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We don’t want you to have to depend on your music streaming platform of choice to mix in the latest and greatest in Christian music. So, every Monday you can find our Top Five Dope Finds #MusicMonday edition as a resource to ensure your playlist stays fresh and Spirit-filled!

  1. (Single) Grace by Kierra Sheard-Kelly
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    Just as this new single by Kierra Shear-Kelly is titled, this song is about the undeserved grace of God. She paints beautiful reminders that we can do all things through Christ and that we don’t have to “fight” because there’s a grace resting on our lives.



2. (Single) Yahweh by Jokia

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“Love came rushing in so fear couldn’t have me. I thought about giving up but walked in what you promised me.” When God has established purpose in your life, you better believe there will be some trying seasons. We have to remember what we call Him – Yahweh. In that, we draw strength and endurance to keep walking in the purpose path He placed us on and what He put on our hearts to accomplish.

3. (Single) Worthy by Mission

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In this new single, Christian rapper, Mission, reminds us that any and everyone is worthy of grace and forgiveness. Whether you’ve been frowned on by family and friends for the mistakes you’ve made in your life, it doesn’t matter because God’s grace is sufficient.



4. (Single) Run to the Father by Worship Mob

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May we always remember that we can run to our Father and He will also run towards us just as the story of the prodigal son. This worship song is about just that. It’s about getting to the point where life has weighed you down and the only thing you have left to do is to run to the Father.

5. (Single) Look What You’ve Done by Tasha Layton

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“Look what you’ve done. Look what you’ve done to me. You spoke truth into the lies I let my heart believe.” Tasha weaved together beautiful lyrics about feeling ashamed, only to be met with a gracious God who will make us new. He can work with anything and leave you with your arms lifted, singing, “Look what you’ve done.”

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