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Passion featuring Kristian Stanfill, Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes lead us all in worship with ‘Way Maker.’ “You are way maker, miracle worker, promise keeperLight in the darkness, my god that is who You are”. Passion has been sharing God’s message with the next generation through worship music since 1995. With a keen sense of how to reach the younger audience, Passion is bringing more and more followers to Christ through their powerful lyrics and melodies.
Today, they are at the Passion 2020 conference to share the message of God with the next generation. And they are joined on stage by fellow Christian artists Kristian Stanfill, Kari Jobe, and Cody Carnes for a spirit-filled rendition of ‘Way Maker.’ Just listen as thousands of voices join together to belt out these words of praise. “You are here, touching every heart I worship YouI worship You”
There is nothing better than watching the next generation praise our Lord and this special performance of ‘Way Maker’ will have you saying amen! Isaiah 43:2 “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.
I have smiled as folks have tried to bring some light-heartedness and laughter during this pandemic, especially as we neared Christmas, by sending along lines such as “No Zoom in the Inn” or “You’re on Mute — again!” Probably more fitting to our reality, at least from my perspective, is a line in the Christmas carol O Holy Night. It is this: “… A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices …”
This whole year has been a time of uncertainty and great concern for the wellbeing of people everywhere! As this Christmastime, I am reminded that life at the time of Jesus’s birth and coming was also very precarious. On that very first Christmas, Jesus entered a world with political strife, economic uncertainty, chaotic rulership, oppressive government, high taxes and an environment of marginalizing the weak.
Into that unrest and fear came the Prince of Peace and Promised Messiah. Jesus came to and for a weary world — a weary people. And yet, despite it all, His birth provided opportunity for rejoicing and hope to all who received it. Advent has always been a season of waiting, of finding light in the darkness and hope amid despair. And we’re waiting now! We’re waiting and we’re weary! Waiting for freedom, healing, restoration, relief, normal.
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