2016 Playlist

I was supposed to publish this last month but life happens so I’m posting this only now.


Only a few days left, and the year is about to end again. As with my usual practice, I want to keep a record of the songs that made this year a little more exciting for me. I don’t have much music discoveries this year though, so I can only name a few memorable songs in my playlist.

Anyway, here’s  my most memorable songs in 2016:

1. Make Me a Servant by Maranatha Singers. If I am to summarize the lesson God taught me this year, I think this one is the perfect song to describe it. I always tend to forget that Jesus is Lord and I am His servant. Since He is my Lord and King, I really need to have a servant attitude.


Make me a servant
Humble and meek
Lord let me lift up those who are weak
And may the prayers of my heart always be
Make me a servant
Make me a servant
Make me a servant today


2. No Borders by Ginny Owens. I actually discovered this song last year but it’s only this year that I’ve learned to appreciate this. I realized that if I really  want to experience God and see His amazing miracles in my life, I need to let all my walls down and let Him accomplish whatever He has planned for my life. I also need to learn not to put limit in what He can do for my life.


It’s time that I abandoned the familiar
to chase what I don’t understand
You’re teaching me that when I trust Your promise
I finally find the promised land
no borders, no boundaries could ever be enough
to hold back the wonder of Your overwhelming flood
in the beauty of Your mystery
freely now I run with
no borders, no boundaries
Lord I’m surrendered to Your love


3. Start a Fire by Unspoken. I first heard this song during one of the service I attended this year. I liked this song because of its message of asking God or start or rekindle the fire in our soul. I think I liked it because it was the song I needed to hear during that time.


Start a fire in my soul
Fan the flame and make it grow
So there’s no doubt or denying
Let it burn so brightly
That everyone around can see
That it’s You, that it’s You that we need
Start a fire in me


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