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Week of March 28, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Casey J’s “Fill Me Up” Jumps to #1



Casey J’s Fill Me Up is the #1 Gospel song in the country this week, followed by Tasha Cobbs’ For Your Glory at #2 and I Am by Jason Nelson at #3. Ricky Dillard holds on to #4 with Amazing and Fred Hammond follows with I Will Trust at #5.

No Greater by Smokie Norful is #6 while Charles Jenkins holds on to #7 with War, followed by VaShawn Mitchell jumping to #8 with God My God. Kevin LeVar makes a small decline on the chart, as Your Destiny drops to #9 and Tamela Mann’s This Place concludes the lineup at #10.

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