A whole kindergarten class captivated the heart of thousands when they joined Kari Jobe and her husband Cody Carnes in worship during the National Prayer Breakfast at the United States Capitol.
National Prayer Breakfast
Worship leaders Kari Jobe and her husband Cody Carnes had the opportunity to lead worship at the National Prayer Breakfast. Cody revealed in his Instagram post how honored they were to have led national leaders to worship God.
“It was very powerful to be able to lead our nation’s leaders in worship and pray together,” he wrote.
Leading worship at the United States Capitol is truly an honor for the anointed couple. But what amazed them more was a video of their son, Canyon, with all of his kindergarten classmates.
With crying emoticons, Cody continued, “Then we got a video of Canyon watching it with his kindergarten class.. swipe and be ready for. ”
Kindergarten Class Moved To Worship
The first photo that the worship leader shared in his post showed Kari and Cody holding a guitar and another fellow-Christian lady. Then the next slide revealed a heartwarming moment of kids, including their son, Canyon, watching the National Prayer Breakfast. The whole kindergarten class joined in singing “The Blessing” while Kari and Cody led the worship.
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Worship Leaders React
Then several well-known worship leaders and groups reacted to Cody’s post, including Brooke Fraser Ligertwood, Steffany Gretzinger, and Gateway Worship.
Brooke wrote, “Okay the swipe GOT ME,” where she meant the video of the children deeply moved her.
Also, Steffany wrote, “Just weepy.” The worship leader admitted it brought tears to her eyes.
Gateway Worship also dropped several hearts emoji comments to the post.
Thousands were blessed watching the kids worship God. After 15 hours, Cody’sCody’s post has reached nearly 50,000 hearts on Instagram.
Indeed, it was a profoundly moving scene to watch kids respond in worshiping God. The Holy Spirit is on the move!
“Train children in the way they should go; when they grow old, they won’t depart from it.” -Proverbs 22:6
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