A worship leader celebrated President Trump’s historic meeting with Kim Jong Un Sunday as a “prophecy fulfilled” in the country that he described as the “darkest, hardest” place in the world for Christians.
Sean Feucht, penned lyrics for his song “Finish What You Started (Song for North Korea),” which was released in 2012 as part of an album called ‘Songs For Nations,” in the exact spot on the Korean Demilitarized Zone where Trump and Kim embraced before their 50-minute meeting — their third — in pursuit of peace. The song calls for peace and hope.
Through his non-profit, Light A Candle Project, the Bethel Music singer/songwriter goes into some of the most heavily persecuted areas for Christians worldwide and has seen incredible things happen. But he told Fox News he “never imagined that the song would come true.” click here to continue reading»
Picture: Sean Feucht, Bethel Music worship leader and founder of Light A Candle Foundation, wrote lyrics for a song for North Korea in the same spot President Trump embraced Kim Jong Un on soil in the Hermit Kingdom. (Courtesy of Sean Feucht)