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MercyMe Channel: “I Can Only Imagine” | Contemporary Christian Music

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  •  Contemporary Christian music video by MercyMe performing “I Can Only Imagine”.

MercyMe is a Contemporary Christian Music band formed in 1994 in Greenville, Texas.  They released six independent albums prior to signing with INO Records in 2001. They first gained mainstream popularity with the crossover single, “I Can Only Imagine”.

Their debut album, Almost There, went on to receive double platinum certification.  They have won (8) GMA Dove Awards and has had several Grammy Award nominations. The group’s name, “MercyMe”, originated from lead singer Bart Millard’s grandmother while he was a youth ministry intern in Florida.



MercyMe Website - Contemporary Christian Music

MercyMe Website

  • For the latest updates, news and information, visit them online at:  http://mercyme.org



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MercyMe performs on Fox and Friends Show - Fox News

MercyMe performs on Fox and Friends Show | Image courtesy: Fox News


MercyMe at 48MercyMe at 48th Annual GMA Dove Awardsth Annual GMA Dove Awards

MercyMe at 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards | Image courtesy: ccmmagazine.com


MercyMe Interview at Justin Paul Radio Show on Way FM

MercyMe Interview at Justin Paul Radio Show on Way FM | Image courtesy: wayfm.com



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MercyMe songs, lyrics, bio, videos – Positive & Encouraging K-LOVE

While MercyMe’s “I Can Only Imagine” was inspired by the death of lead singer Bart Millard’s father, it provided hope, healing and comfort to a country that was still fresh with the scars caused by the attacks of September 11th. Since the world was exposed to MercyMe over a decade ago, they still continue to create music …

MercyMe Music – Home | Facebook

 MercyMe Music. 1.8M likes. WEB: http://mercyme.org/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/mercyme INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/themercyme.
MercyMe new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what’s hot in music.

MercyMe (@mercyme) | Twitter

 4413 tweets • 749 photos/videos • 406K followers. “LIFER · AVAILABLE NOW · HAPPY DANCE Get it now on @AppleMusic at https://t.co/vrFyFCLump https://t.co/RObONjS8U5″



They are an American Christian rock band founded in Greenville, Texas . The band consists of vocalist Bart Millard , keyboardist James …


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5 responses to MercyMe Channel: “I Can Only Imagine” | Contemporary Christian Music

  1. chris dotson June 1st, 2013 at 8:25 pm

    yes but it was people who were very bad and were doing wicked thing like rape, murder, basically every crime in the book so god wiped them all out

  2. victoria pacheco June 1st, 2013 at 8:32 pm

    Thank you Jesus he is so good…

  3. AdrianMorrison101 June 1st, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    Didn’t god kill a bunch of people with a flood?

  4. smithn383 June 1st, 2013 at 9:38 pm

    This is a moving song. I used to like it: It was played and sung a lot at my church. It’s nice to think that there’s a heaven after death where I can be in communion with God for eternity and ask him all the big questions, and see all the loved ones who knew him. If only.

  5. baldy eire June 5th, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    I must translate a sentence into british and that i did,personally i think something is wrong using the below sentence.

    can someone let me know what’s wrong by using it ?

    And let me know the main difference between “very little mistakes”&”very little mistake”??

    “There’s very little grammatically mistakes inside your british composition.”