Worship Songs about Addiction
As believers our joy is deep and firm, it is supernatural, it flourishes in the midst of pain and suffering, it hopes, it is a result of abiding in Christ. 1 Peter 1:8 reminds us that even though we do not see Christ, we trust him and rejoice with an inexpressive and glorious joy.These are all songs that focus on joy.
Life can feel overwhelming, which is why Jesus specifically reminded us, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid" (John 14:27). Here is a list of songs that help you focus your heart on His peace.
We were not created for isolation. God intended for our souls to draw close to one another, and to be sustained by the eternity of a relationship with Him. His presence is eternal, His mercy is unchangeable, and His intimacy intercedes through His love for each of us. Through the healing and the hurting, we are pursued by a faithful friend in Jesus Christ. Here is a list of songs focusing on friendship.
We worship God because He is holy and worthy of worship. Psalm 96 tells us to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. The holiness we are called in our own lives to comes out of our relationship with the one and only holy God. The songs in this list focus on the Holiness of God.
Songs about strength encourage us in times of weakness, trouble, sorrow and need. Here is a list to uplift your heart, focused on strength
We are apart of God’s precious household, crafted through the honor of being adopted by Him. The church is the extension of His Kingdom, built on the foundation of love and secured by the bones of dependability. As we unify and honor our earthly family, God prepares a place for us in His heavenly household. Here is a list of songs focusing on family.