WAY Nation | – Is This Lyric From a Worship or Love Song? | This or That feat. Hillsong Worship

Brooke and Ben from Hillsong Worship try and figure out if they can tell the difference between Worship Song Lyrics and Love Song Lyrics!

Play along and see if you can tell the difference!

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Comment (45)

  1. I’m the co-host of a podcast and our most recent episode is titled “Does God Care How We Worship”? Not a shameless plug, but it’s a very important topic to remember not to romanticize God and to remember worship is not merely a genre, but our active obedience and pursuit of God because He is infinitely worthy to be praised and worshipped! This video really encapsulates the fact we have made worship about ourselves and our emotions instead of about God. The most true to scripture turned out to be worship songs. Appreciate the video. God bless!

  2. The fact that this video concept exists is evident of the problems with CCM. I’m a devout Christian and a musician. God gave us the great gift of music for the primary purpose of worshipping Him. It saddens me that much of modern worship music serves to worship self (Hillsong being among the worst offenders).

  3. To everyone saying "worship songs are love songs", you are sadly mistaken in this instance. Yes we should be proclaiming our love for God, but love songs are written with a mindset of eros love. Eros is the erotic or romantic type of love. We are NOT in a romantic relationship with God. His love for us is Agape, which is unconditional love. Romantic love can pass away but the unconditional love of God lasts forever. Also, when we worship God, we should be worshipping Him as His whole being. He is love but he is also many, many other things: He is infinite (Colossians 3:17), unchanging (Malachi 3:6), Omnipotent (Job 11:7-11), Omnipresent (Psalm 139:7-10), Omniscient (Isaiah 46:9-10), Just (Deuteronomy 32:4), Wise (Romans 11:33), and Holy (Revelation 4:8).
    These are just a few of a myriad of other characteristics and attributes of God, and the amazing part is He is equally all of those things; one does not take a greater role than the other. Thus, when we lift up praises together in song, we should be praising God in His entirety, not just the "feel-good" aspects of His nature. This can be further seen according to 1 Corinthians 14:16: "How is it then, brethren? Whenever you come together, each of you has a psalm, has a teaching, has a tongue, has a revelation, has an interpretation. *Let all things be done for edification*…" Paul's exhortation is to let everything when gathered as a body to "be done for edification", which conveys the idea of building-up, encouraging, teaching, and/or improving.
    By this standard, we should walk away from every time of congregational worship having been educated, taught, or improved spirituality with a deeper and fuller understanding of God's nature in all His attributes as well as being reminded of why we are gathered in the first place: the Gospel- the birth, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ as a propitiation for God's imminent wrath and that if we repent and follow Christ in faith then we will receive salvation and spend eternity in Heaven. If the only thing we can take away after worshipping God is a notion of the idea that we love Him and He loves us, then those songs utterly failed in their mission to ultimately edify, or teach, the people about the very God they were worshipping, and instead left them with a vague idea of God's love and a rush of dopamine. The church is not a spiritual crackhouse; it is the house of the Almighty God and we have an obligation as His followers to educate, or edify, fellow believers and the world with knowledge of His full nature and how to ultimately live in eternity with him with absolutely *everything* we take part in. 1 Corinthians 10:31: "Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."

  4. Don't get me wrong..the fact that we are not able to distinguish between a carnal love song and worship song is a clear sign that we are in a state of emergency…look that lyrics of the worship songs, so carnal.. worldly and nothing biblical..This is a desolation of worship standard .. These folks don't worship God…they worship the worship medium! So sad and disturbing!

  5. whorship songs are not love songs!! not that kind of love that jas to do with sex , woth immoralitu that industry of this world gives! so next time when you want to mix those 2 together remind yourself God doesnt jave anything to do with darkness! if this people were trully worshipers they would have not said something like that ! worship songs are HoLLy songs – they are put aside OnLy for God –

  6. Why does the Bible call Jesus the "bridegroom" and the church His "bride?" Is not the Song of Solomon a metaphor for the relationship between Christ and His bride? What bride doesn't use intimate language to describe the relationship of her groom? Worship is all about intimacy with our Savior. Consider this carefully – because your salvation may hang in the balance … Matthew 7:22-23 "Many will say to me on that day (the Judgement Day), 'Lord, Lord. did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles"' Then I will tell them plainly, 'I never KNEW you. Away from me, you evildoers.' The Greek word for "knew"is "Ginosko," the same word used in Genesis 4:1 where it says "And Adam KNEW Eve, and she conceived and bore a son." Ginosko is a knowing that only comes from experience that results in an INTIMATE relationship with Jesus Christ.