Heart for worship

I’m about to get some sleep after a great night at Living Proof Live Charlotte (9,400 strong), but I just had to share this video. I just saw it when I was getting tonight’s pictures and videos off of my camera and onto my computer – and it so perfectly sums up the heart for worship that’s shared by Travis and his praise team.
This is sweet Julie. And what I love – what I LOVE – is that it wouldn’t have mattered if there were 9,000 or 900 or 9 or NO people in that arena. She wasn’t performing; it wasn’t even her turn to sing. But she was flat-out worshiping. For an audience of One.

“Ascribe to the LORD the glory of His name; bring an offering and come before Him. Worship the LORD in the splendor of [His] holiness; tremble before Him, all the earth. The world is firmly established; it cannot be shaken.” – 1 Chronicles 16:29-30, HCSB


  1. Dori says

    I am SO GLAD you posted this and said what you said about Julie.
    Julie is my friend. I have sung with Julie on a team before in front of 50 people and her passion for worshiping God is just as authentic and real in front of them as if she were standing in front of thousands!
    I have prayed for and been prayed for by Julie and she doesn’t just praise him in with song, but she is one of the most powerful prayer warriors I have ever known.
    My favorite “Julie” moment didn’t come at LPL, but at church one Sunday morning a few years ago. In the middle of worship, our pastor literally handpicked her from the choir, pulled her to center stage. She went straight down on 2 knees and sang, “Jesus, Jesus, there’s just something about that Name. Master, Savior, Jesus, like the fragrance after the rain. Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, let all Heaven and earth proclaim! Kings and kingdoms will all pass away, but there’s something about that Name!”
    And I could almost physically feel Heaven hush and God and His precious Son lean in closer to hear. I still get goosebumps when I think about it.
    Julie loves Him so!! Thanks for posting this pic!
    Blessings, friend,
    P.S. On a side note, I think it was also that same Sunday that I told my husband “When I die, have Julie Goss sing at my funeral.” He replied, “Should I book her now?” GOOBER!

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