Jubilee Kyiv Inspires Through Graceful Concert Performance

Ukrainian national representative

Feb 15, 2017

 

Ukrainian national representative of Jubilee Sergei Cherevatenko shared his great experience from the last concert. He played the famous composition Emmanuel written by Michel Colombier.

And before his solo, he prayed for few days, "Lord, please, allow all these people who will listen to this music to experience Your great presence, please guide me and allow to be an instrument that worships You."

Amazingly many other musicians came to Sergei after the concert and shared that during exactly the composition they experienced very great feeling and could not explain them logically. Sergei explained to them that meaning of this composition is Emmanuel (God is with us) and after short testimony invited some people to attend the church and the football fellowship.

Please, pray for the great movement of Jubilee mission in Ukraine and many people could meet Lord Savior through music.

 

 

 

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