Best gospel music according to redditors

We found 23 Reddit comments discussing the best gospel music. We ranked the 21 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Gospel Music:

u/Gabriel_Aurelius · 10 pointsr/TrueChristian

I actually used to be a Christian Dj a long time ago, and I've kept up with the music (I actually haven't had time in the last year, so some of this may be older, but hyperlinks to Amazon are included - I'm sure most are on iTunes as well). I broke them down by what I consider the top 6 genres of music that MOST people listen to - I excluded genres like classical, chanting, opera, country, etc. These are all Christian artists that happen to love making music that I enjoy. Many of these artists have additional albums, but I linked the ones I know I like. EXPLORE!!!

Recommendation: hold down the left Control button when you click on a link so it opens in another tab. ;)


u/shroooomin · 8 pointsr/Ayahuasca

Sounds loco to me to not have a sitter. But you asked for advice and not judgement, so first off get yourself some Icaros imo. They will help you anchor and chill out if things get rough. The songs are meant to heal, guide and protect. Download some, listen to them. In particular I really like this one and this one is also excellent (and from Shipibo tradition, so it's very different from first one linked)

To some of your Qs:

Dose: Personally, I would take the whole amount in one dose. For me if the first cup doesn't work, the second one rarely helps. You're also a big guy like me and I've always had the feeling like standard cup sizes are a bit too small, so a slightly bigger dose may be just right.

Dieta - refrain from weed for as long as possible before hand. 1 week should be more than enough. You want to have maximum mental and emotional clarity and balance for the experience. Following a Plant based diet for a few days leading up is a great idea. No need to fast day of, in fact you may want to have a bit of something just for the blood sugar, but it's up to you. Just keep it very simple, a bit of fruit and a couple eggs for breakfast works great for me, then fast until it's time to drink, generally once it's as dark outside as it's gonna get.

Noise and waking people up: I hate to break it to you, but doing this in a house full of sleeping people who you don't want to know ... GOOD LUCK. Prepare to puke louder and more intensely than you've perhaps ever imagined puking. Giant, earthquake inducing, waterfall roaring, inter-dimensional puking. Personally I think drinking Aya in this situation is a recipe for unwanted complications. Like, what if these sleeping people awake and start pounding on your door to check on you? How will they understand what you are going through and what you might need from them? Sounds like trouble to me. At any rate you should be prepared for that.

u/mrdaneeyul · 4 pointsr/Christianity

"Morning Song" by The Digital Age.

I spent way too long searching for a link and can't find the full song anywhere. But you can listen to a clip of it here (it's the last song--and if you have Amazon Prime, it's free to stream). IMO it's definitely worth a dollar.

I also like 10,000 Reasons, by Matt Redman.

EDIT: Ooh, ooh, also Made Alive and I Am Living in a Land of Death by Citizens.

u/Team_Realtree · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Thanks for the contest!

u/raddit-bot · 2 pointsr/listentothis

| | |
|name|Moriah Peters|
|about artist|Moriah Castillo Peters was born October 2, 1992. in Chino California just outside of Los Angeles. She grew up singing in church and in school Never knowing what God had in store for her but always enjoying singing. Both of her parents were involved in music . She was first discovered at the age of 15 yrs. old ([more on]( Peters))|
|track|To Leave It All Behind|
|images|artist image|
|links|wikipedia, official homepage, youtube, myspace, twitter, facebook, mp3 on amazon|
|tags|christian, femalevocalist, christiancameltoe, cameltoe, totallyfuckinghot, rockccm|
|similar|Dara Maclean, Meredith Andrews, Sarah Reeves, Addison Road, Josh Wilson|
|metrics|lastfm listeners: 3,281, lastfm plays: 29,212, youtube plays: 1,350, score: 6.33|

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u/warriortwo · 2 pointsr/pagan

My favorites are Music for a Winter's Eve, Anonymous 4's Wolcum Yule, In Nova Cantica:
Medieval and Traditional Carols, Chansons and Festive Dances
and Sinfonye's Gabriel's Greeting which is more Christian-focused but completely medieval.

u/viciousvixen26 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/DeeSnarl · 1 pointr/cringe

Me too. From the Sounds of the South box set. Compiled by the legendary Alan Lomax. Amazon link

u/Beave1 · 1 pointr/videos