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Hope Breakfast’s Easter Playlist

As well as some of the old favourites, there are a few surprises mixed with some modern retakes of traditional hymns.

By Brendan JaenschThursday 28 Mar 2024Hope BreakfastEasterReading Time: 3 minutes

It’s Maundy Thursday and Hope Brekky is excited about the long weekend! Together with you Hopeland, we’ve created an Easter playlist for you to enjoy.

As well as the old favourites, there are a few surprises mixed in with some modern retakes of traditional hymns.

My personal favourite is This is Amazing Grace by Phil Wickham (have a listen below).

Traditionally, Easter songs are reflective and deep – and rightly so. But it’s only half the story, Sunday is coming!

I once heard it said, ‘we are the Easter people, Hallelujah is our song’. For me, that’s the essence of this song.

Shammah’s all-time favourite Easter song

‘Scandal of Grace’ by Hillsong United.

“The lyrics paint a vivid picture of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross,” she said.

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“The use of the word ‘scandal’ is bold and compelling, because in all honesty, it was pretty scandalous for an innocent man to die for the sins of others.

“By definition, grace doesn’t make any sense.

“It’s undeserved favour – it’s someone else being punished for something you have done.

“Grace is God showing His love for us, even though we could never do enough to earn it.

“That’s what makes the story of Easter so powerful – that’s what makes the lyrics of this song so powerful.

“Jesus inexplicably gave his life for us.

“We didn’t earn it, yet it was freely given.

“It makes no sense, but that is grace.”

Danniebelle’s favourite Easter song

‘Yes He Lives’ by Hannah Hobbs.

“I love it because it’s a declaration of the truth! ‘Yes He Lives!'” she said.

“The beauty of this weekend is that we know the end of the story – the enemy does not win, Jesus lives and conquers the grave!

“There is hope in every situation that we find ourselves in.

“Jesus defeated the devil, He lives so that we may be free!”

Hope Brekky’s Easter Playlist

Here are your favorite Easter songs, Hopeland. Enjoy!

Classics, remade

How Great Thou Art, Matt Redman version (the Elvis version got a mention as well!) – listen

Amazing Grace, Chris Tomlin version – listen

Old Rugged Cross, Selah version – listen

Easter Hallelujah, Cassandra Star version – listen


O Praise the Name, by Hillsong Worship – listen

Love on Fire, by Jeremy Riddle – listen

Because He Lives, by Bill and Gloria Gaither – listen

This I Believe, by Hillsong Worship – listen

Manger Throne, by Phil Wickham – listen

See What a Morning, by Stuart Townsend – listen

Your Love, by Brandon Heath – listen

Thank You Jesus for the Blood, by Charity Gayle – listen

The Air I Breathe, by Darlene Zschech – listen

Jerusalem, by CityAlight – listen

Sunday Is Coming, by Phil Wickham – listen

In Christ Alone, by Keith and Kristyn Getty – listen

I Will Rise, by Chris Tomlin – listen

Good Day, by Forrest Frank – listen

Just Haven’t Seen It, by Danny Gokey – listen

Above All, by Michael W Smith – listen

Boss of the Cross, by Colin Buchanan – listen

Forever, by Kari Jobe – listen

My Redeemer Lives, by Nicole C Mullins – listen

What A Beautiful Name, by Hillsong Worship – listen

Watch The Lamb, by Ray Boltz – listen

Through the Precious Blood, by Sovereign Grace Music – listen

Easter Medley, by Anthem Lights – listen

Calvary’s Enough, by Brooke Ligertwood – listen

Great Is the Lord, by Hillsong Worship – listen

Crown Him (Majesty), by Chris Tomlin – listen

See A Victory, by Elevation Worship – listen

Man of Sorrows, Hillsong Worship – listen

Show Me the Way, by Brian Cadd and Don Mudie – listen

Fear is Not my Future, by Maverick Music and Brandon Lake – listen

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