I took my camera Friday night to the Skillet concert and captured a few pictures to share with you.
A huge thunderhead cloud kept inching closer and closer but the Lord kept the rain away until last night. We were blessed with 2 inches of glorious rain!
This sunset was gorgeous! I have no idea who these people are in my photo but I love everything about this. God is so awesome!
Finally it was time for Skillett! Woo hoo!
And this one who sang at the top of her lungs with the rest of us.
I didn't realize how loudly I was singing until I tried talking after Skillet was finished. I barely had a voice. Casting Crowns was the last band of the evening and I was so thankful that we stayed. I had forgotten how much I adore their praise and worship. They have a new album out that I need to get with a new song called "If We Ever Needed You." It is a beautiful song!
During one of the songs a young family in front of us decided to go home. It was already midnight and they were tired. The mom picked up her 3 year old son and mistakenly gives him the biggest wedgie. The funny part was that she had no idea, but the rest of us did.
Many people around us were raising their hands in worship and singing and then a little voice in the darkness loudly calls out, "My hinie! My hinie! My hinie!" and we all giggled a little bit because the mom still didn't have a clue. The young boy notices all of our attention, so he lowers his voice a little and changes his tune to, "My butt! My butt! My butt!" And we all cracked up laughing.