Abrahamic / Middle Eastern Christianity Christian Songs About God's Creation Share Flipboard Email Print Christianity Christian Entertainment Christianity Origins The Bible The New Testament The Old Testament Practical Tools for Christians Christian Life For Teens Christian Prayers Weddings Inspirational Bible Devotions Denominations of Christianity Funerals and Memorial Services Christian Holidays Key Terms in Christianity Catholicism Latter Day Saints View More By Kim Jones Christian Music Expert Kim Jones is an ordained pastor and a co-founder of Road to Revelation, a Christian rock band. our editorial process Kim Jones Updated February 08, 2019 The Bible tells us that God created everything on the earth in six days. This playlist celebrates God's creation in a big way and includes songs recorded by artists from multiple genres, one that's a staple at Christian weddings, and a classic hymn. 'When God Made You': Newsong Newsong - More Life. Reunion Records From the song... I wonder what God was thinkingWhen He created youI wonder if He knew everything I would needBecause He made all my dreams come trueWhen God made youHe must have been thinking about me A beautiful song for Christian weddings, "When God Made You," has Natalie Grant singing with Newsong. The lyrics share that God created one perfect match for each of us. It can be found on the group's album "More Life." 'Indescribable': Chris Tomlin Chris Tomlin - Arriving. Sparrow From the song... Indescribable, uncontainable,You placed the stars in the sky and You know them by name.You are amazing GodAll powerful, untameable,Awestruck we fall to our knees as we humbly proclaimYou are amazing God Chris Tomlin wrote the hit song "Indescribable," which has been recorded by artists such as Kierra Sheard, Laura Story, Steve Green, and Chigger Hill Boys & Terri. 'God of Wonders': Third Day Third Day - Offerings II: All I Have to Give. Essential Records From the song... Lord of all creationof water earth and skyThe heavens are your TabernacleGlory to the Lord on high The group Third Day gets a little help from Newsboys' Michael Tait on their cover of "God of Wonders." Find it on "Offerings II: All I Have to Give." 'The Stand': Hillsong Hillsong - United We Stand. Hillsong From the song... You stood before creationEternity within Your handYou spoke the earth into motionMy soul now to stand Recorded live in 2006 at the Hillsong Conference, "The Stand" reminds us to stand before the Lord and surrender all unto him. The song appears on the album "United We Stand." 'Awesome God': Rich Mullins Michael W. Smith - Worship. Reunion From the song... When the sky was starless in the void of the night(Our God is an awesome God)He spoke into the darkness and created the light(Our God is an awesome God)Judgment and wrath He poured out the SodomMercy and grace He gave us at the crossI hope that we have not too quickly forgotten thatOur God is an Awesome God The popular song that Rich Mullins wrote has been recorded by other artists, such as Michael W. Smith, Kirk Franklin, Hillsong United, and Helen Baylor. 'How Great Thou Art' Alan Jackson - Precious Memories. Arista Nashville From the song... O Lord my God, When I in awesome wonder,Consider all the worlds Thy Hands have made;I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,Thy power throughout the universe displayed. What started off in 1885 as a poem written by Swedish preacher Carl G. Boberg, "How Great Thou Art" was adapted in the 1920s by the English missionary Stuart K. Hine. The hymn has been recorded by artists from multiple genres, including Carrie Underwood, Elvis Presley, Susan Boyle, Paul Baloche, Becoming The Archetype, Bill & Gloria Gaither, Selah, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, and Avalon. 'All Things New': Steven Curtis Chapman Steven Curtis Chapman - All Things New. Sparrow From the song... Who spoke and made the sunrise, to light up the very first dayWho breathed across the water, to start up the very first waveIt was YouYou introduced Your glory, to every living creature on earthAnd they started singing the first song to ever be heardThey sang for You In the title track off the album "All Things New," Steven Curtis Chapman reminds us that God made all things and that he makes all things new every season and every day.