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My Top 10 Hits – Week 200

Every Monday I post my all-new Top 10 Christian hit music chart based on personal preference and influenced by radio airplay. It’s the continuation of a weekly hobby that goes back 40+ years. Here it is – for the week ending Sunday December 13TH 2020:

1 1 3 Every Step Of The Way Cade Thompson
2 3 5 Image Of God We Are Messengers
3 2 11 Jericho Andrew Ripp
4 4 16 Rise Up (Lazarus) Cain
5 7 5 Out Of My Hands Jeremy Camp
6 8 10 Truth Be Told Matthew West
7 4 Famous For (I Believe) Tauren Wells
8 1 Man Of Your Word Maverick City Music
9 9 3 Wake Up Sleeper Austin French
10 10 3 Sparrows Cory Asbury

# 1 This Week In:
2019 – “Dead Man Walking” – Jeremy Camp 
2018 – “Well Done” – The Afters
2017 – “Control (Somehow You Want Me)” – Tenth Avenue North

Cade Thompson holds at # 1 for a 2ND week in a row with his debut smash “Every Step Of The Way”. It’s my 14TH # 1 smash of 2020, but will it be my final # 1 smash of the year ?

Cade is originally from Sioux Falls South Dakota, but now he calls Franklin Tennessee home. It’s a fast-growing southern suburb of Nashville. Cade is a big fan of TobyMac, and he would love to tour with him in the future. Their musical styles appear to be similar.

We Are Messengers are in familiar territory. Their 6TH hit in less than 4 years is now their 4TH Top 3 hit. “Image Of God” is based on the 27TH verse of the Bible from Genesis 1:

So God created human beings in His own image. In the image of God He created them. Male and female He created them.

This is not the end of the weekend here at #CountUp. I’ll have a special Tuesday blog post tomorrow, as I present my Top 20 hits of the past 200 weeks. None of my Top 10 hits above are on my cumulative Top 20 chart, but one is coming close. Cain’s “Rise Up (Lazarus)” is a couple of weeks away from becoming one of my Top 20 hits of this current era. 

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By Chris M. Day

I'm almost 56 years old. I've been online for 30 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.