I Can’t Stand It Any Longer. Let’s Half-hour Livestream: Thursday Feb 28, Noon CST (5-song Playlist)

Hey, Sisters! If you tuned into the livestream or watched the video afterward, this is the post where you leave a  comment with your current 5-praise-song play list! LET’S HEAR IT!!!!! Thank you so much for the privilege to serve you. I have such a great affection for you. May Christ cloak you this day with a practically palpable garment of praise.

In case you missed the original livestream, you can still watch it by clicking here!



I miss you guys and your interaction so much right now! In full on writing isolation. For those of you who can, let’s hop on and livestream straight up 12:00 noon (CST) Thursday, February 28th (tomorrow, if you’re getting this on Wednesday). We’ll say hi, have a quick devotion, and pray together. SEE YOU THEN! I love you so much!

To join in with us tomorrow, simply click on this link a minute or two before we air and you’ll be good to go.

And just a friendly reminder for you early birds, if you arrive too early, you’ll see that it is password protected. This is so that we can get it set up and ready to go without an audience. Laughing. If you’ll be patient with us, we will remove the password about ten minutes prior to going live. So don’t let the password mess with you! It will come down right on time.

Also, as always, if you’ve having a problem accessing the livestream channel through the link provided, you can also find us by simply typing “Living Proof Ministries Livestream” into Google.


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  1. 301
    Linda Gammon says:

    I was intrigued by your comments about Jonny Lang and found his That Great Day on YouTube and promptly downloaded it from Amazon. It’s at the top of my playlist right now followed by JJ Heller’s Painted Red, Not Mine Anyway, and Kingdom Come. And finally, Kari Jobe’s Steady My Heart.

  2. 302
    Tammy says:

    1. Forever Reign– Hillsong

    2. I life my Hands–Chris Tomlin

    3. 10,000 Reasons–Matt Redman

    4. Your Grace is Enough–Chris Tomlin

    5. One Thing Remains–Soul Survivor

  3. 303
    Vickie says:

    I hope thisis not too late…
    My top five THIS week:
    1.Take Me To The King—Tamela Mann
    2.The First Time–Mercy Me
    3. Redeemed–Big Daddy Weave
    4. Need You Now–Plumb
    5. I Won’t Let Go–Rascal Flatts

    All from itunes.

  4. 304
    Lori says:


    My apologies for not posting my “PMS” Playlist after our “livestream” last week. Little did I know that I would need to rely on that playlist so soon after our ‘chat’. My Aunt (who I was somewhat close to) passed away last week of Alzheimer’s, and unfortunately, I was the one to break the news to my Mom (her Sister). I was an emotional wreck all week, and unfortunately due to finances was unable to fly out for the funeral, which made the week even harder. I am still reeling from everything and really struggling with depression right now.

    So for me to have to come up with just 5 “PMS” Songs after the week I have had, and am having is tough…I am listening to that playlist right now, and to just choose 5…WOW…what a task. If I HAD to limit it the 5 most “effective” for me, they would be (in no particular order):

    1. “Somewhere Down The Road” (Amy Grant)

    2. How Great Is Our God (Chris Tomlin)

    3. One Thing Remains (Matt Redman)

    4. Arms of Love (Amy Grant)

    5. It Is Well With My Soul

    6. Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Sorry….I just had to add another…)

  5. 305
    Amiee Nichole says:

    I have been sitting here reading this site and the comments and testimonies all day, while trying to ignore the overwhelming urge to STILL pick up the pipe a few feet away from me, even though I know this is slowly killing me.

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