The #4 Top Moment of 2013 was another one from Silver Dollar City's Southern Gospel Picnic. This time it came courtesy of Greater Vision. The group sang on Sunday night in Echo Hollow. While the entire night was full of great singing by Greater Vision it was a moment where the entire audience joined in that was a highlight.
During the second half of the concert, Gerald Wolfe stated that they had several requests from people to hear hymns and to hear him play the piano. They decided to combine the requests and have Gerald play hymns on the piano. He took requests from different sections of the audience for hymns to play. He combined the hymns "He Touched Me," "Amazing Grace," "The Old Rugged Cross," "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" and "How Great Thou Art." As he started playing, the audience joined in and sang along. A choir of more than 3,000 voices in the Ozark Mountains got a glimpse of what Heaven will be like that night. It was an incredible time of worship with just voices, a piano and timeless hymns glorifying our God.
It was a moment that will definitely be talked about for years to come. Gerald stated that when they got on the bus that night that was what they would be talking about. They closed the night with "God Wants to Hear You Sing," and that night he heard a choir of thousands in a hollow in the Ozarks.
Countdown continues after Christmas!