Music is a war tool

Music isn’t just a cultural expression, a hobby, or a leisurely activity. It’s a war tool! Worship music is an amazing means to connect with God, because it allows us to pray, to express with emotion, and it moves the heart of God!

“When we work, we work. When we pray, God works.”

When we pray, God does work; but to be honest, I don’t always choose to trust that God moves when I pray. When I pray through music, God works AND often times, my soul (mind+will+emotion) agrees and expresses what I’m praying. I find that worshipping through music helps me to connect with God, and that my soul is more quickly awakened.

Music often touches people’s hearts in an unspeakable way, and if music is a great way for you to connect with God, as well, then I encourage you to set yourself up to connect with God. Create a playlist, jam out, sing, make up a song, dance, pull out the pots and pans and drum with the spatulas! Whatever helps to connect you with God, go for it.


This song, Break Every Chain, has been a war tool song for me lately. It’s one of those songs I listen to over and over again and never get sick of; because it has great meaning and it helps me to connect with my Deliverer!


About morgangascho

I grew up in Iowa, USA (famous for growing corn). I'm contemplative, I love writing, and blogging has become a hobby. Writing worship music is a way to engage in sweet conversation with the Divine Creator of the Universe, Jesus. He is my life. I am hidden in Him and I pray that someday I will know what that means. Until then, I'm seeking His glory, waiting for the day when it will all be revealed to me.
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