Post # 1
Can someone please help me with a worship song? Me and my fiance are new believers and our families are not religious or not Christian. I’d like a meaningful but simple worship song that wont be difficult for them to follow. Thanks In Advance
Post # 3
try listening to Phil Wickham’s "Divine Romance" on youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF0p4I9a1nw&feature=related it has a calm feeling about it, not pushy or too crazy for your family who doesn’t believe…I have other suggestions I’ll keep thinking…
Post # 4
I’m not sure if you’re looking for something more traditional or contemporary, but for my wedding we just went through a hymnal to pick. Hymns are more traditional, but simple and easy to follow. Here are some of what I liked best:
Blest be the ties that bind
Now thank we all our God
We gather together
All creatures of our God and King
I liked these since they all have a theme of unity, coming together, celebrating, thankfulness….which I think is appropriate for a wedding.
There are also some really pretty variations on Jesus loves me, instrumental and sung. I have a version combined with Clair de Lune that is absolutely beautiful. And that’s the simplest Christian song ever!
Post # 5
Keeper of the Stars by Tracy Byrd . I don’t know if it’s EXACTLY a "worship" song, but it’s along the lines of Faith and just BEAUTIFUL. Just my opinion.
Post # 6
I like "Deeply in Love" by Hillsong and it could totally have a double meaning for a wedding.
Post # 7
Artists: MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Rebecca St James, Jars of Clay to name a few.
I was just listening to "In your presence:- jeremy camp from the album Stay
Jars of clay- the entire redemption album. jars redid a lot of old hyms in a more contemporary style and they are absolutely amazing (ie: I Need Thee Every Hour etc)
there are so many! hard to choose! ill keep you in mind as i listen though!
Post # 8
"Amazing Grace" is always a classic and still as meaninful as ever.
I also really like "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee". It’s another old classic, but Charlie Hall has an incredible version of it (I can’t find a good video of it on youtube, but you can get the idea of it in this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhmjDKHqR-s)
I’ll try to add more as I think of them :-). There’s so many to choose from….
Post # 9
What about the Prayer of St. Francis? That’s pretty easy to follow…