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Living Hope By Phil Wickham and Brian Johnson. Live Performance by Bethel Music Worship

Song Title – Living Hope written by Phil Wickham & Brian Johnson (Bethel). Release Date – March 30, 2018. All rights reserved. Cross Point Church have done a cover version of the song This is a live performance by Bethel Music Worship. I love this version because of the live audience. There’s just something incredible that happens when we sing together in unison, live. Again, I choose songs whose lyrics are rich with the gospel — the good news of what Jesus has done for us. My favorite song post Easter season. I think it’s a song for all seasons, really.    I hope you enjoy the song

You waited by Travis Greene

I love listening and playing songs that amplify who Jesus is and what he did for us. They warm my heart, nourish my soul and enrich my faith. This is on one those. You waited is a song by Travis Greene that is hitting the right grace tones at the moment. This song is in his new album – Cross over:Live from Music City. The album is expected to be released on August 18, 2017. This single – You waited is available now on iTunes. Be sure to check it out. Here are the lyrics [Verse] You called out my name Knew my past, covered my shame This amazing grace You’ve shown, so patiently You’ve shown, so patiently

Worship leader, here’s why lifting our hands in surrender is not a New Covenant doctrine

© April 11, 2017 | Schulter Etyang For many years as a worship leader, I encouraged people during worship to lift their hands as a sign of surrender. During worship, I made it a priority to make sure that there will be a session where the whole church would lift up their hands. I actually loved the sight of it. Seeing lifted hands in worship is a sight to behold. It really is. I think the significance of that action is tremendous because we are doing it to our God. Nevertheless, I made the church lift up their hands because I had been taught that the lifting of our hands is a sign of surrender. As you may know, we lead as we are led. We really actually parrot what we have been taught. This is one area where I just repeated what I had heard from prominent worship leaders of that time.