20 Days of Worship Through Song

20 Days of Worship Through Song - The Musings of Mum When I heard of the Write 31 Days Challenge a couple of years ago, I thought it was absolute insanity. The idea of anyone dedicating an entire month to share something dear to them, was the last thing I would ever do. I didn't want to be vulnerable, or to feel exposed.  Yet as writers, we are often exposed. Our thoughts, feelings and often fears are on display for all to see. I realize now, that there is beauty in that. There is beauty in vulnerability and transparency.   A few weeks ago, I sat in a crowded bookstore to brainstorm possible topics for this month's challenge. As I sat there, listening to my favorite band, I was moved to tears by one of their songs. There I was, extreme introvert, crying in a public place. Instead of feeling ashamed of my vulnerability, I saw that there was beauty in that moment. There is beauty in worship.  I've decided to take a 20 day challenge this year. During this month's challenge I will share worship songs that deeply move me to a closer relationship with the One who came as a vulnerable baby, and mightily saved my life. I hope you join me in worshiping the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. tatiana    

Day 1 - Desert Soul by Rend Collective

Day 2 - I Belong To You by Jesus Culture

Day 3 - Here For You by Matt Redman

Day 4 - Second Chance by Rend Collective

Day 5 - What Do I Know of Holy by Addison Road

Day 6 - Your Love is Extravagant by Casting Crowns

Day 7 - I Wonder by Leeland

Day 8 - Joy by Rend Collective

Day 9 - Worn by Tenth Avenue North

Day 10 - This is Amazing Grace by Phil Wickham

Day 11 - Man of Sorrows by Hillsong

Day 12 - Ever Be by Bethel Music

Day 13- Praise Like Fireworks by Rend Collective

Day 14 - Good Good Father by Chris Tomlin

Day 15 - All Around by Flyleaf

Day  16 - I Am Mountain by Gungor

Day 17 - Forgiven and Loved by Jimmy Needham

Day 18 - Who Is This King by Pocket Full of Rocks

Day 19 - Build Your Kingdom Here by Rend Collective

Day 20 - Awake My Soul by Chris Tomlin