U2’s latest album No Line on the Horizon (2009) has a song called “Magnificent” (the album’s 2nd single). You might suppose the title refers to something the songwriter thinks is particularly splendid like a great work of art, a glorious sunrise, or maybe a love relationship, but “magnificent” is not used as an adjective in the song to describe something else: it is used as a proper noun. The refrain in the chorus says, “Only love can leave can such a mark; only love can heal such a scar/Justified until we die, you and I will magnify the Magnificent.” The lyrics of the song are plainly directed towards God and basically describe a profound conversion experience and a deep sense of awe towards God. I encourage you to check it out and let me know what you think:
There are a number of recordings of it on YouTube. This is the official video. I probably would not agree with some of Bono’s theological beliefs (he’s Catholic and seems to be a universalist with respect to religious diversity), but this song is one that has definitely pointed me towards God and even inspired worship.