Seeking to express thanks to God for all that He has provided with fellow believers from all backgrounds, Jubilee Philippines have commenced preparations for their 4th Worship Night that will be held on November 24th.
With the theme of the Worship Night being selected from 1 John 4:17, 'Everything He Has, He Has Given to Me', the Worship Night seeks to draw participants to reflect on the deep love of Christ upon their lives. The event will be filled with solo and group performances, aiming to be used as a platform to unite in the presence of the Lord.
As the worship team members practiced together for the event recently, they meditated on how God has provided so much blessing in their lives, moving their hearts to give thanks to Him in praise.
Missionary Hazel shared, "I pray that it will be filled with joy and thanksgiving to the Lord. We have a great anticipation that Holy Spirit will work on November 24 as we gather to lift His name on high."
It is with a great hope that through the Worship Night, the participants can open their hearts to worship God and experience the power of Holy Spirit.
Creating music and lyrics of a worship song it's often a joyful feeling. There is always a background story behind each note, for God uses mysterious ways to inspire the writer.
With the strong belief in being able to bring revival of Jesus movement in WOA churches through original songs that contain the words of God and culture that its members share in common, Jubilee Worship is now establishing system to share written Jubilee songs with one another internally, in different major languages.
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