Who would have thought the Experience would have been so real to me via YouTube! It was so worth it. I literally felt like God gave me a hug!
I enjoyed Don Moen and his refreshing, ever green music and was tickled when he sang igbo on stage with Frank Edwards. I felt God’s reassuring presence and His liquid love, asking me to trust Him over certain things I asked.
I also enjoyed Lenny LeBlanc’s ‘There is None Like You’, featuring a nice harmony from the back up singer. It reminded me of good times in Sovereign Army when Sir Lenny came over.
Ranti’s operatic duet of ‘The Prayer’ with a with a robust male classical voice was very nice.Gabriel Eziashi sang his highlife ‘aka’ piece and ‘ My Praise. I enjoyed Nikki Laoye’s spunk backing up
There was a quartet rendition of ‘You Raise Me Up’ consisting of Donnie Mcklurkin, Glowreeyah Braimah, Nwando Omoshebi and Micah Stampley with a violin accompaniment and choir back ups. I really enjoyed Micah’s high pitched ooohs and licks with his incredible vocal depth. I also liked when Donnie and Micah sang the chorus again, matching pitch. Akpororo was hilarious as always, giving the evening extra fun.
I was very challenged by Pastor Paul Adefarasin’s exhorting christians engage in the polity. He said we don’t really have power if we merely have spiritual power. We must have political, economic and cultural power. It was also lovely to see Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, beaming like the brightness of the firmament and Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo sitting with her quiet poise.
Cece Winans was really amazing, singing old time favourites like Alabaster Box, Mercy Said No with such a strong presence of God. I was just reminded of how much I love Cece Winans! Smokie Norful was upbeat and cool.
Travis Green was the star of the show, he’s the revving up the night the Lawrence Flowers way and his very personal testimonies.
So that’s it folks.
Tell me your higlights of #TE11
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