A group of worshippers publicly sang praise to God in the streets of London while riding on a double-decker bus.
Worship The King
Worship The King, a group of Christian singers took their worship to the streets of London. The group sang from the top of a double-decker bus while roaming around the capital city in the United Kingdom. They passed by some iconic sites including Houses of Parliament, Westminister Abbey, Picadilly Circus, and Downing Street while praising the name of the Lord.
Amid the global pandemic, the group realized “that God is drawing us closer and closer to Him. I believe that this will awaken the body of Christ because there needs to be that unity. And that’s what we’ve been praying for — unity, as a body.” Thus, they declared God in the streets of London.
Worship leader Beatrice Gboyega, organized the event, desires to see freedom for everyone. “For people that don’t know Christ, we desire that souls will be set free, that people will come to the knowledge that there’s someone that created you and that loves you so much. You don’t have to go through these things that you go through by yourself and to let them know there’s actually hope.”
Among the worship songs sung by the group were Chris Tomlin’s “How Great Is Our God,” Twila Paris’ “He Is Exalted,” Cory Asbury’s “Reckless Love,” and “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillan.
In an Instagram post following the event, Worship The King declared that God was moving as they worshipped Him. He was igniting a spiritual awakening over the nation.
“I believe God is asking us to worship Him unashamedly in our city as a prophetic act to protect our city. And stir the atmosphere in anticipation of revival to our city.”
Reference: Instagram | _worshiptheking_