Like I have mentioned, my birthday is Thursday. (yay!) I was going to do some kind of random birthday inspired post, but I decided I would share a few songs that have meant a lot to me this last year. As I end my days being 23, I want to reflect on what God showed me through songs of worship.
My life is always revolving around worship. God uses music to teach and mold me. So I thought I would share the songs that have spoken to me and gotten me through the hard times of being 23!
- No longer slaves // Bethel worship I know I’ve spoken about this song numerous times, but I can’t get over how good it is! It rocked my world at 23 and probably will every year from now on. If you need a song to just pick you up and make you want to praise, take a listen here!
- Soar // Meredith Andrews I love this song as a beautiful uplifting song to listen to with your windows down. Meredith knows how to make worshipful contemporary worship songs. Listen to it here.
- Chains we wore // Warr Acres I wrote a recent blog about this song lately, I encourage you to read it if you are interested in the song and what it meant to me. But this song has really impacted the last few months of being 23. Take a listen here!
- Spirit break out // Jesus Culture This song will always make my heart and soul long for more of God. For some reason (God), this song has really resonated with me this past year. Listen to it, here.
- Nothing holding me back // Bryan and Katie Torwalt Once again, God used this song to mold me and show me the truth of His word. Nothing can hold me back from God… He is all we need! A lesson I’ve really had to learn during my year of being 23. Listen to it, here.
These are just a few of the songs that have comforted me and stretched me over this past year. Worship is something I will always remember and always long for; I can only home the rest of my years are marked with specific lessons and songs that God has showed me. Thursday starts another year, another age, but I’m still me. I can’t wait to see what God has in store for me.