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2,000 soldiers stand side-by-side to praise the glory of God with a powerful song

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 26, 2018
10:30 P.M.
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Jenny Reese Clark was so moved when she witnessed the 2,000 soldiers singing Reckless Love.

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On April 1, 2018, Clark attended the service at the Army base’s Doughboy Stadium, as reported by Inspire More.

She took to Facebook to share the powerful scene for others who couldn’t see it in person.

"It was fabulous day at Doughboy Stadium on Fort Benning as roughly 2,000 Army Soldiers gathered together to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ," she wrote.

Clark added: "As the words of the song 'Reckless Love' by Cory Asbury were sang the Holy Spirit moved among the crowd not just encouraging the men and women present, but causing some to give their hearts to Jesus for the very first time."

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Reckless Love became Cory Asbury's first No. 1 single on Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart.

On October 27, 2017, the song was released as the lead single from his second studio album, Reckless Love.

Another attendee also reported that during the morning’s service, there were 225 soldiers who “gave their hearts to Jesus.”

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On April 2, 2018, Clark also posted photos of 700 soldiers who gathered together in recognition of 100 years of service at Fort Benning.

"The Chaplain Corp gathered together to reenact the April 1st 1945 and 48 FDR Memorial and Horse Bowl Easter Services," she wrote.

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Clark added that she'll never forget the particular moment she spent worshiping in Chapel alongside soldiers.

"Their selfless service continues to be a shining example of the greatest love known among men and women today," she continued.

One of the comments in her post, by Nyhl Irvin, reads: "Awesome service as a Husband and wife Chaplain Ministry Team. Well done Caleb and Jenny, good and faithful servants!"

Another Facebook user, Karen Brown Wilson, wrote: " Amazing and a praise report! So do all 700 worship at the chapel? Great idea!"

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