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Monday – December 3, 2018

Karen Peck & New River hold on to 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 a thirteenth consecutive week. Other favorites among the fans included the latest singles from Michael Combs, The Talleys, Three Bridges, and Master’s Promise! Vote for your favorites this week!

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Top 40 Weekly Chart

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