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5 Worship Lyric Slide Mistake Tests

By October 17th, 2016Articles

Do you think you are a worship lyric slide master? Can you see a worship lyric slide mistake from a mile away? Take the five tests below and see if you can spot the mistakes in each set of worship lyric slides.

All the answers are posted at the bottom of the page.

Test 1

Let’s give you an easy one to warm you up


Test 2

Take your time, you don’t want to miss anything


Test 3

You didn’t think this was going to be easy did you?


Test 4

Make sure you find all the mistakes before you peek at the answers


Test 5

This is your final test to see if you are a true worship lyric slide ninja



Test 1: Extra line break at the bottom of the second slide.

Test 2: Extra space between “love” and “is” on slide two and between “King” and “above” on slide three. Comma at end of line on slide three. “the” should be capitalized before “King” on slide three. Wrong font on slide three.

Test 3: Slide one “where feet” should be added to third line to read “where feet may fail”. The first word on slide two is capitalized.

Test 4: Inconsistent use of “Savior” and “Saviour” on slides two and three. “My”capitalized on line two of slide three. All text blocks are horizontally aligned off-centre to the right. Missing an apostrophe in the word “thats” on slide one line two.

Test 5: First line of slide one should be “a King”, not “the King” (SongSelect posts it “the King”, but Chris Tomlin sings it “a King”). Slides two and three are part of the second chorus and not part of the first chorus. Line on slide four repeats twice. Extra “e” on line two of slide two. Leading on slide three is larger than other slides.

Have you read The Worship Media Handbook yet? It will help you and your team identify worship lyric slide errors and create more professional presentations.