Over the last couple of years, I have come to absolutely LOVE Bethel Music. (If you haven’t heard of or ever listened to them, do yourself a favor and pull them up on YouTube. You’re welcome in advance.)
Listening to worship music has become a normal, regular part of my week, no longer just reserved for Sundays at church. I find that when I begin my day in a state of worship and tune into beautiful and uplifting truth throughout my day as I work or do things around the house and drive for business and personal purposes, I am a much happier and content Hannah. And that is the Hannah I most want to be.
Last week, the bestie and I had the awesome opportunity to hear Bethel Music live in concert at Royal Oak Music Theater! It was, in one word, A-MAZ-ING!
Here are a few pics from our incredible evening of fellowship and worship …
Royal Oak Music Theater
On the Shores with Johnathan David and Melissa Helser
Spontaneous Praise, Prayer, and Worship
Shine on Us with Steffany Gretzinger, Jeremy Riddle, and William Matthews
You Can Have it All, Lord
Overall, it was a great time and I’m so glad we booked this opportunity back in the dead of winter so we could enjoy a glorious spring night in the suburbs of the D to hear such a fabulous and talented group of musicians who poured their hearts out to God and inspired all of us to do the same!
A few of the takeaways for me from this special night were:
- Sometimes we just have to be fierce in our pursuit and worship of God, proclaiming victory over the enemy in every area of our life. Whether we’re in a season of wilderness or harvest, we need to claim and own the truth that in Him, we are victorious.
- I am called to fearlessness because I am a daughter of the King.
- I am not my own idea. God has created, planned, and purposed me from the beginning.
- The things that have been laid to rest, God can turn into altars of praise. Amen.