Recently there’s been a big upturn in live and spontaneous worship sets that churches nationwide are putting up on YouTube for all of us to enjoy. Isn’t it incredible that we live in a day and age where we can freely access great worship at the click of a button!
So, in honor and gratitude to all the incredible worship that happens in churches and at events across this great nation we’ve picked out a few that we thought would bless you.
We love Upperroom. They’re a church based in Dallas, Texas, who love to worship Jesus. We could’ve picked from any number of their videos but have gone with this clip of them singing After You, which beautifully flows into some spontaneous worship.
2. Bethel Church
This next one is from Bethel Church in Redding, California, who has cultivated a great worshiping community through their label Bethel Music. This clip is from a worship set led by Jeremy Riddle and Steffany Gretzinger. Also, there’s a wonderful mini-message sandwiched in the middle of the song from Pastor Bill Johnson, addressing the power of God’s love to cast out (ALL!) fear.
3. The Send
This last video is from an event that streamed live from Orlando, Florida, called The Send and features Tasha Cobb bringing a Pentecostal smackdown of love, passion and fire. We love us some Tasha Cobb!
Despite all the craziness that’s going on there’s a real groundswell of hunger being stirred up across America for a fresh move of God to sweep through the nation. Jesus really is the solution to all our problems. As followers of Jesus we are called to live in the opposite spirit to the ways of this world and one way to express that opposition is by setting our hearts and minds on Him, through music, by giving back the love and adoration that He daily gives us.
We really hope you enjoy the raw, honest and unadulterated worship that is poured out it in each of these videos. In many ways, they are echoing what we see and feel when we read the Psalms. Just pick a chapter at random and you’ll see the heart of a laid down lover who’s crying out to God in the valley and on the mountain top.
We hope these wonderful worship moments bless you as much as they’ve blessed us.