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These are truly classic worship songs.

Not necessarily for entertainment but for one-on-one worship of our God. Sing them to Him and personalize them.

Praise Classics: Lord of Love Marantha Music still ROCKS!

Wow, what a blast from the holy past. I loved these songs in the '70s and '80s and wow, they still get me to lift my arms and praise His name! This is great. You gotta try it!

Mellow Worship Music...

From the Calvary Chapel movement. My favorite song here is Terry Clark's rendition of "Psalm 5". Ironically, the song "Thy Lovingkindness" has lyrics saying that the worshipper lifts up their hands. That is a worship expression that is marginally allowed in a Calvary Chapel service, but the song is quoting scripture!

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s

Maranatha Music is a Christian music label that emerged as part of the ministry of Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California. It releases Christian-themed music ranging from rock and country to traditional hymns. Chuck Smith founded Maranatha Music in 1971 as on outlet for the music being written by younger members of Calvary Chapel. The label released albums by a variety of artists in the decades that followed and received a Lifetime Achievement...
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