BEST KIDS WORSHIP SONGS

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  1. I Have Decided to Follow Jesus

I have decided to follow Jesus’ hymn is a Christian hymn from India. The lyrics are based on the last words of the Garo man, Assam.

I have decided to follow Jesus;

I have decided to follow Jesus;

I have decided to follow Jesus;

No turning back, no turning back.

(2x)

He gives me hope for each new day

I’m gonna follow Jesus

He lights my path all along the way

I’m gonna follow Jesus

I will go wherever He leads

I’m gonna follow Jesus

No turning back

  1. Jesus Loves Me

“Jesus Loves Me” The hymn was first published as a poem by Anna B. Warner. It is one of the most popular Christian hymns in the world , particularly among children.  Anna ‘s sister Susan asked for a poem for a dying child, and Anna wrote the beautiful words of Jesus Loves Me to bring comfort and peace.

Jesus loves me this I know

For the bible tells me so

Little ones to him belong

They are weak but he is strong

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

This I know

And I say yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

For the bible tells me so

Jesus loves me he who died

Heaven’s gates to open wide

He will wash away my sins

Let his little child come in

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

This I know

And I say yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

Yes, Jesus loves me

For the bible tells me so

  1. This Little Light of Mine

The American gospel songwriter, Harold Dixon Loes, took the middle name Dixon in honour of A. C. Dixon, then pastor of the Moody Church. Harry Dixon Loes has studied music at the Moody Bible Institute. After intensive training in music, he worked as a ministry of music in a number of churches. Since 1939 until he retires, he was a member of Moody Bible Institute ‘s music faculty. He wrote 1,500 gospel song lyrics and composed 3,000 songs.

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine

Everywhere I go I’m gonna let it shine

Everywhere I go I’m gonna let it shine

Everywhere I go I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine

Even when I’m afraid I’m gonna let shine

Even when I’m afraid I’m gonna let shine

Even when I’m afraid I’m gonna let shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine

This little light of mine

I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine, let it shine (x3)

  1. I’ve Got Peace Like a River

I’ have Got Peace Like a River is an African-American spiritual Song. On the plains, the spirituals started and the slaves would sing to pass the time of day. It was also a perfect way to send along messages and spread the gospel.

“To illustrate peace, joy and love, this song uses water” as a simile.

William J. Reynolds is credited with this spiritual arrangement.

I’ve got peace like a river

I’ve got peace like a river

I’ve got peace like a river

In my soul

I’ve got peace like a river

I’ve got peace like a river

I’ve got peace like a river

In my soul

I’ve got love like an ocean

I’ve got love like an ocean

I’ve got love like an ocean

In my soul

I’ve got love like an ocean

I’ve got love like an ocean

I’ve got love like an ocean

In my soul

I’ve got joy like a fountain

I’ve got joy like a fountain

I’ve got joy like a fountain

In my soul

I’ve got joy like a fountain

I’ve got joy like a fountain

I’ve got joy like a fountain

In my soul

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

In my soul

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

I’ve got peace, love and joy like a river

In my soul

  1. There is Power in the Blood

Jones was born in 1865 in Illinois and died in 1936 in California. He attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago with evangelist Billy Sunday. He worked in several states with the YMCA (Young Men ‘s Christian Association), suggesting that over the years he served in numerous positions. He composed over 200 hymns, lyrics and music, but none of them were as popular as this one. In 1899, he wrote ‘Power in the Blood.’

There’s power, there’s power

There’s wonder workin’ power

There is power, power, wonder-working power

In the blood of the Lamb

There is power, power, wonder-working power

In the precious blood of the Lamb

Would you do service for Jesus your King?

There’s power in the blood, power in the blood

Would you live daily His praises to sing?

There’s wonderful power in the blood

There is power, power, wonder-working power

In the blood of the Lamb

There is power, power, wonder-working power

In the precious blood of the Lamb

(repeat from the beginning)

  1. No, Not One

Johnson Oatman, Jr. (1856-1922), born to a devout Christian family in New Jersey, attended church daily. His father (who had the same name) influenced him so much that he wanted to walk in his footsteps and grow up to be the man his dad was. His dad had a great booming voice and was in great demand as a gospel singer; perhaps this is why, at such an early age, Johnson enjoyed church music so much.

The kind of friend that Johnson found in Jesus is what we all need. You don’t have to be down and out or in some bad position to sing this song. We all go through difficult and lonely times. All of us need a pal … and Jesus knows it.

Oh

There’s not a friend like the lowly Jesus.

No, not one! No, not one!

No one else could heal all our soul’s diseases.

No, not one! No, not one!

Jesus knows all about our struggles.

He will guide us till the day is done.

There’s not a friend like the lowly Jesus.

No, not one! No, not one!

Hey! Oh

There’s not an hour that he is not near us.

No, not one! No, not one!

No night is so dark but his love can cheer us.

No, not one! No, not one!

(sing chorus 2 times)

No, not one! No, not one!

Hey! Oh

  1. Ask and it will be given to you

Music Services, Inc. was founded in 1987 by veteran music industry Phil Perkins. Having been a songwriter, arranger, orchestrator, publisher, artist, and record producer since the early 1970s, he understood the importance of creative people’s symbiotic relationship with the companies that work with them. In the early stages of his music career, when he helped manage a major music publishing and recording company’s intellectual property properties, he soon saw the value of open accounting and the responsibilities and obligations corporations owed their artistic partners. The framework for Music Services was set in combining creative process and good business management.

Seek and you will find

Knock and the door will be opened to you

Ask, seek, knock

Ask and it will be given to you

Seek and you will find

Knock and the door will be opened to you

Ask, seek, knock

For everyone who asks receives

And he who seeks finds

And to him who knocks

The door will opened

Ask and it will be given to you

Seek and you will find

Knock and the door will be opened to you

Ask, seek, knock

Ask and it will be given to you

Seek and you will find

Knock and the door will be opened to you

Ask, seek, knock

For everyone who asks receives

And he who seeks finds

And to him who knocks

The door will opened

Ask . . . and it will be given to you

Seek . . .and you will find

Knock . . . and the door will be opened to you

Ask, seek, knock

Ask! Seek! Knock!

Ask! Seek! Knock! 

  1. My Best Friend

The song of American country music singer Tim McGraw, produced by Aimee Mayo and Bill Luther, is My Best Friend. It was released as the third single from McGraw’s A Place on the Sun album in October 1999. The song reached US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks number one.

Have you heard of the One called Saviour?

Have you heard of His perfect love?

Have you heard of the One in Heaven?

Have you heard how He gave His Son?

’Cause I have found this love

I believe in The Son

Show me Your way

Jesus You are my best friend

And You will always be

And nothing will ever change that

I believe in the One called Saviour

I believe He’s the Risen One

I believe that I’ll live forever

I believe that my King will come

Nothing will ever change that

Nothing will ever change that

Nothing will ever change that

  1. John 14:27

Here is John 14:27’s Bible verse song that I label “Do Not Be Afraid.” It’s a really sweet song with a feeling of lullaby.It beautifully illustrates the wonderful peace that Jesus wishes to offer to every one of us.

Whoa, Whoa, Whoa

Peace I leave with you

My peace I give, I give to you

I do not give to you

As the world gives

Peace I leave with you

My peace I give, I give to you

I do not give to you

As the world gives

Do not, do not, let your hearts be troubled

Do not, do not, don’t be afraid

Do not, do not, let your hearts be troubled

And do not be afraid

  1. My God Is So Big

This song reminds us of God’s power and strength-and that he has built the world in which we live. This song can be sung with action: on the word ‘Huge’ make a circle with both hands in the air; for ‘hard’ raise one arm as if flexing muscles, then raise the other for ‘powerful;’ on ‘there is nothing my God can do’ wag one finger and shake your head as if saying no; for ‘rivers’ draw a wavy line with one hand; on ‘mountain’ bring the tips of the fingers of both hands together in a bag.

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

The mountains are His, the rivers are His

The stars are His handiwork too

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do, hey, hey

My God is so great, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

My God is so great, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

The mountains are His, the rivers are His

The stars are His handiwork too

My God is so great, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

The mountains are His, the rivers are His

The stars are His handiwork too

My God is so big, so strong and so mighty

There’s nothing my God cannot do

There’s nothing my God cannot do

There’s nothing, nothing, nothing He can’t do

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