10 Worship Songs About Unity [With Tutorials]

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Worship Songs About Unity

Worship music has the power to bring people together and create a sense of unity. It is a way for believers to come together and lift their voices in praise to God. In this blog post, we will be sharing 10 worship songs about unity that specifically focus on the theme of unity among God’s people.

These songs remind us of the importance of coming together as one body in Christ, and the power of unity in the church. Whether you’re leading worship at your church or listening to music at home, these songs will inspire you to lift your voice in unity with other believers. These 10 tracks will remind you of the power of coming together in worship and the beauty of unity in the body of Christ.

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10 Worship Songs About Unity

1. 1000 Tongues – Vertical Worship

We have found our anthem
At the cross where sin was slain
Gathered under one name
Where every chain is broken
Every sorrow swept away
Gathered under one name

Starting off our list of worship songs about unity, we have “1000 Tongues by Vertical Worship. These lyrics convey unity in a powerful way, by emphasizing that all people, regardless of their past, have been forgiven through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. This forgiveness brings people together, under one name, and allows them to find unity in their shared faith and belief in Jesus as their savior.

The lyrics also convey that through the forgiveness that is available at the cross, people can find freedom from the things that have previously separated them, such as sin and sorrow, and in that freedom, the chains of division are broken, and sorrows are swept away.

Furthermore, the lyrics remind us that the cross is not only a place of forgiveness but also a place of victory, where sin was defeated and death overcome. This message of victory over sin and death is a powerful reminder of the unity that is possible through Jesus Christ, and can be an inspiration for worship leaders to guide their congregations in experiencing the unity that is available in Jesus.

In the Bible, the concept of unity is emphasized throughout the New Testament. The book of Ephesians, for example, talks about how in Christ, there is no longer Jew or Greek, slave or free, male or female, but all are one in him (Galatians 3:28). This verse and others like it, emphasize the idea that in Jesus, all people are united under one common identity as children of God, regardless of their background or past.

2. We Believe – Newsboys

Let the lost be found and the dead be raised
In the here and now, let love invade
Let the church live loud, our God, we’ll say
“We believe, we believe”
And the gates of hell will not prevail
For the power of God has torn the veil
Now we know Your love will never fail
We believe, we believe

This a perfect worship song about unity because it emphasizes the power of God’s love and the transformative nature of faith in Jesus. The lyrics express the idea that when people come to believe in Jesus, they are no longer lost or dead, but are instead found and alive in him. The call for love to invade is a call for unity, for people to come together under the common bond of faith in Jesus and to share his love with others.

The lyrics also mention the power of God, that the gates of hell will not prevail, and the veil is torn, reinforcing the idea that through faith in Jesus, people can experience true unity and salvation. This message is also reinforced by the repetition of the phrase “we believe” which reinforces the idea that faith and belief in Jesus is the foundation of unity.

“So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:11-13)

This verse emphasizes the importance of the Church as the body of Christ and the role of the Church leaders in building unity and maturity in the faith among believers.

In summary, these lyrics emphasize the power of God’s love and the transformative nature of faith in Jesus, and call on the Church to live boldly in their faith and to share the love of Jesus with others, bringing people together in unity under the common bond of faith in Jesus.

3. House Of The Lord – Phil Wickham

We worship the God who was
We worship the God who is
We worship the God who evermore will be
He opened the prison doors
He parted the raging sea
My God, He holds the victory

These lyrics underscore the unity found within the Christian faith and in the Bible. Through our worship of the one true God, we recognize Him as one who was, is, and evermore will be – a foundation of strength and salvation that will never fail us. This idea of the eternal nature of God is reinforced throughout the Bible, in verses such as, “Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God” (Psalm 90:2) and

“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End” (Revelation 22:13)

The lyrics also mention the power of God, that he opened the prison doors, and parted the sea. These references to specific miracles that God performed in the past, serves to remind the listeners of the power and might of God, and that he is able to do anything. This message of God’s power is reinforced throughout the Bible, in verses such as

“And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth” (Matthew 28:18) and “For nothing is impossible with God” (Luke 1:37)

These themes are reinforced throughout the Bible and serves to remind the listeners of the unity that can be found in worshiping the one true God.

4. Good Grace – Hillsong UNITED

Come together
Strange as neighbors
Our blood is one
Of generations
Of every nation
Of kingdom come

These lyrics emphasize the unity that can be found in the Bible, as believers from many different backgrounds, cultures, and generations come together to form one family. We are all children of God regardless of our differences, and united by His blood. Galatians 3:28

“There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” 

As believers, we are all part of the same family, united in our faith and united through our worship of the one true God. The Bible teaches that all of us, from every nation and generation, have been brought together under his grace and love. We can draw strength from each other as we are reminded of our shared purpose in Him. Romans 15:5-7,

“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God.”

We can be an encouragement to each other as we share our experiences and support one another in our faith. The Bible encourages us to seek out fellowship with others, so that together we can grow stronger in Him.

5. Homecoming – Bethel Music, Cory Asbury, Gable Price

Heaven joins in with a glorious sound
And the great cloud of witnesses all gather ’round
Cause the ones that were lost are finally found
The Father is welcoming
This is our homecoming

These lyrics emphasize that heaven joins in with a “glorious sound” when believers come together to worship. The line “the ones that were lost are finally found” can be interpreted as a reference to salvation through faith in Jesus, and the idea that all believers, regardless of their past, are brought into a state of unity through their salvation. The last line “The Father is welcoming, this is our homecoming” suggests that God the Father is welcoming believers into His eternal home, where they will be united with him and other believers for eternity, thus emphasizing the idea of unity in the Bible and the Church. 

Through Christ, we are welcomed back into the family of God, with heaven joining in a joyful chorus of celebration as our “great cloud of witnesses” gather around us. Hebrews 12:1 –

“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.”

This verse refers to the saints who have gone before us, who are watching us and cheering us on as we run the race of faith. The verse is encouraging believers to follow the example of the faithful men and women who have come before them, who were able to overcome sin and obstacles through their faith in God. 

6. Heal Our Land – Kari Jobe

New power, new wine
As divisions fall
One church, one bride
Jesus, Lord of all
With one voice, we cry

This is a beautiful worship song about unity among believers. These lyrics align with the biblical teaching of unity in the Church, specifically in the context of worship, where the Church is united in its worship and in its relationship to Jesus, the bridegroom, and through the power of the Spirit. New power and new wine symbolize a fresh start, one that is free from divisions.

The line “one church, one bride” further emphasizes this idea of unity, suggesting that the Church is united as one bride in relationship to Jesus, who is the bridegroom. The line “with one voice, we cry” suggests that the Church is united in its worship, with all believers coming together to give praise and honor to God. 

Unity in the Bible is about more than just joining together as one body of believers. It’s about living out the teachings of Jesus with grace and humility. Philippians 2:2-4 says,

“Then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and purpose. Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.”

With this attitude and approach, we can foster even deeper unity within our church communities and beyond.

7. Build Your Kingdom Here – Rend Collective 

Unleash Your kingdom’s power
Reaching the near and far
No force of hell can stop
Your beauty changing hearts
You made us for much more than this
Awake the kingdom seed in us
Fill us with the strength and love of Christ
We are Your church
Oh, and we are the hope
On earth

These lyrics emphasize the power of God and His kingdom, particularly in Psalm 19:4, which reads

“Their [God’s] voice is heard in all the earth, their words to the end of the world”.

This reflects the idea that God has dominion over all, reaching even those we feel are furthest away from Him. These words also show how our faith can be used to battle evil and bring about change, similar to John 12:31, which states

“Now is the judgment of this world; now will the ruler of this world be cast out”

– Proclaiming that no force on earth can stop us when we come together in a spirit of unity under our Creator. Finally, these lines remind us that as Christians, we are made for a greater purpose than just ourselves, as described in 1 Peter 2:9, which says

“But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God so that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light”

We are given strength and love through Christ to be His church on earth and carry out His mission.

These lyrics also serve to highlight the importance of unity between believers. When we look to Ephesians 4:2-3, we see that

“with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace”.

This is an integral part of our faith – it is not just about individual spirituality, but also about coming together with fellow Christians in service and fellowship. Without this sense of unity, we will lack a strong support system and be more vulnerable physically and spiritually. We must come together as one body and build each other up in order to bring glory to God’s kingdom on earth.

8. The King Is Among Us – Elevation Worship

You said consecrate yourselves to me
You will see amazing things
We need your revival
Holy Spirit fire
Burning ever brighter
In our souls

Unity in the bible is a prominent theme expressed throughout scripture. John 17:21-22 speaks to Jesus’ earnest desire for his believers to be unified –

“that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us”.

Furthermore, Ephesians 4:3 reinforces this message of togetherness and emphasizes how unity within the body of Christ reflects God’s glory – “eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace”.

These lyrics reinforce this concept of Christian unity by reminding us that we should consecrate ourselves to God, which will bring us closer together with Him and His people. A deeper relationship with God brings about greater understanding and compassion between Christians. When we recognize our own shortcomings and accept God’s grace upon us, we are able to truly see each other through a spiritual lens rather than a worldly one. By coming together and committing ourselves to glorifying God through our behavior towards each other, we can create an atmosphere of love, trust, and harmony.

9. A Thousand Hallelujahs  – Brooke Ligertwood 

With a thousand hallelujahs
We magnify Your name
You alone deserve the glory
The honor and the praise
Lord Jesus
This song is forever Yours
A thousand hallelujahs
And a thousand more

In the Bible, God is consistently portrayed as the one true and worthy God, and the one to whom all glory, honor, and praise is due. For example, in Isaiah 42:8 it says,

“I am the Lord; that is my name; my glory I give to no other, nor my praise to carved idols.”

The lyrics suggest that the worshipers are singing “a thousand hallelujahs” to magnify the name of God and to give Him the glory, honor, and praise that He alone deserves. The line “You alone deserve the glory, the honor and the praise” reinforces this idea, emphasizing that God alone is worthy of our worship and that no one else should be given the same level of honor and praise.

These lyrics align with this biblical teaching by emphasizing the idea of giving glory and honor to God alone, through Jesus the Lord, and that the worship is eternal. From the perspective of a worship leader, these lyrics can be seen as a reminder of the importance of keeping the focus of worship on God alone, and to make sure that the worship is centered on giving glory and honor to God, and not on human achievements or talents. It also encourages the congregation to join in singing “a thousand hallelujahs” to magnify the name of God and to give him the glory, honor, and praise that he alone deserves, in unity.

10. Great Are You Lord – All Sons And Daughters, David Leonard

It’s Your breath in our lungs
So we pour out our praise
We pour out our praise
It’s Your breath in our lungs
So we pour out our praise to You only
And all the earth will shout Your praise
Our hearts will cry, these bones will sing
Great are You, Lord

The final worship song about unity on our list is “Great are Your Lord.” These lyrics relate to unity in the Bible from the perspective of a worship leader by emphasizing the idea of the importance of God’s presence in our lives and that it is through God’s breath that we are able to give him praise. The lyrics suggest that it is God’s breath that gives life to our lungs and that we are able to give him praise as a result. The line “so we pour out our praise to You only” reinforces this idea by emphasizing that our praise is directed to God alone and that we give him the praise, honor and glory that he alone deserves.

The last two lines “And all the earth will shout Your praise, Our hearts will cry, these bones will sing, Great are you Lord” suggest that all of creation will join in giving praise to God, and that all people, regardless of their circumstances, will be able to give God praise, honor and glory. This aligns with the biblical teaching of worshiping God alone, giving him the glory, honor and praise that he alone deserves, as stated in the Bible, for example in Psalm 148:1-13 where all of creation, from the highest heaven to the lowest depths, is called to praise the Lord.

These lyrics can be seen as an encouragement to the congregation to focus on the presence of God in their lives, to recognize that it is through his breath that we are able to give him praise, and to join in the universal call to give God the glory, honor, and praise that he alone deserves. They also encourage the congregation to join in the universal call to give God the glory, honor, and praise that he alone deserves, in unity with all of creation.

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