A presenter on a popular US morning television programme said she wanted "to start crying" after watching a performance by the Christian worship band, Hillsong
Hoba Kobt from the TODAY show spoke of her emotion after the group from Sydney, Australia, delivered their track "Oceans" at NBC's Studio 1A in New York City.
Songwriter and worship leader for Hillsong United, Joel Houston, told Hoda Kobt and her co-anchor Kathie Lee: "I don't know why God used a little youth band from a church in the outer suburbs of Sydney, but for some reason He's given us the opportunity."
Hillsong is due to release a new documentary called "Let Hope Rise" next week, which it says "explores Hillsong's humble beginnings and astonishing rise to prominence as an international church whose songs are sung every Sunday by more than 50 million people worldwide."
Houston added: "In the end, our success is not about us, it's all about God. You take Him out of the equation, you got nothing."
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