Songs for the Broken

August 30, 2007 at 8:16 pm (Faith)

I thought I would share my list of songs that have helped me through these times of discouragement and darkness. Some are new and so technically I didn’t listen to them in the midst of my depression, but they still speak to me.

While you may not be suffering from depression, everyone goes through a down period at some point in your life. Maybe these songs will be able to minister to you as well.

No One Else Knows by Building 429 (Lyrics) (Video)
The Real Me by Natalie Grant (Lyrics) (Video)
Praise You In This Storm by Casting Crowns (Lyrics) (Video)
Everlasting God by Lincoln Brewster (Lyrics)  (Video)
You Carried Me by Building 429 (Lyrics) (Video)
When the Tears Fall by Newsboys (Lyrics) (Video)
Psalm 73 (My God’s Enough) by Barlow Girls (Lyrics) (Video)
Amazed by Building 429 (Lyrics)

If you have other songs that you think should be on hear, leave a comment. I’d love to hear them.

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5 Comments

  1. Tina said,

    You’ve got some great songs!
    I also like “Stand in the Rain” by Superchicks But the one I used to listen to over and over was “He can make a way” by Kathy Troccoli. It wasn’t just the words but her voice and the music always lifted me as well.

  2. Kelley - O2BNAZ said,

    It’s an old song, but I love “Sometimes He Calms the Storm” by Scott Krippayne. I know there are others too, but they’re not coming to me at the moment.

  3. Kelley - O2BNAZ said,

    Oh, and I just downloaded Carrie Underwood’s new song from iTunes. It’s called “So Small” – beautiful song about putting things in perspective.

  4. Kelley - O2BNAZ said,

    Oh, and I just downloaded Carrie Underwood’s new song from iTunes. It’s called “So Small” – beautiful song about putting things in perspective.

  5. La La said,

    Great songs. Yes. Music helps with my depression, too. That and dark chocolate, peanut butter and sleep! I’ve struggled with it for a very long time. Medication has helped some too! My favorite song is “You are My Hiding Place.”

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