New Worship Songs You Should Know


Have you been looking for new worship music to prevent your time worshiping the Lord from getting stale? While incorporating previous “hits” in your time with the Lord is also important, and can be deeply meaningful, often new music can reinvigorate this practice. Here are a few new and recently released worship songs that you should know.

Reckless Love by Shane and Shane

Written by Cory Asbury and performed by Shane and Shane, this worship song reminds us of how vast and powerful God’s love is.

Read the chorus and let these words fill your heart today:

Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God
Oh, it chases me down, fights ’til I’m found, leaves the ninety-nine
And I couldn’t earn it, I don’t deserve it, still, You give Yourself away
Oh, the overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God, yeah

I Belong by Tim Timmons featuring Amy Grant

A beautiful anthem and reminder of how important we are to our Heavenly Father, is the new song I Belong by Tim Timmons featuring Amy Grant.

No matter what is going on in your life, let these words from the song’s chorus be etched on your heart:

Hallelujah, I belong here
In your presence
Safe and secure
I see hope, coming on the horizon
There’s no need for hiding
Cause I belong

Yes, I Will by Vertical Worship

This song is peaceful and yet incredibly powerful. Starting out slow and building to a powerful chorus the song reminds us that God is working towards His plan, even when things aren’t working out for us or seem hopeless.

Here is the chorus that reminds us to praise the Lord at all times:

Oh, yes I will, lift You high in the lowest valley
Yes I will, bless Your name
Oh, yes I will, sing for joy when my heart is heavy
All my days, oh yes, I will
For all my days, oh yes, I will
For all my days, yes, I will

Hallelujah Here Below by Elevation Worship

It is a word that we hear a lot in the church, but do you ever take time to meditate on the word ‘Hallelujah”? It simply means God be praised. With every fiber of our being, God be praised. Look at the lyrics the first verse of this new song by Elevation Worship, which is followed by a simple chorus of ” We sing hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah.”

We are an altar of broken stones
But You delight in the offering
You have the heavens to call Your home
But You abide in the song we sing
Ten thousand angels surround Your throne
To bring You praise that will never cease
But hallelujah from here below
Is still Your favorite melody