Powerful worship broke out at Florida State Maximum Security Prison when the inmates sang at the top of their lungs with the worship song “How He Loves Us.”
Maximum Security Prison In Florida State
People found guilty of crimes are imprisoned at maximum-security prison cells. Often, they are perceived as dangerous people that one should avoid nor befriend. But to those who love God, showing the unconditional love of Christ to these people is the mission. And that’s what the worship team Maverick City Music did exactly that.
On Instagram, God Behind Bars, a Christian organization aiming to minister to prisoners, posted a powerful moment at the maximum prison in Florida. The video showed hundreds of inmates worshiping God passionately. According to God Behind Bars, 260 inmates were worshiping so loud “that the other 1600 men who don’t come to church could hear the words, ‘God loves them.’” Moreover, “hundreds have gotten saved at this prison.”
Worship Broke Out
Maverick City Music led the inmates to praise and worship with the song “How He Loves Us.” It became an emotional moment when they responded and genuinely worshiped God at the top of their lungs. The men boldly declared God’s unconditional love for them through singing.
“Each was in his element, passionately worshipping Him. With their hands raised, everyone felt the depth of His love for them,” wrote Faithpot.
After God Behind Bars shared the video, it went viral and created a buzz online. Now, it has more than 170,000 hearts and over 4,000 comments. Many Instagram users admitted how the video moved them to tears.
User cf_baller713 also wrote, “Nothing more beautiful than seeing that kind of work from God Hallelujah.”
Indeed, God had liberated these inmates when they genuinely welcomed Jesus in their hearts!
“So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” -John 8:36
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