Randy Travis + Here I Am to Worship

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Riley Johnson

Updated

February 15, 2024

Updated

February 15, 2024

Updated

February 15, 2024

In October 2005, Randy Travis released Glory Train: Songs of Faith, Worship, and Praise of gospel cover songs, which included “Here I to Worship.” Other notable gospel songs of Randy Travis are “Forever and Ever, Amen,” “He Walked on Water,” and “Three Wooden Crosses.”

Originally written by Tim Hughes, “Here I Am to Worship” is a worship ballad commonly sung at Christian gatherings and festivals. Because of its popularity, several contemporary worship artists like Chris Tomlin, Hillsong, Lenny LeBlanc, and Jeremy Camp have released their renditions of the song.

The song secured the top spot on the Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) charts for two consecutive years and maintained its presence on their Top 25 Songs list as late as 2016.

The cover of “Here I Am to Worship” by Randy Travis opens with a graceful melody of strings with a slow tempo. He then starts to sing the verse with his signature baritone country voice. 

The gospel song is an ode of praise to God, a song where one professes their adoration and gratefulness to the Lord. Through this song, we get to thank all the good things Christ has done, His mercy and forgiveness, and His grace.

Listen to this version of “Here I Am to Worship” by Randy Travis below.


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