As Easter approaches, Christians around the world prepare to celebrate the central event of our faith: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This season is a time of reflection, gratitude, and deep spiritual contemplation. One powerful way to prepare our hearts for Easter is through worship, specifically through songs that focus on the sacrifice of Jesus and the significance of His resurrection.

Here are some worship songs that can help you prepare for Easter and deepen your appreciation for God’s sacrifice:

  • “Above All” by Michael W. Smith – Reflect on the ultimate sacrifice made by Jesus on the cross and the victory won through His resurrection.
  • “At the Cross (Love Ran Red)” by Chris Tomlin – Meditate on the profound love of God demonstrated through the death of Jesus on the cross.
  • “How Deep the Father’s Love for Us” by Stuart Townend – Contemplate the depth of God’s love as you consider the sacrifice of His Son.
  • “In Christ Alone” by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend – Declare your faith in the risen Christ and His victory over sin and death.
  • “The Old Rugged Cross” by various artists – Reverence the symbol of the cross and its significance in the Christian faith.
  • “Worthy is the Lamb” by Hillsong Worship – Acknowledge the worthiness of Jesus to receive honor, glory, and praise.
  • “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” by Isaac Watts (various arrangements) – Reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus and respond in worship and gratitude.

As you prepare your heart for Easter, consider incorporating these songs into your worship and devotional time. Let the lyrics remind you of God’s great love for you and the incredible sacrifice made on your behalf. May these songs deepen your appreciation for the Easter season and lead you to a more profound understanding of God’s greatest gift to us.

From AllWorship Program Director Therese Romano.