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“Let us rejoice and be glad and give him glory! For the wedding of the Lamb has come, and his bride has made herself ready (Rev. 19:7).”
What would it look like for our worship and witness to be filled with this kind of spontaneous joy?
I like this. A lot. But can you really call it “spontaneous”? It is everything but.
I think what we can rather learn from this is that a joyful life is contagious.
very interesting and refreshing.
Very good God bless u all
I agree with JustAGuy. Spontaneous? No. Fun? Yeah. Just wondering who actually choreographed all this and how they rehearsed this with all this many people. Interesting, anyway. Thanks for sharing.
this is Russia, Moscow and the last words they sing in russian ” Putin Molodetz”, it mean Putin which is the president right now, is a good guy. So they just praise their president. I think it was organised by some more pro russia political group. It is usual to thanks president or important people with some like this, because he wouldn’t like some other present (in terms of money). this is more delightful. and you right, this is not spontaneous, it’s organised, and i would say pure good.
Praise your God with higher honor, He did much more for you.
Really enjoyed this! What an awesome way to witness to our Lord! Don’t think they needed to learn as a large group– for the most part, the main body of dancers probably got the routine down on their own and then came together to perform it. Can anyone think of a really upbeat Christian song that a flash mob could dance to??
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