Sunday, 8 February 2015

Songs for Worship #6

Last year from January to June I wrote a series on
Why We Worship  where I considered an attribute of God each Sunday.

At different times people mentioned to me about a song that a post reminded them of so I thought that I would now go through those attributes again with a song for each one.

So I'm following the weeks of Why We Worship from last year and I hope you will follow along with me.
(Just head over to the side bar and join up if you would like to receive a reminder of my posts)

                         Looking today at 

God is Faithful

Faithful God 

Faithful God, Faithful God.
All sufficient One I worship you.
Shalom my peace,
My strong deliverer.
I worship you
Faithful God.

If you would like to see the post from last year that this is based on please click on the graphic below


  1. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing. Joining you from Still Saturday today.

  2. Great reminder that more of life should be about worship.

  3. I love music, and find myself worshiping heartily on the way to work, with the radio turn up LOUD! Yes indeed, our God is faithful!

  4. I don't think I had ever heard this song before. Thanks for sharing. One of my favorite songs is "Great is Thy Faithfulness", and another one is "It is Well With My Soul." I really like the old hymns. I'm glad I found you linked up to the Weekend Brew.
    -Miranda at

  5. Beautiful series. Thank you for sharing at The Weekend Brew.

  6. God's faithfulness is all I can count on forever and ever. And, I truly want to be faithful to Him moment-by-moment here and then rejoicing about His faithfulness when I'm in heaven and eternity. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Beautiful, beautiful song! I so needed this comforting reminder this morning. And I already shared the song where I felt compelled. Thank you for sharing this today!

  8. This is a new song for me. Thank you for sharing!
    Beautiful words here.
    Anne @

  9. Lovely, lovely song... Don't think I have ever heard it before. Thank you for this, Sandra. Needed it!