Behold the Lamb of God – Saint John’s Episcopal Church, Tulsa

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“Behold the Lamb of God”
Messiah – G. F. Handel
Saint John’s Choir and Baroque Orchestra
Timothy Brown, guest conductor
December 10. 2017

Saint John’s Episcopal Church
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Joseph Arndt, Organist/Choirmaster

Come to Onething 2017 // Behold. Become. Declare. // December 28-31 in Kansas City

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Join guests Todd White, Francis Chan, Jeremy Riddle, Bryan and Kaite Torwalt, and Hunter Thompson along with Mike Bickle, Misty Edwards, and IHOPKC worship leaders and speakers for the annual Onething Conference in Kansas City on December 28-31. The Onething conference is a gathering of young adults who have purposed in their hearts to live with abandonment and devotion to Jesus. We invite you to join 20,000 young adults in Kansas City this December to encounter Jesus through extended times of worship, teaching of the Word, and ministry in the power of the Spirit.

Our primary aim as we gather is to encounter the majesty and beauty of Jesus, our glorious King, that we might go forth empowered to do His works, be His voice, and see many lives changed.

The International House of Prayer (IHOPKC), founded by Mike Bickle, Misty Edwards, and twenty full-time intercessory missionaries, has been crying out to God in prayer with worship since September 19, 1999. More:


Grace Bible Church Presents Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God

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Grace Bible Church, Virginia Beach presents their 3rd annual performance of Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God.

“Behold Our God,” The Colonial Baptist Worship Team & Congregation

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This song is one of my favorites. This was from the April 23, 2017 service at Colonial Baptist Church in Virginia Beach. We had a few missing from the orchestra that day, but it was still great. I love congregational singing.

We Behold | Church of the City New York – Live in Hell’s Kitchen

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We are a generative community of Christians in the heart of New York City with a deep hunger to see modern revival in our time by declaring the renewing power of Christ over our city. We sing to bring ultimate glory to Jesus, to celebrate the redemptive work of salvation in our community, and to share the fruit of our praise with the Church. We long to see heaven crack though the darkness, and for the hearts of the prodigals in our city to return to the loving arms of their Father