Christian God Music Radio

The Major’s Top 10 Hits – Week 59

  1. “No One Like Our God” – Lincoln Brewster [# 1 last week / 12TH week on chart]
  2. “Freedom Hymn” – Austin French [3 / 2ND]
  3. “Gracefully Broken” – Matt Redman Ft. Tasha Cobbs Leonard [2 / 16TH]
  4. “I Just Need U.” – TobyMac [7 / 2ND]
  5. “Fear Is A Liar” – Zach Williams [4 / 8TH]
  6. “Come To The Table” – Sidewalk Prophets [6 / 9TH]
  7. “Resurrection Power” – Chris Tomlin [5 / 8TH]
  8. “Reckless Love” – Cory Asbury [8 / 2ND]
  9. “What A Friend” – Matt Maher [9 / 2ND]
  10. “So Will I (100 Billion X)” – Hillsong UNITED [10 / 4TH]

It’s a fairly benign chart this week with only one track making any type of substantial move. TobyMac’s latest – “I Just Need U.” – a song I really didn’t care for at first – has now really grown on me over the past couple of weeks. Last year his “Love Broke Thru” was an instant out-of-the-box smash that literally resurrected this music chart after a 7-year hiatus. When this chart was reborn (Presidents’ Day Weekend 2017) “Love Broke Thru” was the only song on it. The following week this chart expanded to a Top 3 – the next week – a Top 5 – and the next week – a Top 10 – which is what it’s been since then.

Next week it’ll probably be Austin French vs. TobyMac for the top spot.

In other Good News I’m about to receive my ordination credentials. I’ve been a born again Christian for 11½ years, and I’ve been preaching for 8½ years. I’m getting ready to preach to my current church family my 13TH full sermon over the past 18 months. My current plans are to retire from the Federal Government in 5 years (after 38 years of service) and evolve into full-time ministry. Receiving my ordination credentials now are an appropriate “next step” for me towards my goals.

If God has given you leadership ability – then take the responsibility seriously. (Romans 12:8c NLT)

Thank You – my brothers and sisters – for reading, liking, and following my blog – an online extension of my God-given ministry to win souls for Christ. May God bless you – always and forever – as we walk together on this fantastic journey !

By Chris M. Day

I'm 55 years old. I've been online for the past 29 years - starting with my own dial-up bulletin board system in 1993 - and continuing with AOL, my own web site, Myspace, Wordpress, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook.