As you can see, the majority of the praise songs listed below can only be played with three or four chords, making them ideal for beginners.
You can get to a good point with a few hours of practice, but it'll take a little longer to develop the muscle memory for each chord.
The Madison Beer song is a little unusual in modern pop for having as many different chords as it does, and for having a slightly old fashioned tonal language compared to a lot of more dance oriented pop specifically the applied dominant chord mentioned Eb7-Ab.
One of the songs that never fail in moving people is the song of worship.
This means that very little hand adjustments are required to play this congregational tune.
It seems extremely familiar, but I can't find out if it is or I'm just going crazy.