2019 was an amazing year filled with anointed worship songs that were translated into many different languages. If you haven’t yet heard the ten most popular of these songs, you are in the right place.
Top Ten Worship Songs
According to Faithlife’s data from Faithlife Proclaim software, the 2019 Top 10 most-sung worship songs were:
1. Build My Life, Pat Barrett
2. What A Beautiful Name, Hillsong Worship
3. This is Amazing Grace, Phil Wickham
4. 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord), Matt Redman
5. Great Are You Lord, All Sons & Daughters
6. Who You Say I Am, Hillsong Worship
7. How Great is Our God, Chris Tomlin
8. Good, Good Father, Chris Tomlin
9. In Christ Alone, Stuart Townend, Brian Getty, Kristian Stanfill, Passion
10. Living Hope, Phil Wickham by Sinach
The song “Build My Life” by Pat Barrett got the first spot. Followed by Hillsong Worship’s “What a Beautiful Name.” Churches worldwide must have felt the power of these life-changing songs. While according to a new report, “Waymaker” by Sinach could make it to the top list by 2020.
How The Software Tracks The Data
Faithlife’s Founder and CEO Bob Pritchett said, “While Faithlife Proclaim’s assets are vast, one of its most fascinating features to me is how it tracks this data of worship music in real-time. It’s enriching to be able to witness similarities and differences in worship preferences between all types of churches, as it serves a reminder that no matter which songs or artists we prefer to sing, we are all one in Christ Jesus.”
Many of the Top 10 songs were written prior to 2019. “In Christ Alone” released in 2002 is the oldest. And “10,000 Reasons” made it again on its fifth year as one of the most popular song. So far, there are only 21 songs that have appeared in the Top 10 list for the past five years.
New Songs Added To The List For 2020
Furthermore, the software also analyzed data from January 2020. And the result shows that four new songs will be added on the 2020 list: Waymaker by Sinach, His Mercy Is More by Matt Papa, Yes I Will by Vertical Worship, and Nothing Else by Cody Carnes.
Source: Christian Headlines