20 November 2012

Stars, whales, and worship

Here's an amazing mashup from Louie Giglio involving stars, some whales, and Psalm 148. I found it yesterday on another blog and want as many people as possible to see it.

I was going to post again today on the topic of heaven. But two items from the web have caught my attention and I feel they should take precedence. We'll look at one today and the other tomorrow.

First is an amazing video involving some stars and whales and based on Psalm 148. This was sent to Dave deVries by his daughter and he decided to post it on his blog. I thought it was so special that I want to share it with my readers too.

It made Dave smile, it made me cry, what will it do to you?



Did you watch it? Isn't it amazing?

Louie Giglio is involved in the Passion Movement, writes books and music (some of them very widely known) and is also a manager of sixsteprecords. He is clearly an excellent and engaging public speaker as you can see from the video.

Questions:
  • Are there other people you know who should see this?
  • What other natural singing can you think of that might have been added? (Hint - if you can't think of anything go outside into a garden or park and listen.)
  • How did you feel when you watched the video?
  • Do you sing enough when you're on your own?

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2 comments:

  1. Yes indeed. What are we that he cares for us? He cares for me! Why? I suppose the only answer that we need is the answer John gives - he is love (1John 4:8).

    YAHWEH is love. Yahweh IS love. Yahweh is LOVE.
    JESUS is love. Jesus IS love. Jesus is LOVE.
    The SPIRIT is love. The Spirit IS love. The Spirit is LOVE.

    However you emphasise it it's still true. He loves us because he IS love.



    HalleluYah!

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