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Spontaneous Worship - Jeremy Riddle

Spontaneous and prophetic moments are among the most lifechanging experiences during a worship service. What's the difference between spontaneous and prophetic worship? In this lesson, Jeremy Riddle discusses in depth a spontaneous moment he led during Bethel Music Worship School. He shares what it means to be a people of worship and the …

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Course Overview

Unit 1
Unit 1 - Brian & Jenn Johnson, Jeremy Riddle, Josh Baldwin
Unit 2
Unit 2 - Amanda Cook, Cory Asbury, Kristene DiMarco
Unit 3
Unit 3 - Jonathan Helser, Kalley Heiligenthal, The McClures
Unit 4
Unit 4 - Hunter Thompson, Sean Feucht, Steffany Gretzinger

Spontaneous VS Prophetic

  • “The spontaneous song isn’t about the worship leader but about the people digging into their own hearts and giving thanks to the Lord.”

  • “When a room finds their song and their voice, something opens up in worship in a whole new way.”

  • “The prophetic song is like a distinct impression that I can’t ignore. It sticks as something I need to sing out or act out on.”

  • “It’s all about the voice of God, and we learn to follow His voice.”


Singing Your Own Song

  • “We are called to be a people of worship, filled with thanksgiving and praise, ready to bring an offering at the drop of a hat.”

  • “If you don’t have anything in your well, it’s our job to fill it with praise and keep it flowing and bubbling.”

  • “It’s like the difference between buying a Hallmark card instead of writing out what that person means to you in your own words.”


Leading a Band

  • “Tell the band during rehearsal when you want to create time to let the song breath.”

  • “Sometimes the band doesn't read you well and go where you were planning to go, but you just keep going and you’ll get that moment back later.”

  • “It takes knowing who you’re leading with, and honoring the leader in spontaneous moments to keep the momentum going.”

  • “Being led while we are leading is what brings breakthrough.”