Love Broke Thru - Phil Keaggy and Randy Stonehill Live





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Published on Feb 6, 2010

This was a special night, with Phil Keaggy and Randy Stonehill performing at LeTourneau University in Longview, TX (2/5/10). When the two performed the song that Stonehill co-wrote with Keith Green (the song that was also one of Keaggy's big hits), it was a blessed event. Thankfully, the two allowed videotaping at the concert. It was a blessed evening indeed!

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Jimmy Hendrix is quoted as saying Phil was the greatest guitar player alive!!! I concur!! :-) What a blessing these guys were, & Keith & yes, Larry Norman as well . . . for being themselves & bringing joy to our lives. I miss the Jesus Movement . . . what times. Sigh.
Rick Chalk
Whoa. Just whoa.
This was a breakthrough song for me as a young Christian.
Loved it. Thanks for sharing. Have seen them both in concerts a number of times through the years, but never together.
I believe this is the very best performance of this song that these two brothers have ever brought us. Truly missing Keith's keyboardsmanship and three-part harmony on this jewel; but listening again, I thought I heard him! Ah, one fine day...
Jim McNeely
You mean humans are imperfect? Even human Christ-followers? Stunning...
Exactly :)
Yes :)
Oh, you mean Mike Warnke. Big disappointment and greatly disillusioned. But the televangelists like Jimmy Swaggart and Jim Bakker and Jerry Falwell never disappointed me... because I never believed in them in the first place.
Nostalgia colored goggles... You can hardly say it's ALL show business any more than you could say it was ALL-real-no-show back then.
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