A clip shot at the top of Saint-Sulpice church in Paris for World Missionary Week

“It's good that something in this project is coming from Him rather than from us. This is the best way for the song to bear fruit, because the Lord knows what people need today. "

"Impossible to be silent". This is the title of the song of praise performed as part of World Missionary Week 2021, and whose clip was shot at the top of Saint-Sulpice church, in Paris.

Léonard Noël du Payrat is the composer of this song. He wanted "Do the works of God rather than the works for God".

“It's good that something in this project is coming from Him rather than from us. This is the best way for the song to bear fruit, because the Lord knows what people need today. "

He explains that the lyrics of this track originate from the book of Acts, chapter 4 and verse 20.

“As for us, we cannot but announce what we have seen and heard. "

This clip is the result of the collaboration of Catholic and Protestant artists. “Looking at all of this in a broader horizon”, explains Léonard Noël du Payrat, “I tell myself that the Lord wants us to be united and that this bears fruit in the mission”.

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