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Throne Room Worship Play List (Updated)

Chapters 4 and 5 of Revelation give a unique glimpse into worship before the throne of heaven. This Sunday (April 25, 2010) we will be focusing our attention on that worship. To help us prepare and respond to what we see in Revelation 5, I wanted to put together a play list that reflects the worship we’ll be doing.

I’m updating the previous post with this new version that reflects the order of worship for Sunday. Links are to the Album or MP3 download at The previous post includes several songs that we won’t actually be using Sunday but which are still good thoughts growing out of Revelation 4 and 5, so check that one out as well!

I’ve also created an iMix for iTunes users, which can be found here, and which includes songs from both posts.

You Are Holy

The Children’s Choir will be calling us to worship. The congregation will join in the third time through.

Sing to Jesus
from the album The Shadow of Your Wings
by Fernando Ortega

(Bob’s thoughts on Revelation 5:1-7)

Arise My Love
from the album 16 Great Contemporary Christian Classics
(originally made popular by Newsong, but I liked this arrangement).

The Children’s Choir will perform a stick dance to this popular worship song.

Look Ye Saints

He is Exalted / Glory Medley
He is Exalted, from the album Twila Paris: Greatest Hits
by Twila Paris

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.’ This will be the offertory for the Sunday service.

(Bob’s thoughts on Revelation 5:8-10)

Agnus Dei
from the album Worship
by Michael W. Smith

Before the Throne of God Above
from the album Shattered
by Dave Hunt

(Bob’s thoughts on Revelation 5:11-12)

How Great is Our God
from the album Arriving
by Chris Tomlin

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

(Bob’s thoughts on Revelation 5:13-14)

Worthy is the Lamb
from the album Messiah
by George Frederic Handel