Help Me Choose My New Title

Gwen Smith Blog, Just For Fun 63 Comments

Hi Friends!

I am about to publish my new songs on an EP and am struggling to determine which title I like best for the project. So, I thought I’d ask you to help me!

Here are the two title options that were just sent over from my designer. Both titles are from songs on the EP. The cover photo is the final. I’d like your help in picking the best title. Feel free to leave a comment below as well.

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Option 1 – My Strength, My Song  (same title as my new single)

Option 2 – Lost in Praise

Can’t wait to hear your opinion! Thanks!

Gwen

Comments 63

  1. Lost in Praise…when praising, meditating and worshiping our Lord….what a fantastic feeling to get soo into doing so, you “loose” yourself and get filled up with the peace that we receive from Him.

  2. I would go for lost in praise if the albums have songs that just would take all my attention and basket me in his love…but I would choose my strength my song if the album was touching me weakness and I was going to be transformed by my worship….

  3. I do like “Lost in Praise” as if you are praising so much that you are lost to the things of the world. “But My Strength, My Song” describes your Heavenly Father and I love that; so it is my choice.

  4. BTW I know a worship leader who often gets lost in praise and it’s kind of annoying that he forgets we’re all praising together here when he launches into the chorus–seriously–the eighth time through. I’m sort of anti- being lost in praise in public 🙂

  5. Lost in Praise! Ya know how sometimes when you’re praising God and you just get so caught up in it you are “Lost in Praise!”? I love that!

  6. I want to lose all my inhibitions in praise of my saviour and my God, but only because he is “my strength and my song”. so, my strength my song for me

  7. Lost in Praise! It reminds me of how I long to be when giving or singing praise to God. He also inhabits the praises of His people.

  8. I like my strength, my song…since i get all my strength from Him…! They are both so true, but that one sticks with me. Just my thoughts…

  9. “Lost in Praise” is my pick. That’s what happens when I listen to the words of your songs, I get lost in praise to our God. Love you, Gwen, you’re such a “girlfriend”, asking for our opinions.

  10. Option 1. I don’t like the word “Lost”. – it’s more like “Found” in praise or “Filled” with praise. Over “Overcome” with praise. But lost sounds like someone before they know Christ.

  11. Lost In Praise…It’s not about us, but Him. When we become unconscious of self, It’s the praise He can savor and dwell in.

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