10 Worship Songs For Healing [With Tutorials]

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  • Shalon Palmer

Worship Songs For Healing

Life is full of difficult moments and times when healing and hope are desperately needed. Music has the power to bring comfort, healing, and peace—especially when it comes to worship songs about God’s healing power. Here at Worship Online, we have compiled a list of 10 contemporary praise and worship songs for healing that will bring you closer to God’s loving embrace. Allow yourself to be enveloped by the beauty of these uplifting melodies as they carry your hopes and prayers with them!

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10 Worship Songs For Healing

1. Miracles – Jesus Culture

The One who made the blind to see 
Is moving here in front of me, moving here in front of me 
The One who made the deaf to hear 
Is silencing my every fear, silencing my every fear

No list of worship songs for healing would be complete without this one. These lyrics relate to the idea of healing as they refer to God’s power to perform miracles and restore physical abilities. The line “The One who made the blind to see” references the story in the Bible where Jesus healed a man born blind in John 9:32. Similarly, the line “The One who made the deaf to hear” references the story in Mark 7:31-37 where Jesus healed a man who was deaf and had a speech impediment. 

The lyrics also suggest that the person singing is currently experiencing some sort of difficulty and is looking to God for healing. They are expressing the belief that God can heal them, just as He has healed others in the past. The lyrics also speak to the idea of emotional healing, by saying “silencing my every fear” It means that the person is asking God to heal their emotional pain and provide them with peace and comfort.

These lyrics align with the Bible’s message of God’s healing power, referencing the miracles performed by Jesus Christ, such as the healing of the blind and deaf. They serve as a reminder of the Bible’s message of God’s healing power and can be used as a tool to connect to the healing message of the Bible.

2. God You’re So Good – Passion

I am blessed
I am called I am healed
I am whole 
I am saved in Jesus’ name

These lyrics convey a message of healing and salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. The use of words such as “blessed”, “called”, “healed” and “whole” express a sense of completeness and well-being, which is associated with physical and spiritual healing. The line “I am saved in Jesus’ name” is a powerful statement of faith in Jesus’ power to save and heal, as well as an expression of gratitude for the gift of salvation.

These lyrics relate to healing in the Bible by expressing the belief in the power of Jesus’ name to bring about healing. The lyrics state that the singer is blessed, called, healed, and whole, and attributes this to being saved in Jesus’ name. This is consistent with our belief that through faith in Jesus, we can be healed both physically and spiritually. This is also similar to the belief in the power of the name of Jesus to heal and bring salvation, as seen in various verses in the New Testament such as Acts 3:16 and James 5:14-15.

“By faith in the name of Jesus, this man whom you see and know was made strong. It is Jesus’ name and the faith that comes through him that has completely healed him, as you can all see.” -Acts 3:16

3. He Is Faithful – Bryan & Katie Torwalt

I have seen a light, like the break of dawn 
Giving blind men sight, and letting lame men walk 
I see a generation, with resurrection life 
We are a generation 

This is my personal favorite worship song for healing on the list. The lyrics “I have seen a light” speak to the powerful healing that can come from faith in God. The image of the break of dawn represents a new beginning, a time of renewal and hope. This can be seen in the way that the light is described as giving “blind men sight” and “letting lame men walk.” These references to physical healing are symbolic of the spiritual healing that can come through faith in God. In the Bible, there are many stories of individuals who were healed through their faith, this lyrics remind us of the healing power of God’s love.

The lyrics “I have seen a light” also relates to the Bible’s teachings on resurrection life. The mention of “a generation with resurrection life” highlights the idea that through faith in God, individuals can be reborn and given new life. In the Bible, Jesus is often referred to as the “resurrection and the life” and it is through belief in him that individuals can have eternal life. The power of Christ is also mentioned in the lyrics, which can be seen as a reference to the power of God’s love and grace to heal and renew.

Lastly, the bridge of the lyrics “He has paid the highest price, He has proven his great love for us” alludes to the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross. This sacrifice is the ultimate expression of God’s love for humanity and the ultimate act of healing. The Bible teaches that through Jesus’ sacrifice, believers are able to receive forgiveness of sins and be reconciled with God. The lyrics’ call to “praise him with our lives and proclaim our love for him” is a reminder that through accepting God’s healing and love, individuals are called to live a life of gratitude and devotion to God.

4. Canvas and Clay – Pat Barrett, Ben Smith

There’s a healing light 
Just beyond the clouds 
Though I’ve walked through fire I see clearly now

These lyrics suggest you’ve experienced a difficult or painful situation (who hasn’t?), but have found hope and healing through the light of heaven. The phrase “walked through fire” implies a struggle or a trial that you have overcome, and the line “I see clearly now” suggests that have gained a new perspective or understanding as a result of this healing process. Overall, these lyrics convey the idea that healing can be found even in the darkest of times and through the struggles we face. We can always find the light that will guide us through the darkness.

This is reflected in the Bible, where God’s healing and restoration is a recurring theme, for example in Isaiah 43:2

“When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.”

The phrase “healing light” is a metaphor for God’s healing power, which is often mentioned in the Bible. For example, in Isaiah 60:1, it says “Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.” This verse speaks about the light of God coming and bringing healing and salvation.

5. Too Good To Not Believe – Bethel, Brandon Lake

I’ve seen cancer disappear 
I’ve seen metal plates dissolve 
Don’t you tell me He can’t do it 
Don’t you tell me He can’t do it

These lyrics express the belief in Jesus’ power to perform miracles, including healing. They reference specific examples, such as cancer disappearing and metal plates dissolving, to show Jesus’ power to overcome even dire circumstances. The lyrics also convey the beauty and wonder of these miracles and their significance as a sign of Jesus’ divine nature and mission. They also encourage others to believe in Jesus’ power and miracles.

The Bible records many miracles performed by Jesus, including healing the blind and raising the dead, not only for physical healing but also for salvation. The lyrics express that Jesus is the wonder working God who loves us and is too good to not believe.

The Bible states that everything is possible for those who believe, as stated in Mark 9:23. The lyrics remind us that belief in Jesus’ power and love brings hope, healing and salvation.

6. Nothing is Impossible – PlanetShakers

Through you blind eyes are opened, 
Strongholds are broken 
I am living by faith 
Nothing is impossible

This is the most upbeat praise and worship song for healing on the list. The lyrics “Through You I can do anything, I can do all things / Cause its you who gives me strength” imparts the belief in the power and strength of Jesus to perform miracles, including healing. In the Bible, Jesus is often referred to as the source of strength for those who believe in Him, as in Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” This line in the lyrics conveys the message that with Jesus, nothing is unattainable.

The lyrics “Through you blind eyes are opened, / Strongholds are broken” communicates the belief that Jesus has the power to break strongholds and open blind eyes, both physical and spiritual. In the Bible, Jesus is often referred to as the one who breaks the chains of sin and oppression, as in Isaiah 61:1

“The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners.”

This line in the lyrics emphasizes the power of Jesus to heal and restore not just physically but also spiritually.

The lyrics “I’m not gonna live by what I see, I’m not gonna live by what I feel / Deep down I, Know that You’re here with me / I know that, You can do anything” indicate the importance of living by faith, not by what we see or feel. In the Bible, faith is often described as the key to receiving healing and salvation, as in Hebrews 11:6 “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.” This line in the lyrics conveys the message that even when things may not seem possible, faith in Jesus can make anything happen and reminds us that God is always with us.

7. Waymaker – Leeland

You are here touching every heart 
I worship You, I worship You
You are here healing every heart 
I worship You, I worship You

This song has become an instant classic worship song for healing over the last couple of years. The lyrics “Way maker, miracle worker, Promise keeper, Light in the darkness, My God that is who You are” suggest the idea that God is able to do the impossible, make a way where there seems to be none and keep his promises. This idea is supported by passages in the Bible such as Isaiah 43:16-19, which illustrates God’s capability to bring new things out of difficult situations.

The lyrics “You are here touching every heart, I worship You, I worship You, You are here healing every heart, I worship You, I worship You” indicate the idea that God is present and actively working in the world to bring healing to individual hearts and souls. This notion is reinforced by many passages in the Bible that allude to God’s ability to heal not just the body but also the soul, such as Psalms 147:3, which illustrates how God brings healing to the broken hearted, mending their wounds and restoring them to wholeness.

Overall, these lyrics imply or suggest the idea that God is present, active, and able to bring healing, both physical and spiritual, to the world. They are reinforced by many passages in the Bible that allude to God’s healing power and how He can bring wholeness to every aspect of our lives.

8. Your Great Name – Natalie Grant

The fatherless find their rest 
At the sound of Your great name 
The sick are healed 
The dead are raised 
At the sound of Your great name

The lyrics suggest that all those who are weak, hungry, fatherless and sick can find strength, grace, rest and healing at the sound of Jesus’ great name. This idea is supported by several passages in the Bible, such as Isaiah 40:29 which states “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.” The mention of Jesus’ name is also associated with healing in the Bible, as seen in the story of Peter healing a crippled beggar in Acts 3:6, where he healed the man “in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.” The lyrics also mention that the dead are raised at the sound of Jesus’ great name. This is supported by passages in the Bible such as John 11:43-44 where Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead.

The lyrics also imply that the power of Jesus’ name is able to bring healing and restoration to those who are in need. This idea is supported by many passages in the Bible such as James 5:14 which states “Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord.” The lyrics remind us that the name of Jesus is powerful and holds the ability to heal and restore those who call upon it.

The lyrics also infer that the power of Jesus’ name is able to bring salvation and redemption to those who are in need. This idea is supported by passages in the Bible such as Romans 10:13 which states “for, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” The lyrics remind us that the name of Jesus is powerful and holds the ability to save and redeem those who call upon it. The lyrics remind us that the sound of Jesus’ great name has the power to bring healing, restoration, and salvation to all who call upon it.

9. Heaven and Earth – Hillsong Worship

By His stripes we are healed 
By His death we can live 
In Jesus Name, In Jesus Name 
All oppression will cease 
Every captive released

These lyrics “By His stripes we are healed, By His death we can live, In Jesus Name, In Jesus Name, All oppression will cease, Every captive released” references the Bible. The first line refers to Isaiah 53:5 which speaks of the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross and the healing that comes through it. The Bible also tells us of many healing miracles performed by Jesus during his time on earth. This line reminds us that through the sacrifice of Jesus, we can be healed not only physically but also spiritually.

The second line “By His death we can live” references John 11:25 which speaks of the power of Jesus over death and the eternal life that comes through belief in Him. This line reminds us that through the death and resurrection of Jesus, we can have eternal life.

The last line “In Jesus Name, In Jesus Name, All oppression will cease, Every captive released” references the power of Jesus’ name, as stated in Acts 3:6. In the Bible, the name of Jesus is often associated with salvation, healing and deliverance. This line reminds us that the name of Jesus has power over all oppression and can release all those who are in captivity.

10. This Is A Move – Brandon Lake

Miracles happen when you move 
Healing is coming in this room 
Miracles happen when you move 
Heaven is coming

The lyrics “Bodies are still being raised / Giants are still being slayed” suggest the continuation of God’s miraculous power as mentioned in Bible passages such as John 11:43-44, where Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead and 1 Corinthians 15:26, where it states that death is the last enemy to be destroyed.

The expression of strong faith in God’s ability to perform miracles and wonders is evident in the lyrics “God we believe it / Yes we can see that / Wonders are still what you do”, which aligns with Bible passages such as Jeremiah 32:27 and Hebrews 11:6.

The lyrics “Miracles happen when you move / Healing is coming in this room / Miracles happen when you move / Heaven is coming” highlights the connection between God’s presence, actions, and miracles and healing which is supported by Bible passages such as James 5:15 and Mark 16:17-18. The mention of heaven implies that the ultimate healing and miracle is the redemption of the believer to eternal life in heaven, as stated in John 3:16.

In conclusion, these worship songs for healing will not only enhance your worship experience but also remind you of the healing power that God promises to those who trust in Him. Whether you are facing physical, emotional, or spiritual struggles, the lyrics and messages of these songs will speak to your heart and offer you a sense of peace and healing.

We hope that you will find this list of contemporary praise and worship songs for healing helpful and encouraging as you seek God’s healing in your life. Remember that we serve a God who is the Great Physician and that He is always ready to heal and restore. So let us come to Him in faith, asking for His healing touch, and trust that He will work in our lives. Remember to use these songs in your personal worship or in your worship services, and let God work through them to bring healing to your body, mind, and soul.

Prayer Of Healing

Heavenly Father, we come to You today seeking Your healing touch. We trust in Your goodness and Your power to heal. We bring before You all who are in need of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. We pray for those who are suffering from illness, injury, or pain, and we ask that You would bring them complete and lasting healing. We pray for those who are struggling with addiction, depression, or other mental health issues, and we ask that You would bring them peace and restore them to wholeness. We pray for those who are struggling with relationships, and we ask that You would bring them healing and reconciliation. We trust in Your love and Your power to heal, and we ask that You would be at work in the hearts and minds of all those in need.

In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.

 

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