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My Top 10 Hits – Week 290

Every Monday I post my all-new Top 10 Christian hit music chart based on personal preference and influenced by radio airplay from the previous week. It’s the continuation of a weekly hobby that goes back nearly 45 years. Here’s this week’s chart – for the week ending Sunday September 04TH 2022 – the 290TH week of this current era that began on Presidents’ Day Weekend of 2017:

1 1 12 Hold You Tight
[3RD week @ # 1]
Dan Bremnes
2 2 11 Thank God For Sunday Morning Cochren & Co.
3 3 4 Good Morning Mercy Jason Crabb
4 5 3 New Creation Mac Powell
5 4 5 Don’t Lose Heart Steven Curtis Chapman
6 6 8 Good Lord David Leonard
7 9 2 Build A Boat Colton Dixon
8 7 7 We All Need Jesus Danny Gokey Ft. Koryn Hawthorne
9 8 4 All My Praise Ryan Ellis
10 10 2 Always Chris Tomlin

# 1 This Week In:
2021 – “Into The Wild” – Josh Baldwin
2020 – “Miracles” – Colton Dixon
2019 – “Nobody (But Jesus)” – Casting Crowns Ft. Matthew West
2018 – “Who You Say I Am” – Hillsong Worship
2017 – “Broken Things” – Matthew West

END-OF-SUMMER – This is the 15TH and final week of summer here in the U.S.A. – that time-period that starts with U.S. Memorial Day Weekend and ends with U.S. Labor Day Weekend. As is tradition for me I’ll present a special #CountUp of my Top 10 hits of the summer. I’ll post that in 3 weeks on Monday September 26TH 2022.

This concludes another weekend of blog posts. I’ll do it again with the new weekend – and 4 new entries – known as #TravelThursday, #RetroFriday#SundayScripture, and #Top10Monday.

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Be blessed my friends !  May our God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

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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.