Jubilee China held a concert praising God with music and choral works on September 9th. The concert performers included Jubilee members and several church choir members.
The programmes included sacred classical music composed by Mozart and Bach and contemporary chamber music such as Psalm preludes, hymn arrangement, which were very nice to hear and gave audience peaceful and graceful experience. Through five choral works the choir proclaimed the salvation of the Lord and give back the gratitude to Him. Some audience testified that it is the first time to attend a concert like this. It was beautiful and touching. The performers said that when performing the music they felt Holy Spirit was with them. One friend of the performer shared that she felt welcomed to this family and wanted to know bible in future.
Four Jubilee members Xiaoyi, Zhao Jun, Li Zheng and Liu Yuan also served as designer, photographer and video shooter. They felt very happy serving others.
Hope more wonderful praise concerts can be held in future and help more souls to open hearts and accept God's grace and love.
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