- We're not going to get the lights right enough for a revival to start. We're not going to get the sound perfect enough for revival to start. We're not gonna write a good enough song for revival to start. It's gotta start in the heart. And that's each individual's heart.
We’re not going to get the lights right enough for a revival to start. We’re not going to get the sound perfect enough for revival to start. We’re not gonna write a good enough song for revival to start. It’s gotta start in the heart. And that’s each individual’s heart.
Family trio CLINE serves up an original worship anthem with “Worthy One.” The group — consisting of brothers Garrett and Darrick Cline and Garrett’s wife, Jacquelyn — enlists the help of Curb recording artist Mo Pitney for this congregational-friendly selection that finds Jacquelyn and Pitney harmonizing. Both a vertical offering of praise and a personal testament to the transformative power of Christ at work in our lives, “Worthy One” follows a string of new releases from CLINE, including “Anchor” and “Refuge.”
“Worthy One (feat. Mo Pitney)” was written by Mo Pitney, Garrett Cline, Jacquelyn Cline, Darrick Cline, and Curt Gibbs; and produced by Curt Gibbs.
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We just need to seek God and let all the other stuff happen the way it happens. We’re not going to get the lights right enough for a revival to start. We’re not going to get the sound perfect enough for revival to start. We’re not gonna write a good enough song for revival to start. It’s gotta start in the heart. And that’s each individual’s heart.
And then what we saw that the outpouring of God’s spirit seemed to happen when a lot of people got together and did that same thing. I think worship follows repentance. You know, it’s kind of like Act two. It’s like we come to Jesus, God, I’m sorry, forgive me turn. And Act two is worship and adoration. You know, every time you acknowledge that God has moved it should move you to a point of worship, whether you’re in your car, or riding down the street, or you’re at church on a Sunday morning and you know like, we see that,
and when Moses crosses the Red Sea, the very first thing that happens that- that’s in the, you know, in Scripture is that he sinks, you know, he calls the people to worship. And so, you know, to parallel with what we’ve been talking about in Revival, it’s God quite literally did something crazy that was not planned in a little town of Wilmore, Kentucky.
Right. God, parted the sea again. And on the other side of that, we worship. And I thank God. Ge gave us music and songs and things we can sing. And he welcomes that. But, you know, however the adoration comes out, whether it be in song or through speaking or or literally, you can’t speak because you’re in the presence of God.
That’s- to me, that’s the role of worship. You know, it’s the appropriate response to repentance, to the Red Sea moment.
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