The concert at Netherwood Baptist Church was a total blessing. The Don Moore Band, accompanied by the afternoon Praise Team, closed out the Tent Meeting with a powerful move of the Holy Ghost. Below is a portion of an article written by one of the participants, and we wanted to share it ...
"For the last band that ministered, Pastor Liz decided to move it indoors as we were losing daylight. We took our sound system down and got everything packed away just before darkness fell. I figured we’d go listen to the Don Moore band for just a bit before heading back to Albany. But what I didn’t know was this was just the beginning!
I walked into a room filled with people, dancing, clapping, praising the Lord and jumping. I actually could feel the floor shaking. God’s presence was certainly there. I heard someone say, “We came to church and a party broke out!” I could even see Jimmy our drummer clapping along. Me, Joe, Freddy, Dave, Sonia, Chris Milian, Ben Horrevoets and Laura Hawthorne all stood along the back dancing and singing along. It was a joy filled time…one that we didn’t want to end.
Pastor Don Moore closed the night with small prayer groups. I was in a group with Joe, Chris, and Susie, an elderly woman in a wheelchair whom I had just met. Susie, bound to her wheelchair, asked me to pray for pain in her hand. It brought me to tears ….we took turns praying for her and for each other. Chris said a lengthy and powerful prayer that made me realize we had a prayer warrior amongst us. I could see next to us a group with Jimmy, Dave, Freddy, Sonia and Ray all praying together…and Dave was lifting his hands in prayer. Everyone closed with a worship song, “This is the Air I Breathe” – and the ENTIRE room was singing and worshipping in spirit and in truth.
“And I …… I’m desperate for You. And I….. I’m lost without You.”
This was CHURCH….proof that God is alive…still working in our lives….through all of our worrying…..and all of our VAIN ways…He is STILL there with us! He was present all throughout the day, and brought the night to a close with a “grand finale”. "