For those of you that don’t know, Gospel music has a soothing and calming effect that affects the brain positively. Gospel music can elevate your mood, and the lyrics have a way of elevating your spirituality to the next level. When the jagged edges of life are affecting you, gospel music can soften your problems and water down your stress levels. This is because gospel music acknowledges the frustrations of daily life, and it gives encouragement that makes it easy to move forward.
Without wasting so much of your time, here are the top5 hottest gospel songs currently rocking on your fastest and favourite gospel music blog.
NOTE: “The lovely gospel songs below are ranked based on key fans interactions and the most streamed/downloaded songs on our website as from last week.”
5) David Ewean – God of Signs & Wonders
David’s latest song “God of Signs & Wonders” is a reminder to every believer that they can fulfil their God-given purpose through the power of God and faith in Christ Jesus.
4) Kingsley Etim & Selfless – Spirit Connect
The song “Spirit Connect” is a reminder about the simple truth that life is more spiritual than physical, it keeps us all in that consciousness and makes us hunger and thirst after righteousness.
3) Abraham Peters – Have Mercy
When asked about his latest song “Have Mercy” Abraham pens down; “The song ‘Have Mercy’ is a reflection of God’s mercy over my life. And I have discovered that without the mercy of God I am nothing. The Bible says it is not of him that willet nor of he that runneth but of the lord that showeth mercy. The song explains what God’s mercy entails and how it is important in our lives..”
2) Matthew Light – Grace
Light’s latest song “Grace” reminds us that we are nothing without God’s Grace and our core purpose is to give God praise all our days. The song serves as a follow-up to his previously released chart-topping song “Changes’.
1) Donzizi – Reign (Ft. MX Kodeblack)
Donzizi’s latest song “Reign” moves in line with 1 Corinthians 15:25 NIV, which says, “For he must reign until he has put all his enemies under his feet.” ‘Reign’ glorifies the power of God over all other forces in the universe and explores deeper themes around the inevitability of sacrifice.