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9. Here I Am to Worship
The Billboard Christian Songs chart was launched in From its early years until , this chart used to rank songs based on airplay of Christian songs played on radio stations with a Christian contemporary music format. However, in the Christian Songs chart started to follow the same ranking procedure as the Billboard Hot Since then the Christian Songs chart has based its ranking on a combination of factors: airplay of Christian tracks on all radio station formats and digital sales as well as streaming. Most Christian adult contemporary music radio stations tend to play hits repeatedly. The song went on to enjoy its top of the chart position there for seven more weeks. The song enjoyed the most weeks on the Billboard Christian Songs chart: 26 weeks, including a record 23 weeks when the song was at the 1 position. It also made a couple more returns to the top of the chart.
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Worship music has been around for centuries. For the longest time, traditional hymns were the main form of musical worship that Christians could use to praise God. In recent decades, the Church seemingly began to embrace more contemporary styles of Christian music. While there were still plenty of great Christian musicians turning out radio hits, there was a newfound spirit for writing popular Christian worship songs that could easily be used in both church services and youth groups. Out of this movement came some of the most well-known artists working today, like Crowder, Chris Tomlin, and Casting Crowns. Here are a few of the popular Christian worship songs that made an impact in those years. The song was written by singer Bart Millard after the passing of his father. Written from the heart, it found an audience who could also identify with loss and the hope of Heaven. After spending several years helping artists like Michael W. Before going solo, David Crowder was the frontman for one of the biggest worship bands in the country.
Hosanna Praise is Rising starts off our list for the s. It is highly appropriate that Paul appears on my list for the s, given he features quite highly on my list for the s. Hosanna was written with Palm Sunday in mind — when Jesus rode triumphantly yet humbly into Jerusalem the week leading up to Easter. You are the God who saves us! Worthy of all our praises! Come have Your way among us.