Jubilee Worship Concert at GA Gives Thanks and Praise to God

Jubilee Worship Concert at GA Gives Thanks and Praise to God


Followed the exhibition and ministry meetings, Jubliee World Held a graceful and unforgettable concert to give thanks and praise to God with all the delegates and members from all around the world in the evening on Oct 30th. 


The first two songs "Nothing is impossible" and "Sing sing sing"performed by Erin Oakley, Mifa Kim, Jerry Park, James Peter, Eduardo Miranda, Gonzalo Ramirez, Marcus Lundin drew the audience to an excitement atmosphere immediately as they play different kinds of instruments to praise the Lord passionately, just as the theme of the concert: "Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD."

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After two passionate songs, Dorothy Li's piano sonata and renewed hope calmed down the hearts of the audience, and P. Emily's violin "the beautiful rosemary" and "The most precious one" touched the audience deeply with tears shed down. John Lin impressed the audience with an amazing piano performance. 

Next are the original song composed by Jubliee members such as the English song "Ephesians 4:1" by Erin Oakley, the Chinese song "Only the cross" , "The year of Jubilee" by Hetao Huang, Latin American song "Place me like a seal over your heart" by Eduardo Miranda, Korean Song "The Love that overcomes death" by Hosea Yang, Mifa Kim, "If I just touch the edge of his cloak" by Hosea Yang, Australia song "the love of God". The audience was touched by the deep love of God.

The whole concert concluded with the song "Every praise" with everyone participating to praise the Lord together and it leads the concert to the climax. "Every praise is to our God. God my savior, God my healer, God my deliverer. Yes, He is, yes He is!" 

All the members are overjoyed and well impressed with the talents of the Jubilee members given by God. Let all the praise and glory be to our God in heaven and the praise and worship to God never cease even though the concert has to come to an end.