A note from composer/arranger Don Chapman:
charts and MP3s for
these praise songs
and feel free to make
as many copies as
you need - copy the chord
charts and burn CDs
for everyone on your
most of these around
turn of the century
so they sound a little
dated - nothing a
good electric guitar
fix. Get creative
and see what you
- "Every Day" is an upbeat song based
on Psalm 145. Try using it with "Open
the Eyes of My Heart," "Come, Now
is the Time to Worship" and other fast
songs in E.
- CCLI #3328657
- The chorus of "Every Day" as a
- Try using the fast version of "Every
Day" at the beginning of your praise
set, have a few other upbeat songs, a prayer
or Scripture reading, and close the set with
- CCLI #3328657
- "Be Magnified" is a classic chorus
from Psalm 70:4-5 that will lead your congregation
into intimate worship. Try adding it to the
end of your praise set.
- CCLI# 3180235
- Based on John 4:23-24.
- Sing Tomlin's "Forever" in G major,
segue directly into
- "In Spirit and Truth."
- CCLI# 3327517
- An upbeat call to worship.
- Use it with "Lord, I Lift Your Name
On High" in your praise set.
- Based on Psalm 65: 1-5
- CCLI# 3180170.
- Turn to Me is a simple, heartfelt prayer
for God's mercy and guidance based on Psalm
- Try the song in the middle or end of your
praise set and follow the song with a prayer
of confession. It starts out slow and classical,
gradually gets more powerful and ends in
a big pop style.
- "Turn to Me" is based on the Pachebel
Canon in D. For a communion service, try
having your musicians play a short arrangement
of the Canon in D from printed sheet music,
and segue into "Turn to Me" with
- CCLI# 3327414
- "Grace to You" is a benediction
song based on Ephesians 1:2-5. As a final
song in your service, try having a soloist
sing the verse and have your congregation
join in on the chorus.
- CCLI #3180259
Download a free contemporary hymn arrangement
of "All Hail the Power" at HymnCharts.com
- click "free sample."