“Break Every Chain” is a powerful, building song, especially for those who have ever struggled or currently struggle with an addiction. Kim Walker Smith does a really great rendition of this song, but I found Tasha Cobbs’ version even better. It’s a very simple song lyric-wise, since it mostly repeats on itself.
Break Every Chain
Written By Will Reagan
There is power in the name of Jesus(3x) (Jeremiah 10:6, Luke 1:31-33, John 14:12-14, John 16:23-24, Acts 3:16, Acts 4:12, Philippians 2:9-11, 1 John 4:4)
to break every chain, break every chain, break every chain. (2x) (John 8:31-36, Acts 12:6-7, Romans 6:22-23, Galatians 5:1)
Theres an army rising up.(3x) (Isaiah 54:17, Ephesians 6:10-18, 1 Corinthians 15:57, 2 Timothy 2:3-4, James 4:12)
To break every chain, break every chain, break every chain.(2x) (Isaiah 58:6-8, Acts 3:6-7, Acts 16:18)
I hear the chains falling.
On a side note, to this date I’ve gotten 10 followers and over 500 hits from 23 countries on this blog in a matter of just over 2 months (I started the blog on April 27th, 2013). That is incredibly humbling for me, even though I know it’s not much in the blogging world, but for something I had planned to do as a private Bible study I am stunned so many have read it. I began this blog to fill a hole: I couldn’t find a website that linked Bible verses to specific lyrics in a worship song. So thank you, reader. I pray God’s word blesses you in new ways as you listen to and sing these worship songs, and makes the worship songs more meaningful as you learn what they’re based on scripturally. And if you’re not a Christian, I pray that I’ve helped you figure out Christians, Christianity, and most importantly Jesus a little more. Please let me know any requests you may have for new songs to feature in the comments section or by personal message! I read each one.