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Throne Room Worship Playlist

I promised to provide a playlist for Revelation 4 and 5, worship music based on these texts and suitable for the Throne Room of heaven. Subject to revision after worship planning for Sunday is complete, here is such a list:

(Note – I have submitted an imix for this: link soon. The links below are mostly to Amazon.)

Holy, Holy, Holy
from the album Unveiled Hope
by Michael Card

This album focuses on true-to-the-text interpretations of the many worship scenes in Revelation.

Holy Is the Lord and Indescribable
from the album Arriving
by Chris Tomlin

Tomlin helps us to sense the majesty of God.

We Bow Down [Instrumental]
from the album Sanctuary
by Twila Paris

I thought this was a nice instrumental setting of the well known chorus

Lamb of God
From the album Greatest Hits
by Twila Paris

This song focuses on the work of Jesus as the Lamb sent to take away the sin of the world (John 1:29).

Behold the Lamb of God
from the album Behold the Lamb of God
by Andrew Peterson

Peterson also reflects on John 1, especially John 1:29

Agnus Dei
from the album Worship
by Michael W. Smith

Crown Him With Many Crowns
from the album The Shadow of Your Wings
by Fernando Ortega

A pleasant setting of the familiar hymn text.

The Day Is Yours and Non Nobis Domine
from the album Henry V
by Patrick Doyle

These don’t actually fit directly into Revelation 4 or 5, but they complement the text. The first is a simple instrumental preparation for the second, which says ‘Not to us, O Lord, but to your name be the glory.’

Revelation Songf
rom the album Fearless
by Phillips, Craig & Dean

This is one we’ve been enjoying at church recently.

You Are Worthy
from the album Unveiled Hope
by Michael Card

A second selection from Unveiled Hope, this one captures the throne room scene of Revelation 5 quite well.

Messiah: Worthy Is the Lamb… Amen
from the album Messiah
by George Frederick Handel

The classic setting of our classic text. This is what the choir will be doing on Sunday.