from Hymncharts arranger Don Chapman:
This mid tempo version of “Go Tell It” would make a perfect song to close a December or Christmas Eve service. Imagine your pastor preaches a sermon to the effect of spreading the Good News at Christmas, then start “Go Tell It.” In fact, try opening a service with “Come Thou Long-Expected Jesus” and closing the same service with “Go Tell It!” These other songs fit well thematically:
Mighty to Save by Hillsong Worship. This song is a powerful proclamation of God’s saving power and mercy, and a testimony of how He can transform anyone who calls on His name. The song says: “Shine your light and let the whole world see / We’re singing for the glory of the risen King / Jesus”.
Shine by Matt Redman. This song is a prayer to God to fill us with His Spirit and make us shine like stars in the sky, as Philippians 2:15 says. Lyrics that match the theme state “And we will shine, shine like the stars / And show this world who You are / And we will shine, shine like the stars / And show this world Your amazing grace”.
Light Of The World by Lauren Daigle. This song is a beautiful reflection on the incarnation of Jesus, who came as the light of the world to shine in the darkness and bring hope to the hopeless. The lyrics say: “The world waits for a miracle / The heart longs for a little bit of hope / Oh come, oh come, Emmanuel / The child prays for peace on earth / And she’s calling out from a sea of hurt / Oh come, oh come, Emmanuel / And can you hear the angels singing / Glory to the light of the world / Glory, the light of the world is here”. Use this one in a worship set with both Come Thou Long-Expected Jesus and Go Tell It!
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