There are a ton of love songs out there. Luckily, we’ve taken the time to separate the good from the really good and write up our list of the best ever, by your favorite Christian and Gospel artists. This is Part 2
“If You Could See What I See” – Geoff Moore and The Distance
“Why do you love me?” It’s a question many us have probably been asked at least once. And if you’ve ever searched for the right words, Geoff Moore and The Distance have the perfect answer.
“Bless the Broken Road” – Marcus Hummon, Bobby Boyd and Jeff Hanna (songwriters)
The Bible says that all things work together for good to them that love the Lord, and that is certainly true when it comes to love. Hummon, Boyd and Hanna’s 1994 hit “Bless the Broken Road” is a thank-you note to God for the winding, and often treacherous, path that ultimately leads to true love. The song has been recorded by numerous artists, including the CCM band Selah.
“Celebrate You” – Steven Curtis Chapman
Steven Curtis Chapman makes his second appearance on our list with a song that will resonate with anyone who’s been in a long-term relationship. In the daily grind to establish careers and families, it is too often that one party is left seemingly forgotten. Chapman replies with a simple promise to “celebrate you.”
“Love of My Life” – Jim Brickman and Michael W. Smith
Jim Brickman has been recognized as the most-charted adult contemporary artist in the country and, in 1994, he partnered with CCM artist Michael W. Smith to record the romantic ballad, “Love of My Life.”
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