Last year, the world was in a different place. Christians celebrated Easter, greatest event in history, virtually because everything was under lockdown. The first sunday services were provided through Zoom and Skype, making it memorable but somewhat depressing.
Things are much better this year in comparison. We’re going to back normalcy - even though we still have a long way to go. We’re no longer confined to our homes but it’s still mandatory to follow the precautions and maintain social distancing.
Services are being offered in churches but there’s a limited capacity. Hence, keeping all the facts in mind, we can safely bet that Easter will be celebrated this year in full swing. You can spend time at home and read out scriptures and religious verses. Dress up as Easter Bunny for your kids and get in the spirit of seasonal celebration.
Once you’re down with your Bible study and spent time with family and friends, you should check out the 26 best Mp3 to celebrate Easter 2021!
“Miracle worker, promise keeper, Light in the darkness, My God, that is who you are”
The lyrics of this song touches your soul and you feel like bearing your soul to the world! If you’re a religious person, you’ll be touched by the spirit of the song - it’s joyous and inspiring! The song won song of the year award at GMA Dove Award for Worship. It is sung by Leeland and is part of his song called Better Word.
Build My Life
“Open up my eyes in wonder, and show me who you are and fill me, with your heart and lead me”
This Christian gospel is written and sung by Patt Barrett. It’s a beautiful and heart-wrenching melody that makes you reflect on your mistakes and encourages you to do better. We all have potential to become to do better and that is exactly what this song preaches.
“Who could imagine so great a mercy? What
heart could fathom such boundless grace?”
This lyrics of the song are ideal and resonates with the feelings of a true Christian. This song is written and sung by Brian Johnson and Phil Wickham. These contemporary artists have produced really inspiring music off late.
Who You Say I Am
“While I was a slave to sin, Jesus died for me”
This song reminds you of all the mistakes you’ve made and how you must repent. It helps you acknowledge the sacrifice that Jesus made and makes you want to do better. The song is by Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan and it’s from the album ‘There Is More’.
What a Beautiful Name
“The praise of your glory, For You are raised to life again”
Written and sung by Ben Fielding and Brooke Ligertwood, this song reigned at the top of Christian and contemporary music chart. It had over 33 million views and got viral instantly!
Raise a Hallelujah
“I'm gonna sing, in the middle of the storm, louder and louder, you're gonna hear my praises roar”
The song is by Jake Stevens, Jonathan David Helser, Melissa Helser and Molly Skaggs. The song is from the album Without Words: Genesis. Although it was released in 2018, it continues to be the every Christian playlist!
Great Are You Lord
“It's Your breath in our lungs, so we pour out our praise”
The song is the property of David Leonard, Jason Ingram and Leslie Jordan. The band that came out with the song is called All Sons & Daughters - they’re known for having a rock and indie feel to their music.
Goodness of God
In the darkest night, you are close like no other
This song literally summarizes Bethal music for you. It’s written by Ed Cash, Ben Fielding, Jason Ingram, Brian Johnson and Jenn Johnson and gives you literal chills. You’re going to be consumed by the sorrow and pain and feel optimistic and
inspired at the same time.
“Make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you”
If you feel like you need to reconnect with God and feel his presence, you should definitely listen to this song. It’s got Chris Brown, Cody Carnes, Kari Jobe, and Steven Furtick at the forefront. You might be surprised to see Chris Brown on the list but he will truly surprise you with this one!
“I was buried beneath my shame, who could carry that kind of weight?”
This song was written to celebrate the glorious God and all his blessing! It’s, again, a lovely melody that touches your soul - you need to be receptive of all the goodness this song has to offer. It’s by Passion and written by Jason Ingram, Jonathan Smith, Kristian Stanfill, Sean Curran.
Graves into Gardens
“I'm not afraid. To show you my weakness. My failures and flaws, Lord, You've seen 'em all”
The song is from the album with the same title and it’s the eight studio album of Brendon Lake. The song is written by Brandon Lake, Chris Brown, Steven Furtick and Tiffany Hammer and they’re truly earnest. If you feel that you’ve lost your purpose in life, give this song a listen.
King of Kings
“From a throne of endless glory, to a cradle in the dirt”
The singer references Jesus as the King and truly bestows the power to Him. It’s obvious from the lyrics that he is praising the Lord for his blessings and apologizing for the mistakes he’s made. The song is by Hillsong Worship.
In Christ Alone
“In Christ alone my hope is found, He is my light, my strength, my song”
The song is by Stuart Townend, an individual artist, who knows how to convey the deepest and most difficult emotions. The verses of this song are heartwarming and makes you shudder with pain and anguish caused by the mistakes you made in life - now that you’re introspecting.
“Before I spoke a word, you were singing over me”
The song is written and sung by Caleb Culver, Cory Asbury and Ran Jackson and it’s got a really catchy tune. You should sing it with your whole heart and praise the Lord for all his mercies!
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