I’m still feeling the WOWness from last night.
So in the end it was 3000 students in the Hammersmith Apollo for one loud night of worship. Here are several thoughts about the event in no order whatsoever:
He is here.
Our God is a God who saves.
Your grace is enough.
It’s rising up all around, it’s the anthem of the Lord’s renown.
David Crowder has life-size tattoos of Chris and Matt on each shoulder.
Sing Sing Sing.
You alone can lift us from the grave.
Mighty to save.
Shine your light.
Fruitcakes and ice-cream.
If we’re out of our mind, it’s for God’s sake.
God made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God.
Christ’s love compels us.
David Crowder*Band! 🙂
Here is our King
There is no one like You
How could You be so good to me
You are my JOY
After all our hands have wrought He forgives
Banjo – Instrument of the future!
I saw the light.
O praise Him.
Manila! Manila! Manila!
Greater things are yet to come, greater things are still to be done in this city.
How great is our God!
It was an amazing night of worship. Crazy powerful. And loud. I lost my voice. In hindsight, a bit unwise to blast it all out at Sing Sing Sing, which was only the 4th (or 5th) song of the night. But we were seated near the front, far right. And that was where the bass speakers were located. So you couldn’t help but sing a bit louder, just so you could hear yourself and be sure that there was still something coming out of your open mouth.
Louie has a gift for inspiring people to live for Jesus. And he told Ashley’s story at the end of his talk. I never knew the depth of it aside from one or two blog posts, but hearing the whole story for the first time left me in tears. Literally. Especially the fact that I already knew the ending just made it all the more poignant.
Matt Redman’s new song is still replaying itself over and over in my head.
And my voice recovered in time for the David Crowder end to the night. Ah. What joy!
You can probably catch the podcast in a day or two. Don’t miss it! 😀
Oh. And I suppose a comparison with Passion 2007 in Atlanta would be nice to add. They were two totally different events really, and I enjoyed both for different reasons. So it’ll be like comparing apples with oranges. But I’ll try.
Passion 2007 was a turning point in my walk with Jesus. It’s been a long time since Passion 2007 and God has taught me a lot since then, so to use C.S. Lewis’ idea, it’s not that Jesus has grown, but it is we who grow and we see Him as bigger and bigger. In that sense, Passion London was just massive!