Easter Music for the Gospel Lover in You
This Easter, fill your heart with hope and joy by listening to some of the best Easter music out there! From traditional hymns to contemporary gospel, we’ve got a little something for everyone.
Easter is a religious holiday celebrated by Christians around the world. This holiday commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In addition to being a religious holiday, Easter is also a time for family, friends, and fun. One of the best ways to get into the Easter spirit is by listening to Easter music.
Classic Easter Hymns
Easter is a time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and there is no better way to do that than by singing some of the classic Easter hymns. Here are some of our favorites:
“Christ the Lord Is Risen Today” is a traditional Easter hymn that has been sung for centuries. It is a joyous and triumphant song that reminds us of the power of the resurrection.
“He Lives” is another classic Easter hymn that proclaims the Good News of Easter – that Jesus is alive! This hymn is sure to fill you with hope and joy this Easter season.
“The First Noel” is a beautiful Christmas carol that also has relevance for Easter. The lyrics tell the story of Christ’s birth, but also speak of his resurrection and ascension into heaven. This carol is a reminder that Jesus came to earth as our Savior and offers us new life through his death and resurrection.
We hope you enjoy singing these classic Easter hymns with your family and friends this Easter season!
Contemporary Easter Songs
There are many different types of Easter music, from the traditional hymns to the more modern, upbeat songs. No matter what your taste in music, there is definitely an Easter song out there for you! Here are just a few of the contemporary Easter songs that you may want to consider adding to your playlist this year:
“He Is Risen” by Jeremy Camp
“Because He Lives” by Matt Maher
“Christ the Lord Is Risen Today” by Keith & Kristyn Getty
“Hallelujah, What a Savior!” by Phillip Keveren
“In Christ Alone” by Passion
“Jesus Paid It All” by Kristian Stanfill
“Mighty to Save” by Hillsong Worship
“The Power of the Cross” by Keith & Kristyn Getty
“Were You There?” by Matt Redman
Gospel Easter Music
Easter is a time of year when many people reflect on their faith and the sacrifices that were made for them. The music of Easter is a great way to express your faith and share it with others. There are many different styles of gospel Easter music, so there is sure to be something that you will enjoy.
Classic Gospel Easter Songs
There are many great gospel songs that were written specifically for Easter, and many more that are commonly heard during Easter services. Here are just a few classics that are sure to get your toes tapping and put you in the Easter spirit!
“He Lives” is a beautiful Easter anthem written by Albert Brumley. This song has been recorded by many artists over the years, but one of the most memorable versions is by The Gaither Vocal Band.
“Because He Lives” is another classic Easter song written by Bill and Gloria Gaither. This inspiring song reminds us that because Jesus lives, we can face tomorrow with hope.
“Up from the Grave He Arose” is a traditional Easter hymn that has been adapted and recorded by many artists over the years. This triumphant song celebrates Christ’s victory over death and His promise of eternal life for those who believe in Him.
“Easter Song” is a beautiful ballad written by Keith Green. This song reflects on the true meaning of Easter and the hope that we have because of Christ’s sacrifice.
Contemporary Gospel Easter Songs
Whether you like old school gospel or contemporary Christian music, there are plenty of great Easter songs to choose from. Below are some of our favorites.
“He Lives” by Jeremy Camp
“This I Believe (The Creed)” by Hillsong Worship
“Easter Song” by Matthew West
” Resurrecting ” by Elevation Worship
“Lift Up Your Head (Mourners)” by Tasha Cobbs Leonard feat. Nikki Ross
“Death Was Arrested” by North Point Kids
“Glorious Day” by Passion feat. Kristian Stanfill
” Jesus Saves ” by Jeremy Camp