In the presence of the Lord





God is moving. This we know. And to a person, every Jesus Music artist and influencer participating in this event, Creating a New Song of Deliverance and Hope, is anticipating something coming.

The energy is palpable. The blood is flowing and the heart beating. It is an awakening of a vision: to bring forward the Jesus Movement’s prophetic message to a waiting generation.

You do not want to miss seeing those who have consistently lived within the prophetic message over these last 50 years. Help us welcome on Saturday, February 11 at 7:00 Eastern Paul Clark, Nancy Honeytree, Glenn Kaiser, Barry McGuire, Randy Stonehill, John Fischer, Noel Paul Stookey and Ingemar Olsson.

Come and hear this prophetic message for our times. Register today ( to be part of this special event on February 11 at 7:00 Eastern. 

Those registering before February 11 at 4:00 Eastern will receive John Fischer’s album Dark Horse and his fiction novel Dark Horse audio book. Expect to receive special surprise gifts from some of our guest artists!

REGISTER NOW (creatinganewsong.comto gain access to the Creating A New Song of Deliverance and Hope event on February 11 at 7:00 Eastern, 6:00 Central and 4:00 Pacific. 

A link will be emailed out close to the date of the event to those who register

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I have finally found a place to live

In the presence of the Lord

           – Eric Clapton

That was then; this is now. My purpose for turning back the clock on the Jesus Movement is to show how God periodically breaks in on history, and when He does, it’s to bring us back to Jesus. Jesus alone. Simplify. Clear out the clutter. And it’s not just the message about Jesus we’re talking about, it is the person and presence of Jesus. Jesus and nothing else. It’s the presence that changes everything.

How easy it is for the church and Christians in general to drift to other matters of importance that crowd out Jesus and the whole point of being a Christian. Things like church attendance, politics, social issues, religion, morality, fear, safety, and the creation of a Christian culture can all dominate our time and attention, and suddenly, we are no longer focused on the presence of the Lord. We are taken up with other things. They may be good things, but the good will always be the enemy of the best if the good is all you have. The best is Jesus; and when you have Jesus, you have everything else.

The Jesus Movement was actually ushered in by the secular culture. The Holy Spirit set the stage. As early as the mid-sixties the pop market saw a number of songs about the end of the world, judgment day and getting right with God. Jesus started showing up in popular song lyrics, and then in 1969, in their only album as Blind Faith, Steve Winwood sang Eric Clapton’s, “I have finally found a place to live in the presence of the Lord.” The second time he sings,“I have finally found a way to live in the color of the Lord,” and to me, that is a poetic statement of what happens when you live in the presence of the Lord: His presence colors everything.

When everything is focused on the Lord, everything reflects His glory and His intentions. You live in the color of the Lord.

This is what we have been waiting for. We are at that place in history again where Jesus is breaking through. Look and listen. Distinctions are falling away. The division that has caused so much hurt and pain is over when Jesus comes. In Jesus we are all one. There is no distinction in Christ — no class, no male or female, Jew or Greek, slave or free, rich or poor, Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative. In Christ we are one — “one body and one Spirit, just as [we] were called to one hope when [we] were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all” (Ephesians 4:4-6).

It’s all about Jesus. And when we step into Jesus, we come together as one, in the presence of the Lord.

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