Can You Finish the Lyrics of These Christian Worship Songs?

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Ariana Perez

7 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Sometimes, when many of us are going through some sort of trial or turbulent time in our lives (or even good times) we turn to religion for hope and some sense of guidance. Many can do with only prayer, but sometimes, a little more is needed. Why not add a beat to it?

Worship songs are known for their powerful, positive messages. Many swear by them and say they found the strength necessary to keep on going after listening to one of these songs. Christian worship songs are not only for Christians, they’re for everyone looking for a little piece of strength. These songs are typically loaded with messages of faith, hope and light.

At the end of the day, people's lives are surrounded with music. Whether that be through their phones, TV, radio, the background music of video games, or even shopping stores, if you pay close attention, you’ll notice that music is truly all around us at all times. This presents itself as an opportunity in North American culture for people to sing together outside the church.

Are you a fan of these songs? Or do you know of a good few ones? We’ve put together a list of Christian worship songs to test your knowledge. Do you think you can finish the lyrics? Test your knowledge and find out!

In one of his most well-known songs, Chris Tomlin, sings, “And if our God is with us, then__”. Can you finish this popular line of “Our God”?

Chris Tomlin released “Our God” in 2010 as part of his album “And if our God is for us…”, making it his sixth studio album. The completed line reads: “Then who could ever stop us?”.

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Taking it back to the '90s, Darlene Zschech released “Shout to the Lord”. Can you complete the following line: “Mountains bow down and the seas will roar at the __”?

"Shout to the Lord" is by far Zschech's most famous song, estimated to be sung by a 25-30 million churchgoers every week. In “Shout to the Lord”, a song part of her first solo album “Kiss of Heaven”, Darlene sings: “And the seas will roar at the sound of Your name.”

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“When you come to where you’re broken within, the __”. Can you complete this line from Tenth Avenue North’s “Healing Begins”?

“The light meets the dark”. That last line was also the name of Tenth Avenue North’s second major label studio album, “The Light Meets the Dark”, released in 2010 and running roughly over 45 minutes long.

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In “Like a Lion”, the Daniel Bastha/Newboys sing: “Let heaven roar and fire fall, come shake the ground with__”?

The completed line reads: “Come shake the ground with the sound of revival.” This song made it into the Christian band’s album, “God’s Not Dead”, released in 2011 as the second full-length album of the group with Michael Tait being the lead singer.

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Bethel Music, the American worship group from California, released the song “No Longer Slaves”. In it, they sing: “My fears were drowned in__.” Can you complete the line?

“My fears were drowned in perfect love,” sing the group. Bethel’s “We Will Not Be Shaken” is the 10th album released by the group in January 2015, running over 60 minutes long and with a track list of 11 songs, “No Longer Slaves” being one of them.

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In “Your Great Name”, Natalie Grant sings: “Sick are healed, and the __ at the sound of Your great name”. Can you complete the line?

In her eight album “Love Revolution”, Natalie Grant released four singles, one of them being “Your Great Name”. The full line reads: “And the dead are raised, at the sound of Your great name.”

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“You didn't want heaven without us / So Jesus, You __.” Can you complete Hillsong Worship’s “What a Beautiful Name” song line?

Hillsong Worship sings: "So Jesus, You brought heaven down.” “What a Beautiful Name” is one of the tracks forming part of the “Let There Be Light” album, making it the 25th live album of Hillsong Worship and consisting of several worship pastors from the Australian HIllsong Church.

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Kari Jobe’s “Forever” is a catchy song, especially in her line: “We sing hallelujah, the __.” Do you know the rest?

In Kari Jobe’s “Forever”, the singer sings: “We sing hallelujah, the Lamb has overcome.” The song is part of her album “Majestic”, released in 2014 and falling under the Christian/Gospel genre, making it her second live album.

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In “10,000 Reasons”, Matt Redman nearly lists 10,000 reasons. In one of his lines, he says: “Let me be singing when the __.” Can you complete the line?

In “10,000 Reasons”, Matt Redman sings: “Let me be singing when the evening comes.” The song’s title is the same of his studio album, which peaked on the US Christian Album chart at number 1, and number 149 on UK charts.

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In her “You Say” hit, Lauren Daigle talks about a few doubts and insecurities she experiences on the regular. In one of her lines, she sings: “You say I am loved when__.” Can you complete it?

Despite her insecurities, Lauren Daigle talks about how God reminds us that: “I am loved when I can’t feel a thing.”

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“All the kingdoms built, all the __,” is a line from Casting Crowns’ “Only Jesus”. Can you fill in the blanks?

Casting Crowns sing: “All the kingdoms built, all the trophies won,” a line of their “Only Jesus” hit. The song’s title is the same name of the album, which was released in 2018 and became a successful Christian album.

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“I can only imagine when all I would do is forever, forever __.” Can you complete this line for MercyMe’s “I Can Only Imagine”?

In “I Can Only Imagine,” MercyMe sings: “Forever, forever worship You.” This song was one of the tracks that formed “The Worship Project”, the fifth independent album by the American Christian rock band released in 1999.

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In “Amazing Grace” (a must know) Chris Tomlin sings: “My chains are gone, I’ve __.” Easy, what’s the complete line?

“Amazing Grace” is a very popular American song, sung throughout many churches by countless believers who in seeking hope and guidance. Though Chris Tomlin added his own spin to it, there are many other singers who have done a cover or version of the same song.

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Can you complete the following line of “So Will I (100 Billion X)” by Hillsong Worship? “And as You speak / A hundred __.”

In “So Will i (100 Billion X)”, Hillsong Worship sing: “A hundred billion galaxies are born.” This song forms part of the group’s “Wonder” album released in 2017 and classified under the Christian/Gospel genre.

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In 2018, Cory Asbury released his son “Reckless Love”. In it, there is a line that says: “When I was Your foe, __.” Can you complete it?

In 2018, Cory Asbury released his second solo album “Reckless Love”. A song with the same title formed part of the track, and the full above line reads: “When I was Your foe, still Your love fought for me.”

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“I will fear no evil, for __,” sings TobyMac in his “I Just Need U” Christian hip hop single, one of his latest hits. Why is TobyMac not fearing any evil?

The full lyrics read: “I will fear no evil, for Thou art with me.” TobyMac is known as a Christian hip hop recording artist, music producer, songwriter and author who at age 54 has already charted 20 solo singles on Billboard's Christian Songs list.

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“Wide awake while the world is sound asleepin' / Too afraid of what might show up__.” How do For King & Country finish their “God Only Knows” song?

In their “Burn the Ships” 2018 album, the band’s third studio album, For King & Country released 11 tracks. In “God Only Knows’, one of the tracks, the above full line reads: “Too afraid of what might show while you’re dreamin’.”

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“Hands that healed nations, stretched out __,” sang Casting Crowns on their “Glorious Day” song, one of the band’s top hits back in 2009. Can you complete it?

“Hands that healed nations, stretched out on a tree,” sing Casting Crowns in their “Glorious Day” song. The track is part of their “Until the Whole World Hears” album, which released in 2009 with a total of 12 tracks.

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Chris Tomlin is an American singer, songwriter and worship leader. In 2016, he released “Good Good Father,” a song where he sings: “I've seen many searching for answers far and wide __.” Can you complete it?

In his 2016 song “Good Good Father”, Chris Tomlin sings: But I know we're all searching.” The song is part of his 2016 “Never Lose Sight” album, which is formed of 11 tracks with two top singles.

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“I got an Old Church Choir singing in my soul / I got a sweet salvation and __,” is a line sung by Zach Williams. What are the missing lyrics to his “Old Church Choir” song?

“I got a sweet salvation and it’s beautiful,” sings Zach Williams in his “Old Church Choir” song. The song is part of Zach’s debut studio album “Chain Breaker”, which was released in 2016 along with a pertaining lyric video.

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American Contemporary Christian music singer Crowder released his “Red Letters” single in 2018. In it, he talks about a moment where he hits a dead end and something happens. Can you complete this line: “Breath of God filled my lungs / And the Holy Ghost __.”

David Wallace Crowder, or Crowder, released “Red Letters” in 2018. “Red Letters”, a single part of the album, was one of his top hits in which he sings about a turning point: “And the Holy Ghost awakened me.”

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Oh, what a song to sing! Chris Tomlin sang “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do,” where he said: “ But You came down from heaven to __.” What did he say God came down from heaven to do?

In his “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do,” Chris Tomlin talks about how God came down “came down from heaven to restore me.” The song was the second track on his tenth studio album “Holy Road”, which was released in 2018 along with a book titled “Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change the Way You Worship” and a Spotify-exclusive "Holy Roar Podcast.”

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Jeremy Camp, an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter from Indiana, released “There Will Be A Day,” where he talks about the day that he storm will have passed and he will see the light again. One of his lines read: “There will be a day with no more tears, no more pain, and __.” How does the line end?

Jeremy Camp released his “Speaking Than Louder Before” album in 2008, with 13 tracks. “There Will Be A Day,” one of the tracks, was a hit song where he sang about finding hope through faith after a turbulent time, saying: “There will be a day with no more tears, no more pain, and no more fears.”

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“Jesus, You're still enough / Keep me __,” sings Elevation Worship on their “Do It Again” song. What are they asking God to be kept in?

The full line reads: “Jesus, You're still enough / Keep me within Your love.” “Do It Again” is a track that belongs to the band’s 10th live album, “There Is A Cloud”, was later nominated for a GMA Dove Award in the Worship Album of the Year and the Long Form Video of the Year categories at the 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards, along with other recognitions.

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In “Maybe It’s OK”, We Are Messengers say: “Then how would I know what it feels like to be whole / If I didn't know what it __.” What do they know that has helped them feel whole?

In “Maybe It’s OK”, We Are Messengers, an Irish worship band, sing: “If I didn't know what it cost like to be rejected.” The song is part of their latest “Honest” album, set to be released March 2019.

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Ever needed a song for when the going gets tough? “Well Done” by The Afters is the perfect example. Can you complete this line? “What will it be like when tears are washed away And every broken thing will finally be __?”

The Afters are an American Christian pop rock band who, oddly enough, came together thanks to Starbucks. Two of the leaders played together for customers before they came up with the idea of forming a band that would eventually gain a lot of popularity. In their song “Well Done”, the complete line above reads: “And every broken thing will finally be made whole.”

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“Give me your eyes for just one second / Give me your eyes so __.” In the last line of “Give Me Your Eyes”, what does Brandon Heath ask eyes for?

Brandon Heath is a contemporary Christian musician from Nashville, Tennessee, who has been in the industry since 2000 and has released seven albums since then. “Give Me Your Eyes” was on the tracklist of his second album named “What If”, where the full line above stated: “Give me your eyes so I can see.”

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Earlier in 2019, Danny Gokey released “Haven’t Seen It Yet,” where he starts the songs with questions only to follow them up with reassuring statements. One of those statements say: “Only moments from the break of dawn / All His promises __.” Can you fill in the blanks?

Danny Gokey is an American singer and former church music director from Wisconsin. His latest single, “Haven’t Seen It Yet,” talks about the reassuring promises that will be given to you stating: “Only moments from the break of dawn / All His promises are just up ahead.”

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“If you gotta start sometime why not now / If we gotta start somewhere __.” Where does TobyMac suggest people start in his “City On Our Knees” single?

In “City On Our Knees”, TobyMac says: “If we gotta start somewhere I say here.” Part of his 2010 album “Tonight”, the single received a Grammy Award for Best Gospel Song. Go TobyMac!

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“Clothed in rainbows of living color / Flashes of lighting __.” Can you complete Kari Jobe’s line of “Revelation Song”?

In “Revelation Song”, Kari Jobe sings just that, lyrics of revelation. In her 2009 album, this song’s lyrics read: “Flashes of lightning rolls of thunder.”

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Tauren Wells’ “Hills and Valleys” talks just about that, the ups and downs and how to keep on moving forward. What does Tauren remind us of when we’re in a valley in this line: “When I'm walking through the valley end, __”?

Tauren Wells is an American Christian rock and pop artist and former Royal Tailor frontman. In “Hills and Valleys”, belonging to his 2017 “Hills and Valleys” album, Tauren reminds us that: “When I'm walking through the valley end, no I am not alone.”

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“Now I'm alive and born again / Rescued from __.” What does Zach Williams sing about being saved from in his “Survivor” song?

Zach Williams is a Grammy award-winning American Christian rock artist from Arkansas. In his song “Survivor”, a track on his “Chain Breaker” album, he sings: “Rescued from the grip of sin.” He’s a survivor indeed!

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Tasha Cobbs’ “Break Every Chain” contains pretty simple, yet powerful lyrics. Can you fill in the blanks for the following line? “There is power in __.”

Tasha Cobbs is an urban contemporary gospel musician and songwriter who began her professional music career in 2010 and has released four albums ever since. In “Break Every Chain”, Tasha reminds listeners of this genre that “There is power in the name of Jesus.”

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In “Overcomer”, Mandisa sings: “Whatever it is you may be going through / I know He's not gonna __.” What does she tells her listeners?

Mandisa, an American gospel and contemporary Christian recording artist, released “Overcomer” as a track in her 2013 album with the same name. In the song, she reminds listeners that:" I know He's not gonna let it get the best of you.” So, bottom line, keep on going!

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“You're the reason we're here / You’re the reason we’re __.” How does Vertical Worship end their “Open Up The Heavens” song?

In “Open Up The Heavens”, Vertical Worship, a contemporary Christian and worship band from Chicago, sing: “You’re the reason we’re singing.” This song is part of their “Live Worship From Vertical Church” album, which was released in 2012 and featured several artists, including Meredith Andrews and Andi Rozier.

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