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A MUST READ:7 AMAZING POWERS OF A GOSPEL MUSIC  2 By Williams Thomas 

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2. IT BRINGS DOWN GOD’S PRESENCE

Kennet Hagin said there were times in his healing services that the glory of God came down like a fog; everywhere becomes so white that he could hardly see anyone in the congregation.

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Some members of his congregation later told him that at such times his face shone like that of an angel as a result of the overwhelming presence of God.

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There is no limit to what God’s presence can do in worship. We must not miss such a huge privilege to be in His presence.

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Imagine what we are missing in our services simply because we do not know how to give God quality worship. I can not think of an amount of prayer that could usher in God’s presence in such a way. Only worship and adoration can.

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When Paul and Silas sang in prison, there was an earthquake and the foundation of the prison was shaken. How wonderful it is to be in God’s presence.

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Don’t be confused, God is Omnipresent; He’s everywhere. More so, He lives in us as believers; for our body is His temple but there are times when His presence is with us in greater measure, and we experience God’s intimate presence in a greater capacity.

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A music coordinator who never composes songs nor play any instrument have no business being there. You can’t give what you don’t have.

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Also, very importantly, many churches do not know how to wait on the Lord after a worship session. I know we used to wait for a minute or less in most of our church services after the worship.

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Benny Hynn said on the day the Holy Spirit moved so much that everybody (including ushers, choir and pastors) in a congregation of twelve thousand fell under the anointing, he had told everyone to be quiet but nothing happened. Some people kept whispering “thank you Jesus” but he insisted on perfect silence

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Nothing happened still. This continued until around the fortieth minute when someone suddenly fell, and then another, and before one could say Jack Robinson, twelve thousand people were already on the ground.

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I asked myself: “Can we ever quietly wait for the Holy Spirit for 40minutes in any of our services?”

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We were never really expecting the Holy Spirit and so we never even thought of waiting and that is why many of our services aren’t different from a town hall meeting.

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We can improve a lot on our worship and experience God’s presence in a way that will blow us away and we’ll never want to leave.

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(Read “The Anointing” by Benny Hinn and “Understanding the Anointing” by Kennet Hagin)

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God bless you!

@UVGM 2015

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