Easter Mixtape

We now find ourselves in the Church calendar season of Easter. During Lent, we’ve focused on our sin and weakness. Now, in Easter, we cast all that off and celebrate all that God has done for us in Christ. The response we are meant to have in this time is that of utter joy and praise. So, to that end, I’m offering another mixtape to aid anyone who wishes to use it. (I made playlists for both Advent and Lent.) I pray that these songs and words are able to usher us into unfettered joy and gratitude to our God for all he has done, and all he has promised to do. [Cover Art: an amazing piece by my favorite artist, Mark Rothko.] 

Feel free to download and share this as you like, and may it bless you this Easter season. Be sure to also follow the poetry, readings, prayers, and reflections I’ve offered for this season as well.

Easter. Click here to download or click play to stream

  1. byrgid – Sigur Rós
  2. Jesus Is Lord – Bethany Dillon
  3. Praise To The Lord, The AlmightyRedemption Hill Music
  4. Crown HimBen Pasley
  5. Settler – Balmorhea
  6. So Shall It BeCool Hand Luke
  7. She Must & Shall Go Free – Indelible Grace
  8. O Priase Him (All This for a King)David Crowder Band
  9. Gobbledigook – Sigur Rós
  10. My Eyes Are So Blue I Feel Like I Could Look Right Through – Aaron Strumpel
  11. LazarusMy Epic
  12. The Lamb has OvercomeLuke Morton
  13. Everything is NewTim Coons
  14. Variation On ‘Commemorative Transfiguration & Communion At Magruder Park’ – Sufjan Stevens
  15. In The Shadow of the Glorious Cross – Sojourn Music
  16. ExpositionTakenobu
  17. Holy, Holy, HolySufjan Stevens
  18. DoxologyMy Epic
  19. Wondrous LoveAnathallo

One thought on “Easter Mixtape

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