymn of the Ages), Graham Kendrick & Matt Redman
Our Father, Claire Morgans
Our Father who art in heaven (As it is in heaven), Matt Maher & Ed Cash
Our Father, by whose name, F. Bland Tucker (1895-
Our Father, whose creative love, Albert F. Bayly (1901-
Our God is a consuming fire (A mighty fortress), Christy and Nathan Nockels
Our God is endless (Our God is mighty), Johnny Parks, Cathy Parks & Claire Hamilton
Our God is great, Dave Bilbrough.
Our God is strong and mighty (Breaking out), Stuart Townend & Gary Sadler
Our God of heaven, Lord of earth, Peter Simpson
Our God stands like a fortress rock, MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546)
Our God, He lives forever (Yahweh), Reuben Morgan
Our hearts are breathing in (The more we see), Matt Redman/Chris Tomlin
Our hope is in You Lord, Geraldine Latty
Our Lord is now rejected, Daniel W. Whittle
Our Lord is risen from the dead, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Our Lord, his passion ended, F. C. Burkitt (1864-1935)
Out of the depths I cry to thee, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Outside the city walls (Love so High), Reuben Morgan, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin & Jason Ingram
Over fields of green, Keith Getty, Joanne Hogg & Lowell Alexander
Over in the stable, Alison Croxford
Over the dead of the desert (Fertile ground), Godfrey Birtill
Over the mountains (I could sing of Your love forever), Martin Smith
Over the skies of Bethlehem (Christmas Offering), Paul Baloche
Overwhelmed by love, Noel Richards
Pass me not, O gentle Saviour, Fanny J. Crosby
Patiently I wait, Sarahanne Wilmont & Neil Smyth
Peace to you, Dave Bankhead
Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin?, Edward H. Bickersteth
Place the coal upon my lips (Rise), Ken Riley
Pleasant are Thy courts above, Henry F Lyte (1793-1847)
Please let me stay (This is love), Stuart Townend
Pour out your fervent praise (Shout for Joy), Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster, Jason Ingram
Praise and thanksgiving, Albert F. Bayly (1901-) alt.
Praise Awaits, Noel Robinson & Donna Akodu
Praise awaits You, Matt Redman
Praise be to God (Mercy), Ian Smale
Praise God, from whom all blessings flow;, Thomas Ken (1637-1711)
Praise him on the trumpet, John Kennet
Praise Him praise Him, Fanny J. Crosby
Praise Him sun and moon (Shout praise), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Praise Him You Heavens (Great in power), Russell Fragar
Praise him, praise him in the morning, Anonymous
Praise him, praise him, all his children, Percy Dearmer (1867-1936) and Anonymous
Praise is rising (Hosanna), Brenton Brown & Paul Baloche
Praise the Father (All the earth), Charlie Hall, Kendall Combes, Brian Bergman, Will Hunt & Todd Cromwell
Praise the King of Glory, He is God alone;, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
Praise the Lord in the heavens , Matt Redman
Praise the Lord who reigns above, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Praise the Lord with heart and voice,, Lizzie de Armond (fl. c. 1900)
Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore Him, Anon
Praise the Lord, his glories show, Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847)
Praise the Lord, His glories show, Hallelujah!, Henry F. Lyte
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him, Anon.
Praise the Saviour, ye who know Him;, Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)
Praise to the Holiest in the height, John Henry Newman (1801-90)
Praise to the living God!, from the Hebrew Yigdal, c. 13th cent.
Praise to the Lord, Joachim Neander (1650-80) / Stuart Townend
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation, tr. Catherine Winkworth (1827-78)
Praise ye the Lord! 'Tis good to raise, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Praise ye theLord, ye servants of the Lord, tr. George Ratcliffe Woodward (1848-1934) and other
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Words: Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847)Music: John Goss (1800-1880)
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven, Henry F. Lyte
Praise, O praise our God and King, Henry Williams Baker (1821-77)
Praise, praise ye the name of Jehovah, our God, Horatius Bonar
Praises (At the foot of the cross), David Gate
Praises to the holy one (Let every voice), Paul Oakley
Pray that Jerusalem may have, Scottish Psalter (1650)
Pray, always pray; the Holy Spirit pleads, Edward Henry Bickersteth (1825-1906)
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, James Montgomery
Precious are the moments (Precious), Vicky Beeching
PRECIOUS CORNERSTONE, Chris Tomlin, Matt Maher, Matt Redman & Jesse Reeves
Precious, precious blood of Jesus, Frances R. Havergal
Purify my imagination, Godfrey Birtill
Put thou thy trust 'm God, PAUL GERHARDT (1607-76)
Radiant You're so radiant (Radiant), Nick Herbert
Raise up Raise up the standard, (Most of verses words from Hymn 'Hark the glad sound' by Phillip Doddridge (1702-1751)}. adap Godfrey Birtill
Reach up high, Rob Newey
Reconciled, Mike Kerry
Red and yellow, indigo and green (The Rainbow Song), Tony Cook
Redeem'd how I love to proclaim it,, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
Redeemed, from the empty way of life, Godfrey Birtill
Redeeming light of God, Mark Tedde
Rejoice and be glad! the Redeemer has come!, Horatius Bonar
Rejoice in the Lord always,,
Rejoice the Lord is King, Charles Wesley (1707-1788)
Rejoice! Rejoice!, Latin, 18th cent. (or earlier) based on Antiphons
Rejoice! Rejoice! our King is coming, Ira D Sankey (1840-1908)
Rejoice, believer, in the Lord, JOHN NEWTON (1725-1807) altd.
Rejoice, O people, in the mounting years, Albert F. Bayly
Rejoice, rejoice, Christ is in you, Graham Kendrick
Rejoice, the Lord is King, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Release Your power O God, Stuart Garrard
Relentless, Thomas More
Remember all the people, P Dearmer 1867-1936
Remember that Jesus always loves you (Jesus loves me), Geoff Britt
Remember your Creator, Jim Bailey
Resting in Your promise (Defender), Chris McClarney, John Hartley, Miriam Webster, Michael Tyler, Kees Kraayenoord, Henk Pool
Resting on the faithfulness of Christ our Lord, Frances R. Havergal
Restore O Lord, Graham Kendrick & Chris Rolinson
Reveal to us how Your heart beats (The Way), Cathy Burton
Revive thy work, O Lord, Albert Midlane (1825-1909)
Rich are the moments of blessing, Fanny J. Crosby
Ride on ride on in majesty, H. H. Milman & Frances R. Havergal
Ride on, Jesus, all victorious, William Williams (1717-91)
Righteous holy worthy are You (You are the living God), Shaun Griffiths
Righteous ruler of the heavens (Sing to the Lord), Matt Crocker and Mike Guglielmucci
Ring the bells, Alison Croxford
Rise up, Doug Horley & George Mhondera
Rise, my soul, arise, Charles Wesley
Rising up like a tide (Victorious), Johnny Parks & Matt Redman
River wash over me, Dougie Brown
Rock of ages, Augustus Montague Toplady
Safe in the arms of Jesus,, Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)
Salvation spring up from the ground (Salvation), Charlie Hall
Salvation! O the joyful sound!, Isaac Watts and W. W. Shirley
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,
Saved, Matt Redman
Saved by Your mercy (Hallelujah), Jonas Myrin & Marty Sson
Saviour closer than a brother (Pilgrim's Journey), Mark Tedder & Paul Oakley
Saviour from sin, I wait to prove, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Saviour I must sing (Saviour of the world), Kate Simmonds & Mark Edwards
Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise, John Ellerton (1826-93)
Saviour, and can it be, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Saviour, blessed Saviour, Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)
Saviour, who exalted high, RICHARD MANT (1776-1848) altd.
Say His Name (Yours forever), Joel Davies/Branden Lang
Say His Name (Yours forever), Joel Davies & Braden Lang
Say the word I will be free (Say the word), Stuart Townend
Search me and try me, Andy Smith
Search me O God (Search me), Vicky Beeching
Search me, O God! my actions try, Francis Bottome
Seasons come and seasons go (God of the future), Jo Petch
See Him Lying On a Bed Of Straw, Michael Perry
See His love, Tom Lockley
See how great a flame aspires, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
See Martha Weeping At A Tomb (God Of Compassion), Simon Brading & Graham Kendrick
See the Conqueror mounts in triumph, Christopher Wordsworth
See the Lamb of God, Edwin Brown
See the morning (Rejoice), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves & Ed Cash
See the morning light awake (Everything in Colour), Ben Cantelon, Tim Hughes & Nick Herbert
See the stricken boat (The man who calmed the sea), Stuart Townend / Gary Sadler
See what a morning (Resurrection hymn), Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
See what God has done, Jonathan Weeks & Jonathan Davies
See where our great High Priest, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
See, amid the winter's snow, Edward Caswall
See, Jesus, thy disciples see, Charles Wesley (1708-88)
Seems like so long ago (Mercy over me), Robert Critchley
Send the gospel of salvation, A. B. Simpson
Send Your Rain, Brenton Brown
Servant and King (Love come down), David Ruis and Eoghan Heaslip
Servant of all, to toil for man, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Shalom chaverim, Traditional, para. compilers
She is there in the crowd alone (She), Tre Sheppard
She only touched the hem of His garment, George F. Root
Shepherd divine, our wants relieve, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Shepherd of my thankful heart (Shepherd of my heart), Paul Oakley
Shepherds came, their praises bringing, Latin, 14th cent.
Shine love on me, Steve Woods
Shine thou upon us, Lord, John Ellerton (1826-93) alt.
Shining wonders, fields of splendour (Symphony), Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Jason Ingram, Louie Giglio & Matt Maher
Shout for joy, Dave Bilbrough
Shout for joy and sing your praises to the King, David Fellingham
Shout it in the street, Edmund Banyard (1920- )
Shout praises to the Holy One (Lord of all), Gio Galanti & Paul Nevison
Shout the news (Shout it), Geraldine Latty
Show me the way of the cross (The way of the cross), Matt Redman.
Show mercy, Sammy Horner, John Hartley & Phil Madeira
Silent Night, Joseph Mohr. Tr. S. A. Brooke
Silent Night, Joseph Mohr (1792-1848) Franz Gruber (1787-1863)
Silent night, holy night, Joseph Mohr (1792-1848)
Sing aloud, loud, loud,, PERCY DEARMER (1867-1936)
Sing me with a song of love (Songs of heaven), Ken Riley
Sing praise to God who reigns above, tr. Frances Elizabeth Cox (1812-97) and Honor Mary
Sing praise to the Lord!, H. W. BAKER (1821-77) altd.
Sing the wondrous love of Jesus, Eliza E. Hewitt
Sing to the great Jehovah's praise, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Sing to the King (Come let us sing a song), Billy James Foote 1st verse and theme from Sing we the King by Charles Silvester Horne (1865-1914)
Sing to the Lord, Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham & busbee
Sing to the Lord, Andy Ferret & Marc James
Sing to the Lord (Awaken the dawn), Stuart Garrard
Sing to the Lord a joyful song, John Samuel Bewley Monsell (1811-75)
Sing to the Lord with joyful voice, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Sing unto the Lord a new song, Mark Beswick, Howard Francis & Nicky Brown
Sing we the King who is coming to reign, Charles Silvester Horne (1865-1914)
Sing we the song of those who stand, JAMES MONTGOMERY (1771-1854)
Sing we triumphant hymns of praise, THE VENERABLE BEDE (673-735)
Sing, my soul, my heart rejoice (The joy of the Lord), Ken Riley
Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle, Venantius Fortunatus (c. 535-600) tr. Percy Dearme
Sing, my tongue, the Saviour's glory, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78) and others
Sinner, how thy heart is troubled, Fanny J. Crosby
Sinner, wheresoe'er thou art, Fanny J. Crosby
So fearfully and wonderfully made, Matt Redman & Beth Redman
So freely, Dave Bilbrough
So it's time (Rise up), Nathan Fellingham and Simon Brading
So many things (With Christ), Mia Fieldes
So much love (So alive), Brenton Brown
So this is love (First in my heart), Kelly Minter
Soften my heart, Michael Sandeman.
Soldiers of Christ, arise, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
SOME HOPE IN WHAT THEIR EYES CAN SEE, Kristian Stanfill / Chris Tomlin / Christy Nockels
Some people may say, Godfrey Birtill
Sometimes a light surprises, William Cowper
Sometimes a light surprises, WILLIAM COWPER (1731-1800)
Sometimes it's hard (Well with my soul), Brenton Brown & Daniel Ornellas. Chorus H.G.Spafford (1828-1888)
Sometimes when I feel Your love (I love Your love), Paul Oakley.
Son of God proved His love (Christ The Lord), Paul Baloche
Son of God You reign (The Greatest Gift), Vicky Beeching
Son of God, eternal Saviour,, S. C. LOWRY (1855-1932) altd.
Son of God, if thy free grace, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Songs of praise the angels sang, James Montgomery.
Songs of thankfulness and priase, CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH (1807- )
Soon and very soon (Soon), Brooke Fraser
Sound His praises, tell the story, Horatius Bonar (1808-1889)
Sound the gospel of grace abroad, Philipp P. Bliss
Sound the trumpet, Dave Bilbrough.
Sovereign Lord (Majesty), Martyn Layzell
Sowing in the morning, (Bringing in the sheaves), Knowles Shaw (1834-78)
Speak O Lord, Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
Speak, Lord, in Thy stillness, Emily May Crawford (1864-1927)
Speed Thy servants, Saviour, speed them, Thomas Kelly
Spirit divine, attend our prayers, Andrew Reed (1787-1862)
Spirit of faith, come down, Charles Wesley
Spirit of God (Wait for You), David Ruis and Eoghan Heaslip
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart, George Croly (1780-1860)
Spirit of heaven (Christ in me), Stuart Townend & Keith Getty.
Spirit of the living God / Fill us up and send us out (Commissioning Song), Daniel Iverson & Matt Redman
Spirit of truth, essential God, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Spirit of wisdom, turn our eyes, Anonymous
Stand by everything you said (More than life), Reuben Morgan
Stand up and bless the Lord, James Montgomery.
Stand up and heed heaven's call (Kingdom), Kristian Stanfill
Stand up, stand up for Jesus, Music: George J Webb (1803-1887) Words: George Duffield (1818-1888)
Stand, soldier of the cross, E. H. Bickersteth (1825-1906)
Standing at the portal, Frances R. Havergal
Standing by a purpose true, Philipp P. Bliss
Standing in Your presence (I live to know You), Darlene Zschech.
Standing on the promises of Christ our King, Russell Kelso Carter (1849-1926)
STANDING ON THIS MOUNTAIN TOP (Never Once), Matt Redman, Jason Ingram & Tim Wanstall
Stay with us, Taize Community
Stay, Master, stay upon this heavenly hill, Samuel Gregg (1804-76)
Still, my soul, be still, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend
Strength will rise (Everlasting God), Brenton Brown & Ken Riley
Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands, Liturgy of Malabar
Stupendous height of heavenly love, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Summer suns are glowing, William Walsham Howe (1823-97)
Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, John Keble (1792-1866)
Sunflowers, Julia Plaut
Sweet feast of love divine!, Edward Denny (1796-1889)
Sweet forgiveness (Chasing), Charlie Hall, Kendall Combes, & Todd Cromwell
Sweet is the promise 'I will not forget thee', Charles H. Gabriel
Sweet is the work, my God, my King, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Sweet Jesus Christ my sanity (Mystery), Charlie Hall
Take me or leave me (Its OK), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
Take me to that secret place (Draw me unto You), Andy Ferrett, Paul Oakley, and Marc James
Take me to Your sacred place (Sacred place), Noel & Tricia Richards
Take my life, Words by Frances Havergal (1836-1879)
Take my life (Arms open wide), Sam Knock
Take my life and let it be, Frances R Havergal (1836-1879) Adpt.& New Music Paul Oakley
Take my life, and let it be, Frances Ridley Havergal
Take off Your shoes where you stand, Stuart Barbour
Take the name of Jesus, Lydia Baxter (1809-1874)
Take the world, but give me Jesus,, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
Take this bread, Sammy Horner & John Hartley
Take this heart of mine (Ablaze), David Ostby
Take us to the river, Robin Mark
Talk with us, Lord, thyself reveal, Charles Wesley (1707-88) alt.
Teach me how to pray (The disciples prayer), Chris Bowater
Teach me Lord Jesus, Graham & Alyson Tucker
Teach me, my God and King, GEORGE HERBERT (1593-1633) altd.
Teach me, O Lord, thy holy way, William Tidd Matson (1833-99)
Tear down the walls, Matt Crocker & Joel Houston
Tell me the old, old story, Arabella Catherine Hankey (1834-1911)
Tell me the stories of Jesus, W. H. Parker (1845-1929) alt. v. 6 Ruth Fagg
Tell the whole wide world of Jesus, Eliza E. Hewitt
Thank You Father, Gareth Robinson
Thank You Father for Your unending grace, Gareth Scott
Thank You for saving me, Martin Smith
Thank you for the cross (O I love You), Graham Kendrick
Thank You for the Cross (Worthy is the Lamb), Darlene Zschech
Thank You God for all the trees (Thank You God), Ian Stewart
Thank You Lord for the food, Ian Smale
Thank you Lord that You are there (Safety Prayer), Neil Wilson
Thank You, thank You for the blood, Matt Redman
The Angel Gabriel, Chrissy Pepper
The Angel Gabriel from heaven came, Basque Carol
The battle of faith (By faith), Simon Brading
The battle rages on (White Flag), Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Matt Maher & Jason Ingram
The bird's don't worry (You can depend on Him), Stuart Townend
The birds can fly, Ian Smale
The blazing sunrise (Call to worship), Vicky Beeching
The breaking makes a sound (A beautiful collision), David Crowder & Jack Parker
The broken weary and poor (Song of the beautiful), Christy Nockels
The Church's One Foundation, Samuel John Stone
The city's ablaze (Rise to praise), Mark Tedder
The cross has said it all, Matt Redman & Martin Smith
The cross it standeth fast:, Adapted by Horatius Bonar (1808-1889)
The crucible for silver, Martin Smith
The day is brighter (Everything glorious), David Crowder
The day of resurrection, John of Damascus - c. 750) tr. John Mason Neale (1
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended, John Ellerton (1826-93)
The day will come (Blameless), Nick Herbert & John Peters
The day You heard my plea (My Master), Christy Nockels
The dear old story of a Saviour's love, Emily E. Hewitt
The die has been cast, Godfrey Birtill
The disease of my soul was spreading (Thank you for healing me), Matt Redman
The duteous day now closes, based on Paul Gerhardt (1607-76)
The earth is the Lord's (King of Glory), Andy Bromley
The earth is the Lords, Graham Kendrick
The enemy has been defeated (Shout unto God), Joel Houston & Marty Sson
The fight is on, the trumpet sound is ringing out,, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
The First Nowell, Author unknown
The first nowell, Anon.
The fullness of the Godhead, Anonymous
The future comes alive (Freedom is here), Scott Ligertwood & Reuben Morgan
The glory of our King was seen, Margaret Cropper (1886-) alt.
The God of Abraham praise, Thomas Olivers
The God of love my Shepherd is, George Herbert (1593-1633)
The God of time and eternity (Our God He reigns), Simon Brading & Matt Redman
The gospel bells are ringing, Samuel Wesley Martin (born 1839)
The gospel of Thy grace, Arthur T. Pierson
The grace of God, Judy Pruett
The great Physician now is near, William Hunter
The greatest day, Evan Rogers
The greatest day in history (Happy day), Tim Hughes & Ben Cantelon
The greatest love, Edwin Brown
The Greatness of God My God, my king, thy various praise, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
The harvest is ripe (Across the universe), Christ McClarney, John Hartley & Aaron Keyes
The Head That Once Was Crowned With Thorns, Thomas Kelly
The head that once was crowned with thorns (with chorus), Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)
The heaven of heavens cannot contain, W. DRENNAN (1754-1820)
The heavens and the earth (Creator King), Eoghan Heaslip & Hanif Williams
The heavens declare (Let us adore), Reuben Morgan
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
The joy of the Lord (Great grace), Godfrey Birtill
The King is among us, Graham Kendrick
The King of love, Henry Williams Baker
The King of love (The King has come), Kevin Jamieson & Stuart Townend
The King of love my Shepherd is, Henry Williams Baker (1821-77)
The light of morning sheds its rays, Latin (possibly 4th or 5th cent.)
The Light of the World, Stuart Townend & J K Jamieson
The Lord ascendeth up on high, Arthur Tozer Russell (1806-74)
The Lord bless you, Colin Pye
The Lord gives strength (Strength), Ian Smale
The Lord has told you what is good (Live humbly), Doug Horley
The Lord is a God of Justice, Ian Smale
The Lord is close to the broken hearted, Johnny Parks & Phil Mawhinney
The Lord is King (You're Alive), Chris Sayburn
The Lord is King! Lift up thy voice, Josiah Conder (1789-1855)
The Lord is marching out (O give thanks), Graham Kendrick
The Lord is my Shepherd, Doug Horley
The Lord is my shepherd (Safe in Your Arms), Martin Smith & Chris Tomlin
The Lord is my Shepherd,, Anonymous
The Lord is my strong fortress (Lift me up as I bow down), Andy Ferrett
The Lord is near, Peter James
The Lord is our rock, Andy Ferrett & Simon Brading
The Lord is so cool, Ian Smale
The Lord Jehovah reigns, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
The Lord loves me, Ian Smale
The Lord our God is searching (Awakening), Andrew Mitchell
The Lord will come, and not be slow, John Milton (1608-74)
The Lord's my Shepherd, Jessie Seymour Irvine
The Lord's my Shepherd (Angel of the Lord), Miriam Webster
The Lord's my Shepherd (Call & Response), Author Unknown
The Lord's my shepherd (Psalm 23), Stuart Townend
The love of Love's word, Godfrey Birtill & Jack Groblewski
THE NAME OF JESUS IS A REFUGE , Kristian Stanfill, Daniel Carson, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves & Ed Cash
The Name of the Lord (You alone are God), Nathan Fellingham & Louise Fellingham
The only one who's true (The only one), Andy Bromley
The peace of God (Peace), Simeon Webster
The perfect wisdom of our God, Stuart Townend / Keith Getty
The poor and needy, Godfrey Birtill
The precious blood of Jesus Christ (To know Your name), Matt Crocker
The price is paid, Graham Kendrick
The race that long in darkness pined, John Morison (1750-98) as in Scottish Paraphrases
The rising sun (Almighty God), Tim Hughes
The rocks are going to cry out (The glory of our King), Matt Redman/Jonas Myrin /Jess Cates
The royal banners forward go, Venantius Fortunatus (c. 535-c. 600)
The same power (You are here) ( Short version), Dave George and Grant Pankratz
The sands of time are sinking, Anne Ross Cousin (1824-1906)
The Saviour died, but rose again, Scottish Paraphrases (1781)
The Saviour's precious blood, tr. William Scott and Yung Oon Kim
The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, Philip Doddridge (1702-51) alt.
The skies are filled with Your glory (Gloria), Matt Redman/Jonas Myrin/Peter Kvint
The sky is filled, Mick Gisbey
The song of all eternity (Creation), Ken Riley
The spacious firmament on high, Joseph Addison (1672-1719)
The Spirit breathes upon the Word, William Cowper
The splendour of the King (How Great is our God), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves & Ed Cash
The stars are singing of our God (Stars), Brenton Brown
The stars in their courses above (All that You are), Simon Brading
The strength I had (The fire when You delay), Joanne Hogg
The strife is o'er, the battle done, tr. Francis Pott (1832-1909)
The suddenly of God, Godfrey Birtill
The Sun Comes Up (10,000 Reasons), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
The tempo of my heartbeat (Too much), Rend Collective Experiment
The time drew near (Once for all), Steve Woods
The trusting heart to Jesus clings, Eliza E. Hewitt
The Virgin Mary had a baby boy,
The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy, Author unknown
The voice of the Lord, Godfrey Birtill
The voice that breathed o'er Eden, John Keble
The way I was made, Ken Riley
The way it's gonna be, Doug Horley
The whole earth overflowing (Let creation sing), Reuben Morgan
The winds are blowing (Now is the time), Delirious? & Matt Redman
The winter is past (Season of singing), Johnny Parks
The Word of truth speaks of the cross, Steve Woods
The world is looking for a hero (Champion), Noel Richards / Tricia Richards
The world is not enough for me (Take the world), Tim Hughes
The world looks very beautiful,, Anna B Warner (1827-1915)
The world will change (Long for the days), Andrew Mitchell
The world's shaking (My Glorious), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee, THOMAS AQUINAS (C. 1227-74)
Thee will I love, my God and King, Robert Seymour Bridges (1844-1930)
Thee will I praise with all my heart, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Then haste we to show him, Based on a traditional Welsh carol
There are no secret places (Always), Noel & Tricia Richards & Wayne Drain
There at the cross, Nick Herbert & John Peters
There is a book (who runs may read), John Keble (1792-1866)
There is a cleansing fountain, James Connor Bateman (1854-1888)
There is a crimson stream (Crimson stream), Paul Oakley
There is a day, Nathan Fellingham
There is a fountain filled with blood, William Cowper
There is a green hill far away, Words: Cecil Frances Alexander
There is a higher throne, Keith Getty & Kristyn Getty
There is a home (Tender mercy), Stuart Townend
There is a hope, Stuart Townend & Mark Edwards
There is a land of pure delight, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
There is a louder shout to come, Matt Redman
There is a love that I know (You are here), Dave George / Grant Pankratz
There is a name I love to hear, Frederick Whitfield (1829-1904)
There is a place, Mark Tedder & Jeff Caylor
There is a place of quiet rest, Anon.
There is a promise, Godfrey Birtill
There is a song that must be sung (Round the earth), Tim Hughes & Eoghan Heaslip
There is a time to live (For Your glory), Matt Maher
There is a voice that must be heard (Jesus, Friend of sinners), Paul Oakley
There is an endless song (How can I keep from singing), Matt Redman/Chris Tomlin/Ed Cash
There is an everlasting kindness (The Compassion Hymn), Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend
There is life for a look at the Crucified One, Anna M Hull (c.1812-1882)
There is love (Love), Cary Pierce, Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves, Mike Finley
There is Love that came for us (Stronger), Reuben Morgan & Ben Fielding
There is more than I can imagine (Invaded by Your Love), Tom Read, Dan Wheeler, Tim Hughes & Ben Cantelon
There is no height or depth (Where we belong), Joel Davies & Reuben Morgan
There is no love like the love of Jesus, William E Littlewood (1831-1886)
There is no one like my Saviour;, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
There is no other place (As for me/I have decided), Martin & Mark Stevens
There is none like You (You are the Lord), Martin Cooper
There is nothing like Your love (We, the redeemed), Jill McCloghry
There is nowhere else (Running after You), Ben Cantelon
There is One (You will not steal our children), Ken Riley & Martin Smith
There is one name, Robert Critchley
There is only one God, Stuart Barbour
There is power in the Name of Jesus, Noel Richards
There is so much more (More), Joanne Hogg
There is sunshine in my soul today,, Eliza Edmunds Hewitt (1851-1920)
There must be more (Consuming fire), Tim Hughes
There on the cross, Ken Riley
There shall be showers of blessing, Daniel W Whittle (El Nathan) (1840-1901)
There was One who was willing, Carrie Breck (1855-1934)
There will be a time (Always with you), Tori Sheppard
There'll be show'rs of blessing, Lelia Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
There's a time (Always the time), Robert Critchley
There's a battle raging (Just one touch from the King), Godfrey & Gill Birtill
There's a call comes ringing o'er the restless wave, Charles H. Gabriel
There's a calling to the nations (All over the world), Ken Riley
There's a dance (Dance of our God), By Geraldine Latty & busbee
There's a darkness sometimes (Safe in Your hands), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice, Paul Baker, Jonny Ravn;& Steve Evans
There's a fire that rages (Rhythm of fire), Terl Bryant & Tim Hughes
There's a Friend for little children, Albert Midlane (1825-1909)
There's a land that is fairer than day, Sanford Fillmore Bonnet (1836-1898)
There's a light in the darkness (Jesus the same), Raymond Badham
There's a light upon the mountains, Henry Burton (1840-1930)
There's a lot of pain (Outrageous grace), Godfrey Birtill
There's a Name I love to hear (Blessing and honour), Vicky Beeching & Sarah & Jonathan Macintosh
There's a pageant (Let God arise), Dave Fellingham
There's a peace I've come to know (I will rise), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Louie Giglio, Matt Maher
There's a place (Because of You), Paul Oakley
There's a Rock that doesn't move (Solid rock), Rap Section Words: Edward Mote (1797 - 1874) Public Domain Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
There's a royal banner given for display, Daniel W. Whittle
There's a song creation's singing (Praise), Paul Baloche & Brenton Brown
There's a song that's rising up (Celebrate), Ben Cantelon
There's a sound (Restoration Song), Lou and Nathan Fellingham & busbee
There's a sound on the wind (Battle Song), Graham Kendrick
There's a sweet and blessed story, Julia Harriette Johnston (1849-1919)
There's a wideness in God's mercy, Frederick William Faber (1814-63) alt.
There's no condemnation (I'm alive), Simon Brading
There's no greater sacrifice (Saviour and friend), Ken Riley
There's no lack in all You've given (My soul is well), Jordon Dillon & Simon Brading
There's no one there's no one like Jesus (Hakuna wakaita saJesu), Zimbabwean (Composer unknown)
There's no words (Faithful), Rend Collective Experiment
There's not a friend like the lowly Jesus, Johnson Oatman
There's nothing I like better than to praise, Ian Smale
Therefore we lift our hearts, Author unknown
Theres a war going on (Come to the water), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
These are the days (Supernatural), David Wakerley / Beci Wakerley / Julia A'Bell
They lack not friends who have thy love, RICHARD BAXTER (1615-91) altd.
They've got a trumpet, Godfrey Birtill & Dale Gentry
Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old, E. H. Plumptre (1821-91)
Thine be the glory, Words: Edmond Lois Budry (1854-1932) Music & Chorus: Rend Collective Experiment
Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son, (Version 1), EDMOND BUDRY (1854-1932)
This fragile vessel , Keith Getty & Maire Brennan
This is a gifted response (We will worship You), Matt Redman
This is a realm of Your glory (In the presence of angels), Roy Fields
This is a time (Seeing and singing), Matt Redman
This is going to take (What You've called me to), Eoghan Heaslip & Neil Bennetts
This is how I know what love is (Because of Your Love), Al Gordon & Hanif William
This is how I know what love is (Extravagant, Magnificent), David Gate
This is how we know, Matt & Beth Redman
This is how we overcome (I will rejoice), Matt Weedall
This is Jesus Light of life, Tim Hughes, Case Crayenord & Martin Smith
This is just a simple song (Simple Song), Steve Burnhope
This is love, Paul Baloche & Kathryn Scott
This is love (Solid ground), Kristyn Lennox & Keith Getty
This is my desire (I give You my heart), Reuben Morgan
This is my Jesus (Faithful and true), Jo Doré
This is my my response (My response), Johnny Parks & Phil Mawhinney
This is my prayer in the desert (Desert song), Brooke Fraser
This is our greatest joy (Hallelujah), Noel Richards / Tricia Richards
This is our story, Eoghan Heaslip
This is the anthem of the free (Anthem of the free), Matt Redman
This is the day, Andrew Mitchell
This is the day that You have made (Hosanna), Noel & Tricia Richards/Wayne Drain
This is the day the Lord has made, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
THIS IS THE DREAM (No chains on me), Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman & Jesse Reeves
This is the message of the cross, Martin Smith
This is the place (Holy ground), Dave Bilbrough
This is the sweetest place (Sweetest Place), Andrew Mitchell
This is where it all begins, Nick Herbert
This stone to thee in faith we lay, James Montgomery (1771-1854) alt.
This time of year, Alison Croxford
This year, Mike Sandeman
This, this is the God we adore, Joseph Hart (1712-68)
Thou art coming, O my Saviour, Frances R. Havergal
Thou art the everlasting Word,, Josiah Conder (1789-1855)
Thou art the King of Israel, Theodulph of Orleans tr. John M. Neale
Thou art the Way: to thee alone, George W. Doane (1799-1859)
Thou Christ of burning, cleansing flame,, William Booth (1829-1912)
Thou didst leave thy throne, Emily Elizabeth Steele Elliott (1836-97)
Thou glorious Sun of Righteousness, Charlotte Elliott
Thou God of truth and love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Thou great Redeemer, dying Lamb, John Cennick
Thou hidden love of God, whose height, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
Thou hidden Source of calm repose, Charles Wesley
Thou Judge of quick and dead, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Thou Shepherd of Israel, and mine,, Charles Wesley (1707-1788) and Joseph Hart (1712-1
Thou Son of God and Son of Man, JOHN RYLAND (1753-1825)
Thou the Rose of Sharon, Russell Kelso Carter (1849-1926)
Thou, Whose Almighty Word, John Marriott
Though I speak with tongues of men (Ask Jesus into your life), Ken Warke
Though I walk upon ground that is rugged (You reign), Simon Brading
Though I've seen troubles, Godfrey Birtill
Though the banks are all collapsing, Godfrey Birtill
Though the blossom (Holding on), Martyn Layzell
Though the fruit tree doesn't blossom (Yet will I praise Him), Geraldine Latty
Though troubles assail, John Newton
Though your sins be as scarlet, Fanny J. Crosby and Ada R. Habershon
Through all the changing scenes of life, Nahum Tate /Nicholas Brady.
Through Christ You first loved me (He is Greater), Jay Cook & Dave Kennedy
Through everything I do (Can I carry the fragrance), Rex Allchurch
Through it all, You are faithful, Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
Through north and south and east and west, PERCY DEARMER (1867-1936)
Through the night of doubt and sorrow, Tr. Sabine Baring-Gould
Through Your precious blood, Martyn Layzell
Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Thy faithfulness, Lord, each moment we find, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Thy hand, O God, has guided, E. H. Plumptre (1821-91)
Thy kingdom come, O God!, Lewis Hensley (1824-1905)
Thy life was given for me!, Frances R. Havergal
Thy love, O God, has all mankind created, Albert F. Bayly
Thy sons and daughters, Anonymous
Thy way, not mine, O Lord, Horatius Bonar
Thy Word, O Lord, Thy precious alone, Albert Midlane
Thy works, not mine, O Christ, Horatius Bonar
Till He come! Oh, let the words, Edward H. Bickersteth
Time fades, and days go by (We are the generation), Roy Fields
Time is short (King of this heart), Matt Redman
Time to leave the old man behind, Godfrey Birtill
Tired Mary and Joseph (No room at the Inn), Alison Croxford
Tis finished the Messiah dies, Charles Wesley
Tis the blessed hour of prayer, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915)
Tis the grandest theme through the ages rung, William Augustine Ogden (1841-1897)
To be in Your presence (My desire), Noel Richards
To Calvary, Lord, Edward Denny (1796-1889)
To Father, Son and Spirit blest,, Scottish Metrical Psalter, 1650
To give as You gave (Here on the Earth), Eoghan Heaslip & David Ruis
To God be the glory, Music: William H Doane (1832-1916) Words: Fanny J. Crosby (1820-1915)
To God with heart and cheerful voice, GEORGE WITHER (1588-1667)
To hear Your voice (Show us Your glory), Evan Rogers
To Jesus ev'ry day I find my heart is closer drawn:, W.C. Martin (fl.c.1900)
To see the King of heaven fall (Gethsemane Hymn), Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
To the name of our salvation, Anonymous (15th Cent) tr. John Mason Neale (1818-6
To the work! to the work!, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise, William Chatterton Dix (1837-98) alt.
To us in Bethlem city, PERCY DEARMER (1867-1936) altd.
To You King Jesus, Nathan Fellingham
To You we bring our hymn of praise (Glory be to God), Stuart Townend, Matt Maher & Kelly Minter
Today is the day, Lincoln Brewster & Paul Baloche
Today was no ordinary day (How can this be?) (Mary's Song), Alison Croxford
Together in this place of worship (Emmanuel), Raymond Badham
Tonight there is a star, Tony Cook
Trade what we can see for the great unseen (Lead us on), Kristian Stanfill
Trade your heavy heart (Celebrate the Lord of Love), Paul Baloche and Ed Kerr
Tribes Praising (Crown Him), Nick Herbert & Matt Redman
Triune God, Brenton Brown & Brian Doerksen
Troubles flow as waterfalls, Ken Riley
Trust in God with all your heart (Trust in God), Suzy Smale
Try a life in water, Doug Horley, Pete Bignall and Jon Roddick
Trying to walk in the steps of the Saviour, Eliza E. Hewitt
Turn my face again, Martyn Layzell
Turn your ear to heaven (O praise Him), David Crowder
Turn your eyes, Helen Lemmel
Two thumbs and two fingers (thumbs and fingers song), Ian Smale
Ubi caritas et amor,, Taize Community
Unapproachable light, David Gate
Unbelief is a barren field, Godfrey Birtill
Underneath the shadow (I rejoice), Matt Maher
Unseen, not Unknown Jesus, these eyes have never seen, RAY PALMER (1808-87)
Unto God be praise and honour, Mediaeval Latin doxology,
Unto us a boy is born, tr. Percy Dearmer (1867-1936)
Unto us a boy is born!, German carol, 15th cent.
Upon the hill of Calvary (It's Your love), Mia Fieldes
Veiled in humanness (The cross speaks), Suzanne Hanna
Victim divine, thy grace we claim, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Waiting for Your Spirit, Mick Gisbey
Wake and sing the song, WILLIAM HAMMOND (1719-83)
Wake every heart (The highest and the greatest), Nick Herbert & Tim Hughes
Wake up, Steve Morgan-Gurr
Wake, O wake! With tidings thrilling, Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608) tr. F. C. Burkitt (186
Walk in the light: so shalt thou know, Bernard Barton (1784-1849)
Walk with me Lord ( Amazed by Your love), Andrew Mitchell
Walking round a farm, Ian Smale
Wanderers in this wilderness (Grace in the wilderness), Eoghan Heaslip & Matt Redman
Watch out (with rap), Doug Horley & Mark Read Rap: Efrem Buckle
Water You turned into wine (Our God), Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
Wave your hands, Mark Beswick & Howard Francis
We adore You, Gareth Robinson
We all get gifts at Christmas time (Special gift), Clive Stanley
WE ARE A CHOSEN GENERATION, Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, Daniel Carson & Jesse Reeves
We are a history making (All to show), Dave George
We are bowed before You (Show us Your glory), Ian Hannah
We are called to be prophets (Miracle in my heart), Brian Houston
We are heirs of God Almighty, Stuart Townend
We are here to praise You, Graham Kendrick
We are joined by angels (Joined by angels), Lara Martin (Abundant Life Ministries, Bradford, England)
We are living for revival (Our Generation), Luke Hellebronth, Myles Dhillon & Tim Hughes
We are marching on, with shield and banner bright;, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
We are never, never weary of the grand old song;, Frances Jane van Alstyne (Fanny Crosby) (1820-1915
We are the creatures (The funky skunk), Doug Horley, Pete Bignall & Jonathan Roddick
We are thirsty for You (Let the rain come), Simon Brading, Kate Simmonds & Ben Hall
We are Your light (Rise), Jay Cook
We are Your salvation army, Martin Smith, Nick Herbert, Tim Hughes & Chris Tomlin
We are Yours, Charlie Hall, Kendall Combes, Quint Anderson
We believe, Graham Kendrick
We believe in Hebrews 13-8, Ian Smale
We believe You're a God who can mend the broken (Breathe), Nathan Fellingham, Lou Fellingham & busbee
We bow before the Holy One (Let Your rain fall down), Kate Simmonds
We bow down, Viola Grafstrom.
We bow down at Your throne Oh Lord, Jess Humphries
We bow our hearts (Adoration), Brenton Brown
We can hear it growing louder (Amazing God), Brenton Brown
We come in Your name (You have been lifted), Kate Simmonds & Mark Edwards
We come to be with You today, Gareth Robinson
We come to Your mountain (Call to worship), Matt Redman
We come together with a holy purpose (With one voice), Steven Curtis Chapman & Matt Redman
We come unto our father's God, Thomas Hornblower Gill (1819-1906)
We could change the world, Matt Redman, Jason Ingram & Jonas Myrin
We could try (King of wonders), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
We could watch You from afar (Rejoice with trembling), Matt Redman
We declare Your majesty, Malcolm du Plessis.
We do not worship (Revelation), Matt Redman
We don't know what tomorrow holds (The favour of the Lord), Mark Tedder, Tom Lane, John Hartley & Chris Donohue
We fall down, Chris Tomlin
We give immortal praise, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
We give thanks to You, Paul Oakley
We give thee but thine own, W. W. HOW (1823-1897)
We glorify Your name, Matt Maher, Chris Tomlin, Jason Ingram, Ed Cash & Reuben Morgan
We have all we need (All we need), Charlie Hall
We have come to be with You (We Were Made For You), Paul Baloche & Aaron Gillepsie
We have heard a joyful sound, Priscilla J. Owens
We have heard the call (As Jesus walked), Martyn Layzell
We have nothing to give (Breathing the breath), Matt Redman
We have prayed (Let it rain), Paul Oakley
We have seen all Your goodness (And we wait for You), Andy Ferrett
We have sung our songs of victory (How long), Stuart Townend
We have this treasure (Treasure), Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham and busbee
We journey on To see the kingdom come, Matt Redman
We know in all things (God works for the good of those who Love Him), Steve Burnhope
WE KNOW WHERE THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD IS, Chris Tomlin, Christy & Nathan Nockels
We lift our eyes to You (Be magnified), Steve Fortunato
We lift our hands (Glorious), Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
We look to Your word (Join with the angels), Lex Buckley & Tim Hughes
We must learn to see without our eyes (The second alive), Brian Bergman/Charlie Hall/Dustin Ragland/Kendall Combes/Quint Anderson
We need You how we need You, Brenton Brown (Inspired by 'I need theee every hour' by Annie Hawkes, 1872)
We plough the fields and scatter, M. Claudius (1740-1815)
We praise and bless thee, gracious Lord, KARL J. P. SPITTA (180l-59)
We praise, we worship thee, O God, Philip Gell's Psalms and Hymns (1815)
We rejoice, Evan Rogers
We Rejoice the Lord is King! (Christ the Saviour), Edwin Brown
We see You, Gareth Robinson
We should love one another, Mary Jalland
We sing it in the darkest place (Song of the redeemed), Charlie Hall, Kendal Combes, Quint Anderson,
We sing the praise of Him who died, Thomas Kelly
We sing the song of saving grace (Saving Grace), Neil Bennetts & Eoghan Healsip
We sing Your song (We are the people of God), Mark Tedder
We stand and lift up our hands (Holy is the Lord), Chris Tomlin & Louie Giglio
We stand upon Your holiness (Come in power), Ken Riley
We thank You God, Noel & Tricia Richards, Tom Lane
We Three Kings, J. H. Hopkins
We want to see Jesus lifted high, Doug Horley
We were lost (Great O Lord), Dave Bankhead
We will dance we will dance (For Your glory), Matt Redman & Ben Cantelon
We will give ourselves no rest (Knocking on the door of heaven), Matt Redman & Steve Cantellow
We will seek Your face (Touching heaven changing earth), Reuben Morgan
We will sing sing sing (Sing sing sing), Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Jesse Reeves, Matt Gilder, Travis Nunn
We worship You (This side of heaven), Nick Herbert
We Your children pray (King of the broken), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
We're following the star, Alison Croxford
We're getting stronger (Stronger), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
We're going to sing like the saved (Sing like the saved), Matt Redman
We're gonna shout loud (We win), David Crowder, Jack Parker & Mike Dodson
We're living in an age (Enough is enough), Godfrey Birtill
We're looking to Your promise (Send revival, start with me), Matt Redman.
We're marching to Zion, Isaac Watts
We're not ashamed (Not ashamed), Ben Cantelon & Nick Herbert
We're on a mission, Paul Booth
We're running the race of life (The race of life), Clive Stanley
We're taller when we bow (Let us be broken), Mark Tedder, Jamie Harvill & John Hartley
We're the forgiven Singing redemption's song (we are the Free), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
We've come to praise You, Stuart Townend & Kate Simmonds
We've come to sing (Everybody sing), Dave Bilbrough
We've gone so far out (Beep-beep), Godfrey Birtill
We've got a new life (For Your Name), Jad Gillies, Joel Houston & Reuben Morgan
We've got nothing to lose (No reason to hide), Matt Crocker & Joel Houston
We've had a light shine (Surely the time has come), Matt Redman
Weary souls, that wander wide, Charles Wesley
Welcome to the place of level ground, Paul Baloche & Brian Doerksen
Welcome, Day of the Lord, Latin, c. 14th cent.;
Welcome, King of kings, Noel Richards
Welcomed in to the courts of the King (Facedown), Matt Redman
Well I call upon my Father (Creator), Ken Riley
Well I've got a message to bring (Revival town), Stuart Garrard & Martin Smith
Well the joy of the Lord (The joy of the Lord), Paul Simpson-Parry
Well, I've been hit from every corner (My brightness), Charlie Hall
Were there words, Tré Sheppard
Were you there when they crucified my Lord?, American folk hymn
What a beautiful thing (Say it with this song), Nick Herbert & John Peters 2008 Thankyou Music
What a day to be alive (This is our time), Lara Martin (Abundant Life Ministries, Bradford, England)
What a fellowship, what a joy divine,, Elisha Albright Hoffman (1839-1929)
What a Friend I've found (Jesus, Friend forever), Martin Smith
What a friend we have in Jesus, Words: Joseph M. Scriven
What a wonderful day, Nick Herbert, John Peters
What a wonderful Saviour is Jesus,, A E Kennedy
What are we doing? (2000 years on), Keith Ross
What can I do (Christmas Version), Paul Baloche & Graham Kendrick
What can I do with my obsession (Obsession), Martin Smith
What can I say, Neil Bennetts
What can take a dying man? (Mighty is the power of the cross), Chris Tomlin, Sean Craig & Jesse Reeves
What can wash away my stain?, Robert Lowry
What child is this (Rap), W C Dix (1837-1898)
What child is this, who, laid to rest, W. C. DIX (1837-98) altd.
What does it mean to be a Bible machine (Let it glow), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Toby Mac,Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
What does the Lord require, Albert F. Bayly (born 1901)
What does the Lord require of me?, Dave Bilbrough
What equal honours, ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748)
What good is it to gain the whole world (Living for Your glory), Tim & Rachel Hughes
What grace is mine, Kristyn Getty
What greater gift has ever been known?, Doug Horley
WHAT HEART COULD HOLD THE WEIGHT OF YOUR LOVE (Holy), Matt Redman, Jason Ingram & Jonas Myrin
What hope we hold (Emmanuel/Hallowed manger ground), Chris Tomlin & Ed Cash
What is our calling's glorious hope, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
What is this love (The Father's love), Dan Wheeler, Nathan Fellingham & Marc James
What is this love (You deserve), Matt Crocker & James Dunlop
What love has captured me (Filled with wonder), Ian & Stuart Townend
What love is this (Everlasting love), Stuart Townend / busbee
What love is this? (I surrender), Dave Bilbrough
What more words are left to say (With every little part of me I cry), Doug Horley & Mark Read
What of those sabbaths? what glory! what grandeur!, PETER ABELARD (1079-1142)
What sacred fountain, Words: Joseph Irons (1785-1852) Adpt. by David Hyde Music: Ian Hannah
What shall I bring (Love mercy), Andy Bromley
What shall I do my God to love, My loving, Charles Wesley (I707-88)
What shall I do my God to love, My Saviour, Author Charles Wesley (1707-88)
What shall I render to my God, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
What shall we offer our good Lord, tr. John Wesley (1703-91)
What to say Lord (Everyday), Joel Houston
What wonder of grace (My desire), Stuart Townend
What would I have become (How sweet the name), Martin Smith
Whatever I'm facing (You make everything work out), Gareth Robinson
Whatever life may bring (I will love You now), Doug Horley & Mark Read
When all around I feel despair, Gareth Robinson
When all around is fading (Whole world in His hands), Tim Hughes
When all is stripped away (No one like you), Ian Yates
When all my labours and trials are o'er, Charles H. Gabriel
When all seems lost (Everlasting arms), Al Gordon
When all Thy mercies, O my God, Joseph Addison
When can I go (Deep calls to deep), Matt Redman
When clouds veil sun (Never let go), Mike Hogan, David Crowder & Mike Dodson
When everything is uphill (Victory in defeat), Sammy Horner & Stuart Trotter
When everything's breaking (We shall not be shaken), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
When I am lost (The Father's name), Mark Niedzwiedz
When I am sinking down (Like the angels), Brenton Brown
When I call on Your name (Love came down), Ben Cantelon
When I consider (All my life), Keith & Kristyn Getty
When I do something I know is wrong (Chip chip), Bill Tizzard
When I draw near to You (Mercies), Miriam Webster
When I fall on my knees,, based on an Afro-American Spiritual
When I gaze upon the wonders of the world (Beauty in majesty), Andy Bromley
When I look at the blood, Godfrey Birtill
When I look at the trees (God's wonderful world), Words: Rosie Jarvis Music: Julia Plaut
When I look at the world (No worries), Godfrey Birtill
When I need someone (Love rescue me), Tre and Tori Sheppard and Kathryn Scott
When I say I praise You (Praise You now), Johnny Burns
When I see (Shine Your Light), Ian Hannah, Andy Rogers & Caroline Bonnett
When I sing my praise to You (When I worship You heaven comes), Noel & Tricia Richards
WHEN I STAND BEFORE YOUR THRONE (Endless Hallelujah), Matt Redman, Tim Wanstall, Jonas Myrin & Chris Tomlin
When I survey (Thank You for the cross), Chorus Words & Music: Tim Hughes Verses: Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
When I survey the wondrous cross, Isaac Watts.
When I Survey The Wondrous Cross, Words: Isaac Watts (1674-1748)Music: Lowell Mason (1792-1872) Refrain lyrics: Chris Tomlin & J D Walt Arr. Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
When I walk through suffering (Until the day), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
When I was lost (There is a new song), Kate & Miles Simmonds
When I'm dry and thirsty Lord (Your love is everything), Chris McClarney, Mark Woodward & Anthony Skinner (On optional verse only)
When I'm faithless You are faithful (You never change), Robert Critchley
When I'm filled with doubt and fear, Derri Daugherty, Katie Gustafson & John Hartley
When I'm lost (More of You), Mark Tedder
When I'm lost within this world(Shelter), Ken Riley
When I'm with You (Make me okay), Tre & Tori Sheppard
When it all seems too much (Remember), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice,Paul Baker, Jonny Ravn, and Steve Evans
When love came down to earth, Stuart Townend
When morning gilds the skies, tr. Edward Caswall (1814-78)
When my heart is overwhelmed (God my Rock), Brenton Brown & Paul Baloche
When my heart is overwhelmed (Lead me to the Rock), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
When my heart runs dry, Matt Redman
When my lifework is ended and I cross the swelling tide, Fanny J. Crosby
When my love to Christ grows weak, John Reynell Wreford (1800-81) alt.
When no one else will walk beside me (Walk beside me Jesus), Johnny Parks & Paula Keenan
When shall Thy love constrain, Charles Wesley
When the day begins, Geraldine Latty & busbee
When the Music fades (Heart of Worship), Matt Redman
When the road is rough and steep (We give You praise), Martin Smith, Marty Sampson, Stuart Garrard & Jonathan Thatcher
When the Spirit of the Lord, Author Unknown/Arr. Margaret Evans
When the storms of life are raging, Mary Elizabeth Servoss (1849-fl.1906)
When the trump of the great archangel, Fanny J. Crosby
When the way ahead is not clear (Could you), Brian Houston
When the worries of the day (All will be well), Cathy Burton
When time began, Steve Woods
When trials come, Keith & Kristyn Getty
When trouble comes (Hope), Lex Buckley
When upon life's billows you are tempest tossed, Johnson Oatman Jnr.
When we turn our hearts to heaven (Dreamers of Your dreams), Noel Richards & Ken Riley
When we walk with the Lord (Trust and obey), Words: John Henry Sammis Music: Daniel Brink Towner
When we were in the darkest night (God of our yesterdays), Matt Redman
When words are not enough (I surrender all), Martyn Layzell
When You ascended (Breathe), Ben Cantelon
When You found me (I'm not ashamed), Paul Andrew / Dylan Thomas
When you look at me (One voice one heart), Tim Hughes, Mark Beswick & Linslee Cbell
Where are You now, Aaron Keyes
Where can I go, Brian Houston
Where can I go But to the cross, Paul Baloche and Jason Ingram
Where cross the crowded ways of life,, Frank Mason NORTH (1850-1935) altd.
Where did You go? (Leave a light on), Matt Maher
Where do I go when I'm feeling down (My help), Mark Beswick & Howard Francis
Where high the heavenly temple stands, Michael Bruce Jon Logan
Where is our God for the hungry (Cry out in the night), David Gate
Where is the love? (All that I want), Lex & Paul Buckley
Where is this stupendous stranger?, CHRISTOPHER SMART (1722-7l)
Where is your sting, O death (Hallelujah He has risen), Dave Middleton
Where oh where's Your presence O God (You're still God), Godfrey & Gill Birtill, Geraldine Latty & Tim Lomax
Where shall my wondering soul begin, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Where the morning dawns (Nothing can stand in the way of Your song), Nick Herbert & Matt Redman
Where was I? (Carry me), Ken Riley
Where will you spend eternity?, Elisha Albright Hoffman (1839-1929)
Where would we be, Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin & Jason Ingram
Where You Go I Will Go, Author unknown
WHERE YOU GO, I'LL GO , Jason Ingram, Reuben Morgan & Chris Tomlin
Whether you're one, Graham Kendrick
While shepherds watched their flocks by night, Nahum Tate (1652-1715)
Who am I That You would know me (You have Saved Us), Paul Baloche and Ben Gowell
Who am I? (Highest of the high), David Ostby
Who can describe, Andy Smith
Who can ever say (Forever more), Dave Bilbrough.
Who can know? (I stand in awe), Martyn Layzell
Who can mend hearts that are broken? (Good news), Noel Richards
Who compares to You (Magnificent), Raymond Badham
Who could imagine a melody (A greater song), Matt Redman & Paul Baloche
Who could understand (Christ crucified), Nathan & Lou Fellingham
Who else could I run to?, Nathan Fellingham
Who fathoms the eternal thought, John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-92)
Who has the power to raise the dead (Jesus only Jesus), Matt Redman, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels, Tony Wood, Chris Tomlin & Kristian Stanfill
Who hears? (Imagine), Keith & Kristyn Getty
Who I have become in You (Highly Favoured), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Who is he in yonder stall, Benjamin Russell Hanby (1833-97)
Who is like Him (Praise Adonai), Paul Baloche
Who is like the Lord our God (Surprising), Geraldine Latty & busbee
Who is like You?, Joannah Oyeniran
Who is on the Lord's side, Words: Frances Ridley Havergal
Who is there like our mighty God (You are able), Miriam Webster / Ray Badham / Chris McClarney / John Hartley
Who is there like the Lord our God (Saviour Eternal), Neil Bennett
Who is there like You?, Paul Oakley
Who paints the skies? (River of fire), Stuart Townend.
Who would I really be (You are G.O.D.), Doug Horley
Who would true valour see, John Bunyan (1628-88)
Who, O Lord, could save themselves (You alone can rescue), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
Whoah, now's the time (The Call), Jay Cook
Whosoever heareth, Philipp Bliss (1838-1876)
Why do you stand (Carry me), Godfrey Birtill
Why do you wait (Jesus is waiting), Noel Robinson & Sam Blake
Why should I fear the darkest hour?, John Newton
Why should You be like a stranger, Godfrey Birtill
Why, Herod, so unpitying, CAELIUS SEDULIUS c.450
Wide and long and high and deep (Wide), Colin Pye
Will You hide me (Healing streams), John Hartley, Stuart Townend & Kelly Minter
Will your anchor hold in the storms of life?, Priscilla J. Owens
Wise Men and Shepherds Lord, when the wise men came from far,, SIDNEY GODOLPHIN (1610-43)
With a prayer (Love incarnate), Stuart Townend
With all my heart, Martyn Layzell & busbee
With every rising sun (The troubles are over), Johnny Parks, Cathy Parks & Claire Hamilton
With gladness we worship, rejoice as we sing, George Rawson (1807-89)
With glorious clouds encompassed round, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
With harps and with viols, Arthur Tappan Pierson (1837-1911)
With joy we meditate the grace, Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
With little footsteps (Tomorrow we can start again), Dan Wheeler & Cathy Burton
With mercy Youve shown me (Make me like You), Mike Busbee
With the early morning (Song of the Kingdom), Keith Getty, Maire Brennan & Fionan Debarra
With this heart open wide (Lay me Down), Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Jonas Myrin & Jason Ingram
With You I can go anywhere (Life light up), Christy and Nathan Nockels
With Your grace (If ever I should falter), Martyn Layzell & busbee
Within the Veil: Be this, beloved thy portion, Freda Hanbury Allen
Witness, ye men and angels, now,, Benjamin Beddome (1717NS-1795)
Wonder and awe surround You, Lord (Lord of all), Kristian Stanfill
Wonderful Lord, Doug Horley
Wonderful Lord (Faithful), Nathan Fellingham
Wonderful so wonderful (Beautiful One), Tim Hughes
Wonderful You are (Superlatives), Mark Beswick & Howard Francis
Worship God, Geraldine Latty & busbee
Worship no God (Worship no God but Me), Dave Blaylock
Worship the Lord, Al Gordon
Worship the Lord, Louise Fellingham
Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, J. S. B. MONSELL (1811-75)
Worship, and thanks, and blessing, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Worthy is the Lamb, Andy Ferrett & Marc James
Worthy You are worthy (Worthy), Matt Redman
Worthy, O Lamb of God, art thou, JOSIAH CONDER (1789-1855)
Would Jesus have the sinner die, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Would you be free from your burden of sin?, Lewis Edgar Jones (1865-1936)
Would you believe (Break free), Joel Houston / Matt Crocker / Scott Ligertwood
Would you know why Christ, my Saviour,, George Frederick Root (1820-1895)
Would you know why I love Jesus, Elisha Albright Hoffman
Would You restore the place I hold for You (Hallelujah), Steve Fortunato
Woven together (Psalm 139), Stuart Townend
Xsite, Chris Norton
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem, Fulbert of Chartres (d. 1028)
Ye faithful souls who Jesus know, Charles Wesley (1707-88)
Ye gates, lift up your heads on high, Scottish Psalter (1650)
Ye Holy Angels Bright, Richard Baxter/John H. Gurney
Ye humble souls that seek the Lord, PHILIP DODDRIDGE (1702-51) altd.
Ye servants of God, Words: Charles Wesley
Ye servants of the Lord, Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
Yeah we shine we shine (We shine), Steve Fee & Louie Giglio
Yes, God is good-in earth and sky, John Hampden Gurney 1802-1862
Yo kids yo parents (Flabbergasted), Doug Horley, Mark Read & Lindz West
Yo yo whatch'a gonna do (Throw your hands up), Doug Horley
You and You only, Peter Simpson
You are constant like the morning (Tomorrow), Mark Tedder
You are creator God (Lifted hands), Aaron Keyes
You are God in heaven (Let my words be few), Matt & Beth Redman
You are good (Nothing less than beautiful), Aaron Keyes, John Hartley, & Tom Lane
You are good (We see Love), Gareth Robinson
You are great, Jonathan Jevons
You are here, Neil Bennetts & Eoghan Heaslip
You are here in the hurricane (Emmanuel), Martin Smith, Matt Redman & Nick Herbert
You are holy, Tre Sheppard
You are justice (Transform my heart), Johnny Parks & Phil Mawhinney
You are Living Water (Let Your mantel cover me), Edwin Brown
You are more (More), Nick Herbert & Tim Hughes
You are more beautiful (No one like You), David Crowder, Jack Parker, Jason Solley, Jeremy Bush, Mike Dodson & Mike Hogan
You are my anchor (The Father's embrace), Stuart Townend
You are my desire (Wash over me), Gareth Robinson
You are my God, Ian Smale
You are my passion, Noel & Tricia Richards
You are my strength, Reuben Morgan
You are my strong salvation (Psalm 27), Joanne Hogg
You are mystical, Brian Houston
You are near, Andy Bromley
You are righteous (My hope), Darlene Zschech
You are so beautiful (So beautiful), Simon Goodall
You are so good to me (Shout from the roof), Paul Oakley & Chris Spring
You are the first (Glory in the highest), Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Matt Redman,
You are the First and the Last (The First and the Last), Joel Houston & Reuben Morgan
You are the God (Sum of beautiful), Charlie Hall, Louie Giglio & Kendal Combes
You are the light (Follow the Son), Jay Cook & Gio Galanti
You are the Lord (Famous one), Chris Tomlin & Jesse Reeves
You are the Lord my God, Roy Fields
You are the reason (God of all), Ben Cantelon & Robin Hardingham
You are the Rock (Hallelujah to the Lord Almighty), Martin Cooper
You are the rock (I'll sing), Simon Brading
You are the Shepherd, Keith & Kristyn Getty
You are the shout of the nations (Shout of the nations), David Gate
You believe in us (God believes in us), Geraldine Latty & Nicky Brown
You bled Your heart out (Jesus loves me), Rend Collective Experiment
You bought my life (Fire fall down), Matt Crocker
You call me by my name (Written on Your hands), Dave Middleton & Hannah Holland
You call us first (If there's one thing), Tim Hughes
You came into my life (While today is still today), Tim Hughes
You came to save the world (Third day), Simon Brading & Matt Redman
You came to search and rescue, Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin & Jason Ingram
You came to us the Servant King (Great is our God), Jim Elliott and Cathy & Paul Burton
You can reach out with a heart of love (You can reach out), Doug Horley
You can shine light into the darkness (Nothing is impossible), Vicky Beeching
You can't have Jerry (We all need to be with Jesus), Ralph Ward
You choirs of new Jerusalem, St. Fulbert of Chartres (c 975-1028)
You choose the humble (The Same Love), Paul Baloche & Michael Rossback
You chose the cross (Lost in Wonder), Martyn Layzell
You confide in those who fear You (The friendship and the fear), Matt Redman
You could feed the whole world (Micah 6:8), Charlie Hall
You did not consider (Pouring out), Nathan Fellingham
You didn't seem quick enough (Coming home), Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham & busbee
You do all things well (How excellent), Evan Rogers
You formed us from the dust (Created to worship), Vicky Beeching
You gave me hope (His glory appears), Marty Sampson & Darlene Zschech
You gave Your only son (Praise You), Martyn Layzell
You give me strength (Catch me), CompassionArt
You give rest to the weary (I will say), Lou Fellingham, Nathan Fellingham and busbee
You have been so good to me, Tre & Tori Sheppard
You have broken all the barriers (Simunye), Evan Rogers
You have chosen us, Keith Getty & Kristyn Getty
You have loved me (Father Me), Paul Oakley
You have my heart (Unfailing love), Chris Tomlin, Cary Pierce, Ed Cash
You have promised, Gareth Robinson
You have promised (We will go), Gareth Robinson
You have satisfied my life (Out of your abundance), Andy Ferrett
You have shown us, Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
You hear me when I call, Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash & Scott Cash
You hold the broken-hearted (God of hope), James Gregory & Guy Bastable
You inhabit the praises (The wonder of Your love), Jack Mooring, Leeland Mooring & Marty Sampson
You knew us from the start (More than anything), Joel Davies & Braden Lang
You know I feel (Paint the town red), Martin Smith & Stuart Garrard
You know me completely (Forevermore), Vicky Beeching and Marc Byrd
You know that I love You (King of majesty), Marty Sampson
You laid aside Your majesty (I really want to worship You), Noel Richards
You led me to the cross (Jesus, keep me near the cross), Matt Redman
You lift up our heads, Keith Getty & Kristyn Getty
You lived You died (All the Earth will Sing Your Praises), Paul Baloche
You make the deserts glad (Thrill), Brian Bergman/Charlie Hall/Dustin Ragland/Kendall Combes/Quint Anderson
You make Your face to shine on me (And that my soul knows very well), Darlene Zschech & Russell Fragar
You may think I'm so young (Grasshopper song), Mick Gisbey
You never cease to amaze me, Aaron Keyes
You never put a light under a dirty old bucket, Ian Smale
You O God (Hold it all), Geraldine Latty
You part the heavens (The rising shout), Charlie Hall & Matt Redman
You promise to sustain (Best thing), Nathan Fellingham and Andy Back
You reach beyond imagination (The way that You father me), Eoghan Heaslip & David Gate
You ride on wings of wind (Your glory endures forever), Charlie Hall
You rule over distant seas (Above everything else), Rend Collective Experiment
You rule with justice (King of every heart), Tré Sheppard
YOU SENT YOUR SON TO MAKE A WAY (Light the Sky), Sam Parker, Tom Field & Tim Hughes
You shaped the heavens (Maker of all things), Tim Hughes
You show Your Majesty (Magnificent), Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
You spoke and behold the dawn of time, Ken Riley & Matt Redman
You spoke and worlds were formed (You Gave Your Life Away, Paul Baloche and Kathryn Scott
You spread out the skies (Wonderful Maker), Matt Redman & Chris Tomlin
You stood before creation (The stand), Joel Houston
You take my breath away (Jesus now I love You), Dave Middleton
You the table set for all (Glory to Your name), Kelly Minter & Margaret Becker;
You told me (I can't see myself), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard;& Paul Baker
You took my sin (Saving arms), David Ostby
You took upon Yourself the blame (Worthy), Ben Cantelon
YOU TRADED RICHES TO RUN TO MY RESCUE (Jesus my Redeemer), Chris Tomlin, Jason Ingram & Daniel Carson
You turned my way (You lifted me out), Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Louie Giglio, Matt Gilder, Matt Redman
You were God from the outset (Run), Joel Houston
You were there in the beginning (You are the Lord), Nathan Fellingham
You who ride ancient skies above (Take Your place), Suzanne Hanna
You will keep the fires burning, Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
You won't back down (Still saving me), Chris McClarney, Dave Fitzgerald, John Loux
You're arriving with the sound of thunder (All bow down), Chris Tomlin & Ed Cash
You're closer than our troubles (You are God), Brian Bergman, Charlie Hall, Dustin Ragland, Kendall Combes
You're everything we could ever want (We won't be quiet), Jack Parker, David Crowder & Mike Hogan
You're King and You reign over all things (You're King), Geraldine Latty & Carey Luce
You're mighty and powerful to save (Salvation song), Andy Smith
You're mighty and strong to save (Rescuer), Johnny Parks, Nick Herbert & Cathy Parks
You're my solid ground (Fix my eyes), David Ostby
You're praiseworthy (Praiseworthy), Nick Herbert & Matt Redman
You're scared you'll lose this fight (Almost there), Tre Sheppard, Tori Sheppard, Mark Prentice,
YOU'RE THE AIR THAT I BREATHE (Found in You), Beth Croft & Tim Hughes
You're the centre of the story (Worlds collide), Nikki Fletcher, Joel Wardle & Matt Redman
You're the centre of the Universe (Centre), Charlie Hall & Matt Redman
You're the first (You reign supreme), Evan Rogers
You're the God of all the Earth ( A Love-Song Melody), Andy & Wendy Green
You're the God of this city (God of this city), Aaron Boyd, Richard Bleakley, Peter Comfort, Peter Kernaghan, Andrew McCann &
You're the God that pursues me (Redeemer's Mercy), Geraldine Latty & Nicky Brown
You're the greatest sign and wonder(Great and glorious), Ken Riley
You're the mighty God (Mighty God), Mark Beswick, Howard Francis, Noel Robinson,
You're the one, Andy Smith
You're the One, Paul Baloche and Lincoln Brewster
You're the One for me, Doug Horley & Mark Read
You're the word of God the father (Across the lands), Stuart Townend & Keith Getty
You've given me passion (Hands up), Ken Riley
You've granted perfect merit (Mercy from the throne), Nathan Fellingham & busbee
You've put a new song in my mouth (Justice and mercy), Matt Redman
You've touched my heart, Neil Bennetts
Young and old (So great), Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Stuart Garrard, Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Andy Park, Matt Redman, Martin Smith, Michael W. Chris Tomlin, Darlene Zschech
Your blood ran down, Paul Baloche
Your blood speaks a better word (Nothing but the blood), Robert Lowry (1826-1899)/Matt Redman Chorus: Matt Redman
Your compassions never fail (Mercy wakes), Kelly Minter & Margaret Becker
Your cross, Your cross It draws me to Your heart, Matt Redman, Willie Weeks & Jorge Mhondera
Your eye is on the sparrow (I will run to You), Darlene Zschech.
Your face outshines the brightest sun Jesus (King of Glory), Matt Redman & David Gate
Your faithful love (My God), Marty Sampson
Your Fragrance is lovely (So beautiful), Stuart Townend
Your grace is enough (This is our God), Reuben Morgan
Your grace is overwhelming (Dance dance), Tim Hughes
Your grace is power (Overflow), Matt Maher
Your hand O God has guided (One church), E.H. Plumptre (1821-91) Adapt.and new music by Keith Getty
Your hand, O God has guided, EH Plumptre 1821-1891
Your heart is for the broken (Through the valley), Lex Buckley
Your innocence forsaken (Your Name high), Joel Houston
Your laughter it echoes (Captivated), Vicky Beeching
Your light is over me (His love), Raymond Badham
Your light, O God, was given to earth, Albert F. Bayly (born 1901)
Your love (Pour over me), Stuart Townend
Your love is better than wine (Draw me after You), Robert Critchley
Your love O Lord (Highest), Reuben Morgan
Your Love O Lord is higher (Your love O Lord), Jonny Moore-Crispin
Your love reaches out (Kingdom come), Ben Fielding
Your mercy falls, Ken Riley & Jane Kitson
Your mercy taught us how to dance (Dancing generation), Matt Redman
Your Name (Christmas Version), Paul Baloche & Glenn Packiam
Your name is highly exalted (Name above all names), Tim Hughes
Your Name Oh Lord (You brought me home), Gio Galanti / Christian Fontana
Your Name stronger than I know (Your Name), Andy Bromley
Your voice has power to calm raging seas, Ben Cantelon, Matt Redman & Tim Hughes
Your voice has stilled the raging storms (Beauty of Your peace), Tim Hughes
Your voice is like thunder (Intimately reverently), David Gate
Your voice stills the ocean (Nothing is impossible), Al Gordon, Hanif,Williams & Tim Hughes
Your ways are always greater (Never let me go), Ben Cantelon & Tim Hughes
Your whisper to my soul, Brian Houston
Your word (Divine truth), Chris Bowater
Your words are life, Noel Richards & Tim Sherrington
Yours is the glory, resurrected one , EDMOND BUDRY (1854-1932)
Yours is the Kingdom, Joel Houston
Yours is the Kingdom, Dave Bilbrough
Yours, O Lord, is the greatness (Yeah, Yeshua), Godfrey Birtill


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