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Monday – November 19, 2018

Karen Peck & New River take over the #1 spot this week with “I Know I’ll Be There,” the third #1 hit from their award-winning recording Hope For All Nations. Fan favorite this week also belonged to Michael English‘s “Little Is Much” also for an eleventh consecutive week. Other favorites among the fans included the latest singles from Jason Crabb (with Gary LeVox), The Talleys, Three Bridges, and The Whisnants! Vote for your favorites this week!

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Top 40 Weekly Chart

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LW
#WK
TITLE
ARTIST
PEAK
1
2
13
I Know I’ll Be There Karen Peck & New River
1
2
8
13
Faithful Whisnants
2
3
1
20
Lost Jim Brady Trio
1(6)
4
6
18
Rolled Back Stone Greater Vision
4
5
3
9
You Chose To Be My Friend Jason Crabb (with Gary LeVox)
3
6
9
17
Anything Less Taylors
5
7
4
16
Watch & See Erwins
3
8
12
17
Treasures In Heaven Mark Trammell Quartet
8
9
7
15
Grab Your Umbrella Talleys
6
10
14
14
Run the Race Hyssongs
10
11
13
12
Running Martins
11
12
5
12
Little Is Much Michael English
5
13
11
13
Every Moment, Every Mountain, Every Mile Williamsons
11
14
20
18
Meeting In the Middle of the Air Tribute
6
15
17
8
Love Love Love Gordon Mote
15
16
19
7
I Want to Praise Him 11th Hour
16
17
15
9
Heaven Just Got Sweeter For You Kingdom Heirs
15
18
18
8
Longing For Home Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
18
19
21
6
Mercy & Love Collingsworth Family
19
20
30
6
Never Changes Steeles
20
21
10
14
Good News Never Gets Old Three Bridges
10
22
27
5
It Carried Him Perrys
22
23
25
14
The Return Soul’d Out
23
24
32
3
Revival LeFevre Quartet
24
25
26
10
I’m Gonna Wish I Had Worried Less Mark Bishop
25
26
24
9
Let My Light So Shine Zane & Donna King
24
27
33
3
So Good to Me McKameys
27
28
29
8
Power In the Blood/Are You Washed In the Blood? Blackwood Brothers
28
29
36
2
Peace Is On the Way Old Paths
29
30
22
12
The Thing About a Valley Steve Ladd
22
31
16
21
Jesus Messiah Gaither Vocal Band
2
32
*
1
All My Hope Gold City
32
33
28
8
When Jesus Turns My Prison Into My Shouting Ground Inspirations
28
34
40
2
By & By Hoppers
34
35
38
2
Garden of Grace Misty Freeman
35
36
31
10
Remember That He Loves You Doug Anderson
31
37
37
5
When I Wake Up to Sleep No More Old Time Preachers Quartet
37
38
*
1
Yes He Did, Yes He Does, Yes He Will Master’s Voice
38
39
35
13
Let Me Take You to the Cross Ivan Parker
28
40
*
1
Don’t Look Back Rochesters
40
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