Free Thanksgiving Playlist! 22 Worship Songs Of Praise & Thanksgiving

by Bobby Gilles

in Exhortations And Musings,Worship Leading

Record Player photo by Erwin Bernal courtesy Creative Commons licenseLooking for songs of thanksgiving, adoration and praise for

  • Your Thanksgiving weekend worship services
  • Your Thanksgiving holiday mood music
  • Your personal times of reflection, thanksgiving and worship?
Kristen and I have come up with a 22-song Playlist on Spotify that you can freely listen to and share with your friends.
This follows on the heel of our other Spotify worship song playlists:
23 Songs Of Thanksgiving And Praise
  1. My Maker And My King by Sojourn
  2. Crags and Clay by Gungor
  3. Indescribable by Chris Tomlin
  4. Grateful by Lecrae
  5. All I Have Is Yours by Sojourn
  6. Thank You, Lord by Paul Baloche
  7. Your Mighty Hand by Saint Lewis
  8. Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee by Page CXVI
  9. To Christ The Lord by Indelible Grace
  10. We Are Changed by Sojourn
  11. You Never Let Go by Matt Redman
  12. Triune Praise Remix by Shai Linne
  13. Jesus, Thy Blood And Righteousness by Zac Hicks + Cherry Creek Worship
  14. Satisfied by City Hymns
  15. Blest Be The Lamb by Sojourn
  16. Everybody Praise The Lord by Lincoln Brewster
  17. Never Once by Matt Redman
  18. You Have Always Been Faithful by Sovereign Grace
  19. It Is Finished by Bifrost Arts
  20. For Your Goodness by Joe Day
  21. All Good Gifts by Sojourn
  22. Great Is Thy Faithfulness by Trent Smith
  23. You Grew The Tree by Kristen Gilles

If you enjoy some of these songs, and your budget allows, it would benefit the artists if you’d purchase their music by searching for them on iTunes or their own websites.

*Performance royalty organizations (BMI and ASCAP) do collect fees from Spotify for writers registered with them, but these are much lower amounts than if you buy physical CDs or mp3 downloads. If interested, here is a lot more info on Spotify payments, and pro-con commentary in the comments section.

Also see The New Economics of the Music Industry: How Artists Really Make Money In The Cloud — Or Don’t

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