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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) Stand Still by The Walls Group
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    We’ve all experienced moments and seasons where we’ve run out of temporary solutions and we don’t even have the strength to pray. This song reminds us that all we have to do is stand still and know.

2. (single) Constant Mercies by Phil Thompson

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There can never be too many songs about how great God’s grace is. We can never be reminded enough of God’s mercy and how faithful He is to shower us in it. Phil Thompson sings of His undeserved goodness towards us through his constant mercies.

3. (album track) Build Your Church by Maverick City Music feat. Naomi Raine & Chris Brown

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“Upon this rock you build your church and the gates of hell will not prevail. When we bind and loose, we proclaim your truth and, in Jesus name, we will not fail. Never fail.” Maverick City Music is known for worship songs that can shift any atmosphere and this song is no different.



4. (track) They Said, But God Said by Jekalyn Carr

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Jekalyn ministers to us, once again, on this powerful declaration of God’s reign. “They said it was over for you. But God said it has just begun. They said you might as well give up the fight. But God said the battle is already won.” May we always remember who truly has the last word over our lives.

5. (album) Jubilee by Maverick City Music

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This album kicks off with the title track, Jubilee, featuring Naomi Raine, and Bryan & Katie Torwalt. Released on all platforms just in time for Juneteenth, the lyrics of this song inspire hope and sings of the ultimate source of freedom. “There’s good news for the captive. A proclamation for every soul. This liberty is for the broken. An invitation to be made whole. Listen for the free man singing, ‘He’s delivered me.’ Lookout for the woman shouting, ‘his garment made me clean’….Listen for the people shouting, ‘this is jubilee.’”


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