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Hadyn and Merran Jones - Through Suffering (CCM)

Hadyn and Merran Jones’ ‘Through Suffering’ is a powerful song that speaks to anyone who has ever gone through a difficult time. With its haunting verses and catchy chorus, the song offers hope to those who feel like they are drowning in despair. The lyrics of the song are especially moving. They talk about the pain and suffering that we all face in life, but also about the hope that we can find in Christ. The song tells us that we can cast our cares upon the Lord, and that He is the one who can give us passage from guilt to peace, and lead us onward into righteousness. The song acknowledges that there will be suffering, both from without and from within, but reminds us that the joy we will bear in Christ is not even worthy of comparison. The melody of the song is equally powerful, with its driving beat and soaring vocals. Hadyn and Merran Jones have clearly drawn on influences like 'Sound Garden' to create a track that is both unique and deeply moving. The song is a departure

Peg Luke - The Lord's Prayer (Traditional)

Peg Luke's classical rendition of 'The Lord's Prayer' is a moving tribute to her late mother, offering comfort and solace to those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. The transcendent flute and choir arrangements are nothing short of breathtaking, providing a heavenly backdrop to the timeless prayer. The track is a standout from Peg's album Psalm Space, which features a collection of spiritual songs and hymns, all delivered with a classical touch. Peg's exceptional talent and creativity shine through in every track, but 'The Lord's Prayer' stands out as a particularly poignant and moving composition. Listeners will undoubtedly find themselves swept away by the beauty and grace of the music, transported to a place of peace and tranquility. Peg's heartfelt tribute to her mother is a testament to the power of music to heal and uplift, and her devotion to her craft is palpable in every note. It's hard to put into words just how powerful

The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week - Thursday, April 27th, 2023

Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between April 20th and April 27th, 2023.  Most new releases are published on Fridays. Each Thursday we look at the Christian music (we know) that was released in the past week and select the 50 most-streamed CCM & CEDM releases. Our fans / followers are always the first to see this list! So here's this week's chart of the most popular Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) in the English language released in the past week: (Click any song title on our webpage to open that song on Spotify)  Rank - Title - Artist #1 - 'Look Around' by Housefires, Cecily Hennigan #2 - 'There's Nothing' by Amanda Cook #3 - 'Down In My Heart (Joy)' by Joseph O'Brien #4 - 'Can't Nobody' by Housefires, Ryan Ellis, Mariah Adigun #5 - 'Gonna Be Alright - Radio Version' by Ryan Ellis #6 - 'Better Than The Rest' by kalley, David Funk #7 - 'Monument - Live' b

Faith Child - Cardio (R&B/CHH)

Faith Child's 'Cardio' is a powerful and uplifting song that encourages listeners to run toward God instead of away from Him. The song's chorus repeats the phrase 'Running from God don't count as cardio,' reminding us that no matter how far we may feel we've strayed, God is always ready to welcome us back with open arms. The lyrics of 'Cardio' are filled with clever wordplay and biblical references that showcase Faith Child's talent as a rapper and songwriter. He speaks of God's unending love and mercy, encouraging us to trust in His grace and hop in the 'Uber' that will take us back to Him. Faith Child reminds us that no matter how broken we may feel, God's arms are always open wide, ready to embrace us like 'quarter to three.' One of the standout lines in the song is when Faith Child says, 'Salvation was bought with a fee, new person when you're talking to me.' This line speaks to the transformative pow

Devon Martin and Upstream - Closer (CCM)

Devon Martin and Upstream's 'Closer' is a beautiful and heartfelt song that speaks about the desire to have a deeper relationship with God. The song's background explains that the simple lyrics are meant to reach a wide audience and provoke curiosity about what a closer relationship with our heavenly Father would feel like.  The song's chorus repeats the word 'closer' several times, creating a sense of longing and urgency. The lyrics express a desire to draw nearer to God and feel His presence more fully. The verses describe the comfort and fulfillment that come from being in God's presence, with lines like 'In Your arms I am accepted' and 'In Your presence I find peace.' The melody of the song is spacious and melodic, creating a peaceful and calming atmosphere. The instrumentation is simple, with acoustic guitar and light percussion, allowing the lyrics to take center stage. 'Closer' is a beautiful and uplifting song that is sure