Wow. To me, this song stands out among many we hear in mainstream Christian music. I recall this song being on Christian radio for just a short span of time. I came across it again while searching for a song that matched the certain topic of our Sunday morning sermon. Every time I listen to it, I feel compelled to adopt it as my own personal life-theme song. I have not come across a song that better encapsulates the Christian life – both the lyrics AND the song that carries them to us. Brandon Heath joins Leeland Mooring on this track which is a bonus for me because I’m a Brandon Heath fan. As a second bonus, when we presented this in our service, I sang it with my wife, Nicole. God willing, I’ll be able to do another version with us together. This version is transposed to a lower key to accommodate my voice. Leeland has a really high voice. Really high. One of my favorites!

Follow You

Leeland Mooring

You live among the least of these
The weary and the weak
And it would be a tragedy
For me to turn away

All my needs You have supplied
When I was dead You gave me life
So how could I not give it away so freely?
And I´ll

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world

Use my hands use my feet
To make Your kingdom come

To the corners of the earth
Until Your work is done

Faith without works is dead
On the cross Your blood was shed
So how could we not give it away so freely?

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world ooooh
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world yeaah
(repeat)

And I give all myself, I give all myself
I give all myself to YOU
(repeat)
Yeaaaaah

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world (Follow YOU)
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God

This is a song that is always very fun to play. Though it’s a bit older, our worship team has played it on occasion to open up our worship services.



Live Out Loud
Geoff Moore | Steven Curtis Chapman

Imagine this
I get a phone call from Regis
He says do you want to be a millionaire
They put me on the show
And I win with two lifelines to spare
Now picture this
I act like nothing ever happened
And bury all the money in a coffee can
Well I’ve been given more
Than Regis ever gave away
I was a dead man who was called
To come out of my grave
And I think it’s time for makin’ some noise

Wake the neighbors get the word out
Come on crank up the music
Climb a mountain and shout
This is life we’ve been given
Made to be lived out
So la la la la live out loud yeah
Live out loud yeah

Think about this
Try to keep a bird from singing
After its soared up in the sky
Give the sun a cloudless day
And tell it not to shine
Now think about this
If we really have been given
The gift of a life that will never end
And if we have been filled with living hope
We’re gonna overflow
And if God’s love is burning in our hearts
We’re gonna glow
There’s just no way to keep it in

Wake the neighbors get the word out
Come on crank up the music
Climb a mountain and shout
This is life we’ve been given
Made to be lived out
So la la la la live out loud
Live out loud

La la la la la la la
La la la live out loud

La la la la la la la
La la la live out loud

Every corner of creation
Is a living declaration
Come join the song
We were made to sing

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I Can Only Imagine

Bart Millard

I can only imagine
What it will be like
When I walk by Your side
I can only imagine
What my eyes will see
When Your face is before me
I can only imagine

Surrounded by Your glory
What will my heart feel
Will I dance for You Jesus
Or in awe of You be still
Will I stand in Your presence
Or to my knees will I fall
Will I sing hallelujah
Will I be able to speak at all
I can only imagine
I can only imagine

I can only imagine
When that day comes
And I find myself standing in the Son
I can only imagine
When all I will do
Is forever forever worship You
I can only imagine
I can only imagine

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