It would be nice if becoming a Christian somehow guaranteed sunny days, blue skies, and a picture-perfect
life. But we all know there will be rainy days.
That’s why EEW Magazine is sharing our 5 essential gospel songs every Christian should have in their pick-
me-up playlist when enduring a storm.
#1 Hezekiah Walker: “Better”
When everything seems to be going downhill, this song will instantly remind you that God is in control and
better days are coming. There’s no way to play Bishop Walker’s chart-topping hit and not feel…well, better.
Pun totally intended!
#2 Jason Nelson: “I Am”
If this well-written, awesomely delivered, dripping-with-anointing song is not on your playlist, that must
change. It helps you stop looking at the obstacle and concentrate on God’s sovereignty and His ability to do
anything. So if you’re enduring a setback and need reassurance that God is greater than your adversity, by
all means, listen to this.
#3 J Moss “Alright OK“
This urban contemporary jam will make you dance a jig and shake yourself right out of that slump. Even if
you feel like you have a reason to sulk, when J. Moss says, “I won’t complain even if I could,” your focus
moves from complaining to praising, and declaring by faith that it’s already alright.
#4 Tye Tribbett “He Turned It“
This jubilant and exuberant praise anthem is the antidote for despair. It takes you all the way from the pit of
despair to the pinnacle of hope. Through Tye Tribbett’s testimony of suffering and overcoming shared in this
song, you will be inspired to believe for your own victorious breakthrough!
Travis Greene “Intentional“
During our darkest nights and dreariest days you need to know that all things are working for your good.
Well, look no further than Travis Greene’s “Intentional” for that reassurance. It challenges you to look above
and know that God is in control. It stresses that your trial is part of the Lord’s strategic plan and in the end,