The King’s Men tour is changing lives, entertaining minds and creating a new level of gospel excellence.
Here is just a taste of what you can expect to see.
Los Angeles- Charlotte Dorsey
First of all, the venue was perfect in terms of seating as well as the lighting. The sound system was appropriate and the temperature inside the theater also well controlled.
When I walked into the amphitheater, you could feel the power of the anointing already in that place. It was electrifying and I’m going to say up front, right now, this needs to happen again in Los Angeles. I knew I had to write a review and tried hard to remember specific points to share but I must admit I lost my focus especially when Kirk started with Melodies in Heaven, it was unbelievable. Although he had his own singers, he also had another choir which was the entire audience as there was total participation.
All I have to say when it comes to Donnie McClurkin is “I call him Holy”. I’ve never seen Donnie in person but I know and sing all of his songs. There is something about watching Donnie sing for the Lord, you know he had a direct connection with the holy-spirit and it comes through song.
It’s so wonderful to hear about the Israel’s sponsorship of a child in Africa and his encouragement of others to spend so little to save a life was completely compassionate and heart surrendering.
Last but not least, Marvin Sapp touched my soul as he shared his love and memories of wife whom he lost a few years ago. He was so transparent and I’m sure so many people could relate to his loss but also could relate to how God has kept him, his mind, his family, his faith. Something that we all experience and should talk more about the goodness of God and how he keeps us in peace while in the midst of a loss. I loss my mom to cancer on Thanksgiving Day, November 2011 and taking the time to grieve or shall I say not taking the time to grieve is exactly where I am today which is something Marvin spoke about.
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Franklin, who was very much the star of the show, kept the crowd up on their feet with his collection of hits and energetic performance style. At one point, to the delight of the enthusiastic audience, he was even up dancing on tables adjacent to the stage.
Donnie McClurkin’s “How Great Is Our God” was a crowd pleaser. Everyone sang along waving their arms as if they were back in church.
Sapp gave a heartfelt performance, which paid tribute to his late wife, MaLinda, who lost her battle with colon cancer in 2010. When he belted out My Testimony, the crowds were mesmerized by his strength to overcome trials and tribulations.
Houghton, a worship leader from Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church in Houston, had the voice of an angel. He delivered his hit song, “Again I Say Rejoice,” with the spirit of a sermon.
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