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Planetshakers In DUMC

An unexpected event to DUMC to witness The Planetshakers... The night before we went to KL, we were told that the Planet Shakers were having a three nights Awakening in DUMC and I was excited when I heard about it. We started our journey around 5.30pm and only managed to reach DUMC at 7pm! The jam in KL was really terrible... I kept telling myself that I wouldn't want to stay in Klang valley... ever... hahahaa... 

My kids were here for a purpose, Andy had to attend an interview and it is really a good time that Planet Shakers are in town as well.  Tonight is the last Awakening and I am sure it will be as crowded as it was last night...

 Slowly the hall began to fill ... 
The hall can easily fill in thousands... 
  See any familiar faces here... ? :)
While waiting, we did something interesting.. to both of us...
Soon it began to start...
The music is awesome.. the drummer is fantastic
And so were the other musicians too..
Soon it began... Planet Shakers....
It was a really a night of Awakening... 
A memorable night indeed... 

The Planetshakers band is an Australian rock and worship band, a part of Planetshakers's ministry. Their music is a contemporary style of praise and worship tempered with mainstream rock and pop.

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  1. Mmm...... I'm not familiar with the band, but I bet you had a great time!

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    1. Yes, we did... the anointing is certainly there..

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  2. So nice ! For me, nowadays I want to go church also difficult !

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  3. I only know Hillsong. Oh? You went to KL? Hmmmm....Sibu when?

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  4. Great that you have a great awakening & memorable night. Hoping for more to come.

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  5. Wow! A truly memorable night. Regardless of the jam and big crowd I am sure it worth everything. ;)

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  6. that's something nice for a change.

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  7. Must be very entertaining. I did not know of such group - worship and rock! Wow!

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  8. Yes please don't live in KL unless you wanna be stressed out. How I wish I could move back and retire in Penang.

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  9. This is so cool, which is why I love to watch live concert!!! =]

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