My Lockdown Playlist.

Hey Guys!

Long time, no post.☺️☺️

I hope March was good to everyone of us even inspite of the chaos.

Today, I’ll be sharing 10 songs and albums that has remained at the top of my playlist for a while now.

So here goes;

1) Young and Free by Hillsong: This album tops every other album I’ve ever listened to. Ah! May God bless writers of all the songs on the album.

2) There’s A Place by Nathaniel Bassey: Pastor Nath! His words are always spirit filled and inspiring. You should listen if you haven’t.

3) Dry Bones by Nosa: One of his latest work. This song reveals the supremacy of God and His supernatural power to help raise dead areas in our lives. As you listen while trusting and believing in God, God will certainly work miraculous wonders in our lives.

4) Trust in You by Lauren Diagle: This!!!! A sum total of my present relationship with God. Trusting! Trusting! Trusting! Even when humanly speaking, it makes no sense.

5) You Say by Lauren Diagle: At a point in one’s life, you’ll come to question lots of things about yourself. You’d ask if you’re loved, strong, useful and many other things. This song is a calling to everyone out there dealing with identity crisis, God is saying something different about you. He loves you and calls you strong, useful, forgiven and redeemed.

6) Control by Tenth Avenue: The first time I heard this song was the Fuji adaptation someone on social media posted, it immediately captured my attention. This song explains how much God loves us and wants us to surrender our everything to Him. Everything, including ourselves while we just sit back and watch Him take all the control. You should really listen to this song and let the lyrics enthrall you.

7)Kergyma by Outburst: Nigeria has one of the finest worshippers you can ever find. No kidding! This album is one that throws light to the glory of God, the redemptive work of our Lord Jesus and the presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives. The Celebration Church Choir otherwise known as Outburst did total justice to this album!

8) The Spirit of Light by Tope Alabi and TY Bello: Two great minstrels, 17 heavenly songs.. I feel like my dad won’t be happy with me if this album doesn’t make the list😂😂. ‘Logan ti o de’ has been his favourite from the first day he heard it, courtesy of me, of course😌 Anyway, I loved every song on this album. May God continue to increase his annointing in their lives.

9)Thank You For Being God by Travis Greene: No words mehn! One reason to keep thanking God is because He is God. All by Himself. No one else carries the power of that title. I’ll share my best part of that song;

‘You loved me inspite of my flaws
You hold me close in the midst of it all
A present help when I’m in need
And I’m grateful that you won’t give up on me.
You loved me when no one else could
You kept me when no one could
So I’m saying
Thank you for being God’

Just lukat God!!

10) Heal Our Land by Kari Jobe: In the events of all that is happening worldwide, it’s most certain that we need God in our various countries. This song is a prayer for healing, revival and restoration of our countries. We pray in every nation, Christ be known!! Healing comes. Our restoration time is here.

Now to you my devoted readers, I hope you all find peace in the midst of the world’s disarray. No fears at all, only faith. P.S: Don’t forget to stay safe!

And yes, you can drop recommendations of great songs to listen to.

Happy Palm Sunday Amigos❤️❤️

Published by Adeola

I'm an illuminated lamp to this generation. I'm an insurmountable teenager. I'm a fast growing poet and writer. I'm Peace of God

20 thoughts on “My Lockdown Playlist.

  1. This is an awesome playlist! I’d add some of my favorites as well:
    The Blessing- Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes and Elevation Worship. (There is also a Kiswahili cover by Rebekah Dawn and Allan Sucre which I love because it rings close to home)
    Rattle- Elevation Worship
    Promises- Marverick City
    Waymaker- Sinachi (my all time praise and worship tune)

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    1. Oh myyyyyy😍😍

      Promises is a really really good song. And I got The Blessings from this blog post, best believe I listen to it everyday 😂😂 I’ll definitely check out the Kiswahili Cover.

      Thanks for commenting. I appreciate 😘😘

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  2. Wow!
    I’ll also recommend “Who you say I am” by Hillsong Worship.
    Thanks Dee for the playlist shared, listening to songs of late is getting harder and harder, I can’t just explain, I’ve prayed for God to control all in my life. I really appreciate Ma’am.
    I’ll be hosting a challenge on the song title on my blog in few days. It’s gonna bless you a lot. I won’t really be focusing on the song, just the title in relationship with some other very important things in the Christian journey.
    Stay connected with God.

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    1. Wow….this comment came in handy. “Who you say I am” is one very song that defines me when insecurities rage. I’m always reminded of who God says I am.

      And of course, bring the challenge on!! I’m sure it’s going to be awesome.

      Do remember, God is always there with us, even when we don’t feel it, His presence encompasses us.

      Thank you so much Salem for commenting, I really really appreciate.

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