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God of This City

Author: Peter Kernaghan

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Author: Aaron Boyd

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Author: Ian Jordan

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Author: Richard Bleakley

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Author: Andrew McCann

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Author: PeterComfort

Member of the band Bluetree. Bluetree is a contemporary Christian band from Northern Ireland. The band originated in Strandtown Christian Fellowship Church in 2004. Lead singer Aaron Boyd, claims it started out of frustration – “I was frustrated with the idea that worship is only to do with your heart. I don’t really agree with that. It’s bigger than just your heart attitude towards something. Like the idea that music can be secondary and as long as you love Jesus, that’s fine! I don’t think that’s right.” The band’s debut album, Great Things, was released in 2007, and its second studio album, Kingdom, was released in 2012. The band has a heart for social justice, and launched its charity “Stand Out International” in 2… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: You're the God of this city
Title: God of This City
Author: Peter Kernaghan
Author: Aaron Boyd
Author: Ian Jordan
Author: Richard Bleakley
Author: Andrew McCann
Author: PeterComfort

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Lift Up Your Hearts #277

Praise y Adoración #226a

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