I’ve pointed out many times that the songs we pick must be theologically sound, but there’s another reason to be careful about what songs we sing.
As a worship leader, you may see a wide array facial expressions and hands in pockets, but you can’t see the brokenness that is being mended inside the souls of those faces.
As a worship leader, you may think you’re choosing a song or a verse or a hymn because it fits the right key or it’s the newest, coolest thing, but you can’t see how it is giving words to the groans in someone’s spirit.
This is a great reminder that our worship songs are more than just theology and chords.
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