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Multicultural Worship Song: Inta Sid Al Kon [Arabic Juba, English]

A band from our Proskuneo School of the Arts (a mix of teachers and students from Sudan, Syria, Burma, USA, and Democratic Republic of Congo) led worship recently at the Sudanese church here in Clarkston. I originally learned this song from a Sudanese worship leader I call my twin brother, and every time I sing it, I think of him. In this video, I am especially proud of our piano player. Raheal is Sudanese, and has been taking classes and lessons at our Proskuneo School of the Arts since we began in 2012. This is the first time she has ever played in church, and the first time she ever played with a band. Amazing. This is one reason the Proskuneo School of the Arts exists.

CHORUS IN ARABIC (transliterated):

Inta sid al kon | Kul el ar milka | Kul le sho-op hadjik | Tes jut le shakh sak.



You are Lord of all | All the earth is Yours. | All the nations come | Worship and bow down.


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