Playlist #5 – Slave No Longer

Contemporary Christian Music – Christian Rap

Ephesians 2:4-6 (KJV)

But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us,

Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved;)

And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus:

Slave No Longer

This is what I’m listening to this week….

I hope this playlist will be a blessing for you on this Sunday Evening. It is a old-school throwback of contemporary christian music of the early 2000 to the latest praise and worship song playing on the radio. If you’re not into Christian Rap, sorry this is not for you. Try me again on the next playlist. I’m taking to cover the whole genre of CCM.

16 Great Songs from the Mixed Contemporary Christian Genre on Praise:

  1. Something for You. KJ-52
  2. Armour Papa San
  3. Free The Cross Movement
  4. Great to be Dead LPG
  5. Dead 2 Sin, Alive 2 Royal Knight
  6. Now Who’s The Man The Cross Movement
  7. Man Up Da’ T.R.U.T.H.
  8. Rescue Papa San
  9. Dead to Sin Brain Gangwish
  10. Psalm 23 Group 1 Crew
  11. Anchor of Peace North Point Insideout
  12. Slave to Nothing Zach Williams
  13. No Longer Slave (Instrumental) Shane & Shane
  14. No Longer Slave Bethel Music, Jonathan David Helser
  15. Dead to Sin, Alive in Him Sacred City Music

Take hold of this message in music that our Savior has delivered us to Freedom and Liberty. Praise Him. Praise Him: for He is worthy of praised. Glory the Lord God is with Us!

Enjoy your listening time with God!

Do you know what a true worshipper looks like?

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Cagle: Are you a true worshiper?

The Bible says, “But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God is Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth” (John 4:23-24).

If, according to our text there are “true” worshipers, and true worship, then naturally there must be false worshipers and false worship.

True worship of God the Father comes from the internal, the spirit or heart of a true worshiper, and is done in truth or sincerity.

False worship of God the Father comes from the external, through rituals, formality and ceremony, and is done in insincerity.

God is Spirit. He is omnipresent. Since God is everywhere at every moment the true worshiper knows they can worship God anywhere at any time, in a field, a prison, a home, on the street, in a car, in a plane or in a train, and their worship is accepted by God. They know they can truly worship God without being in a church, without the aid of ceremony, religious trinkets, stain glass windows, choirs, preachers or crowds. They go to church to be with the family of God and true worshipers but they know they can worship God together anywhere.

The false worshiper can only worship at a designated time, in a church because they believe the church is the only place they can meet God. They don’t believe they can really worship God without all the rituals, the choir, the preacher, the religious trinkets and crowds. And their kind of worship is not what God is seeking after.

A true worshiper of God knows that true worship is simple and is done out of a pure and sincere heart.

A false worshiper believes that the worship of God is difficult and complex, and is done through many religious activities, through rituals, ceremonies and works that they do.

Most religion today has complicated the true worship of God and taken away its simple beauty. It has made the approach to God appear almost impossible. continue reading >>

Source: Suwannee Democrat. The Jasper News, Mayo Free Press.



Trusting God during Situations and Circumstances. What reality will you see in your testing times? Watch the video below to see the youth of Elevation Church.

NEWS SOURCE: Elevation October 04, 2019

CHARLOTTE, N.C., October 2019 – ELEVATION RHYTHM, the most recent extension of Elevation Church’s worship ministry, released their brand new single, “REALITY.”

ELEVATION RHYTHM is committed to producing exciting energy and down-to-earth vibes that youth can connect with, and their single “REALITY” fully embodies that vision. With it’s uptempo beat and encouraging lyrics, it seamlessly blends worship into everyday listening habits.

“True faith is trusting in God both when we see Him and when we don’t,” says Tiffany, one of the lead vocalists of Elevation Rhythm. “I love the line in this song that says, ‘I can believe before I see,’ because it reminds me that faith is deeper than just what we can see with our eyes.”

The lyrics focus on how there’s no need to see God to feel Him because His presence is a constant reality in our lives. Tiffany gives some of the heart behind the lyrics saying that, “The reality of Jesus is more than we could ask or imagine and life with God is better than the best thing we could dream for ourselves.”

ELEVATION RHYTHM has now released four singles and will be releasing even more music throughout the rest of the year. You can find their music on all digital music platforms, and listen to “REALITY” today wherever you stream your music.


ELEVATION RHYTHM is the new expression of worship coming from the youth ministry at Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC. Sharing the same church home as Elevation Worship, ELEVATION RHYTHM believes in writing and recording songs to engage hearts and bring a new cadence of hope to this generation. For more information visit

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