Many Christian artists sing about the love God has for us, but there are also some amazing Christian love songs for couples.
Countless couples, whether dating or married, quickly determine their “song”.
It describes the uniqueness of their relationship and the lyrics speak to their souls.
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This is probably up for debate, but here's my top picks for lesbian love songs that have had meaning to me at some point in my life.
1 Corinthians “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.” Favorite Lyrics For tear stained letters and the sad goodbyes For every Christmas that i wasn't by your side For all the lost time won’t you hear me say (hear me say) (That) when love comes home it will be to stay Oh, but heaven knows those years without you Were shaping my heart for the day that I found you And if you're the reason for all I've been through Then I'm thankful for the day before you, yeah Whether you are just falling in love or have been married for a while, Christian love songs explore a deeper side of love.
Other great Christian love songs include “I Will Never Go” by Twila Paris, “When I Say I Do,” by Matthew West, “I Promise” by Ce Ce Winnans, “Unfailing Love” by Chris Tomlin, “Love Will Be Our Home” by Sandi Patty, “Household of Faith” by Steve Green and “God Bless the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts.
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My favorite song is "Oceans" by Hillsong United because it reminds me that has big plans for me and everyone else who puts their trust in Him.
Since I could only pick ten songs, I didn't include any one artist more than once, although with some of them, it was hard to decide which song to pick. If you've ever been in love with more than one person, this is THE song to describe that tortured experience.
Featured on The L Word Soundtrack and recorded by Melissa Etheridge, I am surely not the only lesbian to relate to this song.
Here is the Joan Armatrading classic, The Weakness in Me.