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Songs To Get You Through

Debbie and I have a love for music. As we shared with each other about losing our spouses, part of our communication was about what helped get us through our loss and find the courage and strength to move on. One area where we could find solace and have personal time with our Lord was in listening to music or lifting up praise to Him and worshipping Him through singing. Debbie wrote a song All to show that when you are empty and feel there is nothing left to hold onto, you can actually find what you need when you surrender your all to Christ. We want to share the titles of songs which brought us through and helped build our faith in God with the knowledge He was walking with us knowing what it was like to lose someone very close and being able to bear the pain and come out victorious as He gave us His only Son, Jesus Christ. If you have a song or songs which pulled you through and inspired you during your time of loss, please submit them and we will review them and list them if appropriate.

You Never Let Go (Matt Redman)

Walk by Faith (Jeremy Camp)

Revelation Song (Kari Jobe)

Homesick (Mercy Me)

I Can only Imagine (Mercy Me)

Whatever You’re Doing (Sanctus Real)

He Will Carry Me (Mark Schultz)

I Am (Mark Schultz)

Serenaded by Angels (Kirk Talley)

His Eye Is On The Sparrow (“His Eye Is on the Sparrow” is a Gospel hymn. Although today it is a staple of African-American worship services, the song was originally written in 1905 by two white songwriters, lyricist Civilla D. Martin and composer Charles H. Gabriel. The song is most associated with actress-singer Ethel Waters who used the title for her autobiography.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/His_Eye_Is_on_the_Sparrow)

Christians Never Say Goodbye (The Nelons)

It Is Well (With My Soul) (a very influential hymn penned by hymnist Horatio Spafford and composed by Philip Bliss – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It_Is_Well_with_My_Soul)

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