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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) Wait On You by Elevation Worship & Maverick City Music
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    This song is a great reminder that part of trusting God is choosing to “wait on” Him. It’s in understanding that we may have to give up our own timelines and deadlines, accepting that God’s timing might not line up with our own.



2. (Album) Come Alive by WorshipMob

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“Come alive, come alive, come alive dry bones,” are the first words you uttered on this album on the title track. With 15 tracks, including a few tracks of “spontaneous” worship in which they kept going with a song if they were led to do so.


3. (Single) Even at My Worst by Blanca

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Oh how blessed we are to have a God who loves us even at our worst. This song gives praise to our Father for loving us whether we deserve it or not. We have a God who will lift us up after we’ve fallen and He deserves our praise simply for His undeserving love and grace.



4. (Single) You Will Remain by Anthony Evans

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“Though everything changes, you will remain,” sings Anthony Evans in his new single about trusting in God despite living in a world of constant change and uncertainty. In a time plagued by a pandemic, social injustice, and civil unrest, this is such a timely reminder. We must remember that we are covered and that we have a God that offers refuge in every storm we face.

5. (Single) Milk & Honey by Crowder

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This up-tempo new single by Crowder will surely get you tapping your feet and nodding your head as he sings about our ultimate destination as believers – symbolically referenced as the land of “milk and honey.”

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