Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 June 2014

Click on the video below. It's an oldie, but a goodie.

 

Let's face facts; we all get caught up in cliche from time to time.

We call upon His name. 

We trust in the Lord.

We sing a new song, lift our hearts and raise a shout.

We long for the Lord to send His Spirit, set our hearts on fire and send us out.

And we love it when God shows up, the Spirit breaks out and the preacher BRINGS IT.

 

What are your favorite worship leader cliches? Let us know...

 

PS - if you want to read what Eugene Peterson has to say about this, have a look at the article here.

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