Sunday Setlist – 06/10/12

Sunday Setlist

As I prepare for Sunday at Springs Calvary, I’m asking the Lord to break through to us (and me) in a new way. We’ll be sing about how His love never fails and it never runs out on me, but how can that apply to my life today and not just on Sundays during the song? It really does require being led by His Spirit and to abandon my will into His plans. Many times it’s easier said than done, but desperately needed, don’t you think?

Here’s the list of songs we’ll be using this Sunday for worship.  Be sure to check out the iTunes links and see if you like these songs.  For those of you that attend other churches, I’d love to hear about a new song that’s really ministering to you or the rest of your congregation. Share it in the comments! Bless you as you worship the King this weekend!

(For a list of previous week’s setlists, click here.)


As It Is In Heaven by Ed Cash and Matt Maher
I’ve said this before, but I really think this song is the best “Lord’s Prayer” song to come along in years. If you haven’t heard it, you need to. A great opening to the service.

Glory To God Forever by Vicky Beeching and Steve Fee
This song really embodies what we attempt to do at our church – to give God glory in the church. Simple words and a simple melody equal a great song for corporate worship.

One Thing Remains by Christa Black, Brian Johnson, and Jeremy Riddle
While this song has been around for awhile now, we haven’t led it at Springs Calvary. I’m really looking forward to it! We’ll be using the version from the Be Lifted High album from Bethel Live.


Stand In Awe by Jeremy Riddle
I’ve been following the songwriting of Jeremy Riddle for several years now so it stand to reason that we’d use many of his songs. I love to use this song after our offering time since the title is a natural response toward our King.

Reign In Us by Ben Glover, Jon Neufeld, and Tim Neufeld
Another great song by Starfield. I feel like ending the worship time with an invitation for the Lord to reign in us is quite appropriate.

So what about you and your church?  What are some of the new songs you’re doing?

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