Petra (Arabic: البتراء, Al-Batrāʾ; Ancient Greek: Πέτρα), originally known as Raqmu, is a historical and archaeological city in southern Jordan. Petra lies on the slope of Jabal Al-Madbah in a basin among the mountains which form the eastern flank of Arabah valley that run from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Petra is believed to have been settled as early as 9,000 BC, and it was possibly established in the 4th century BC as the capital city of the Nabataean Kingdom. The Nabataeans were nomadic Arabs who invested in Petra's proximity to the trade routes by establishing it as a major regional trading hub.
The trading business gained the Nabataeans considerable revenue and Petra became the focus of their wealth, drawing the envy of its neighbors. The earliest recorded historical reference to Petra was when the Greek Antigonids raided the city in 312 BC. The Nabataeans were, unlike their enemies, accustomed to living in the barren deserts, and were able to repel attacks by utilizing the area's mountainous terrain. They were particularly skillful in harvesting rainwater, agriculture and stone carving. Petra flourished in the 1st century AD when its famous Khazneh structure–believed to be the mausoleum of the Nabataean King Aretas IV–was constructed, and its population peaked at an estimated 20,000 inhabitants.
Although the Nabataean Kingdom became a client state for the Roman Empire in the first century BC, it was only in 106 AD that they lost their independence. Petra fell to the Romans who annexed and renamed Nabataea to Arabia Petraea. Petra's importance declined as sea trade routes emerged, and after a 363 earthquake destroyed many structures. The Byzantine Era witnessed the construction of several Christian churches, but the city continued to decline, and by the early Islamic era became an abandoned place where only a handful of nomads lived. It remained unknown to the world until it was rediscovered in 1812 by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt.
The city is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system. Another name for Petra is the Rose City due to the color of the stone out of which it is carved. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. UNESCO has described it as "one of the most precious cultural properties of man's cultural heritage". Petra is a symbol of Jordan, as well as Jordan's most-visited tourist attraction. Tourist numbers peaked at 1 million in 2010, the following period witnessed a slump due to regional instability. However, tourist numbers have picked up recently, and around 600,000 tourists visited the site in 2017.

Geography


Pliny the Elder and other writers identify Petra as the capital of the Tadeanos and the center of their caravan trade. Enclosed by towering rocks and watered by a perennial stream, Petra not only possessed the advantages of a fortress, but controlled the main commercial routes which passed through it to Gaza in the west, to Bosra and Damascus in the north, to Aqaba and Leuce Come on the Red Sea, and across the desert to the Persian Gulf.Excavations have demonstrated that it was the ability of the Nabataeans to control the water supply that led to the rise of the desert city, creating an artificial oasis. The area is visited by flash floods, and archaeological evidence demonstrates the Nabataeans controlled these floods by the use of dams, cisterns and water conduits. These innovations stored water for prolonged periods of drought and enabled the city to prosper from its sale.
In ancient times, Petra might have been approached from the south on a track leading across the plain of Petra, around Jabal Haroun ("Aaron's Mountain"), the location of the Tomb of Aaron, said to be the burial-place of Aaron, brother of Moses. Another approach was possibly from the high plateau to the north. Today, most modern visitors approach the site from the east. The impressive eastern entrance leads steeply down through a dark, narrow gorge (in places only 3–4 m (9.8–13.1 ft) wide) called the Siq ("the shaft"), a natural geological feature formed from a deep split in the sandstone rocks and serving as a waterway flowing into Wadi Musa. At the end of the narrow gorge stands Petra's most elaborate ruin, Al Khazneh (popularly known as and meaning "the Treasury"), hewn into the sandstone cliff. While remaining in remarkably preserved condition, the face of the structure is marked by hundreds of bullet holes made by the local Bedouin tribes that hoped to dislodge riches that were once rumored to be hidden within it.
A little further from the Treasury, at the foot of the mountain called en-Nejr, is a massive theatre, positioned so as to bring the greatest number of tombs within view. At the point where the valley opens out into the plain, the site of the city is revealed with striking effect. The amphitheatre has been cut into the hillside and into several of the tombs during its construction. Rectangular gaps in the seating are still visible. Almost enclosing it on three sides are rose-colored mountain walls, divided into groups by deep fissures and lined with knobs cut from the rock in the form of towers.

History


Indigenous rule


By 2010 BC, some of the earliest recorded farmers had settled in Beidha, a pre-pottery settlement just north of Petra. Petra is listed in Egyptian campaign accounts and the Amarna letters as Pel, Sela or Seir. Though the city was founded relatively late, a sanctuary has existed there since very ancient times. The Jewish historian, Josephus (ca. 37–100), describes the region as inhabited by the Madianite nation as early as 1340 BC, and that the nation was governed by five kings, whom he names: "Rekem; the city which bears his name ranks highest in the land of the Arabs and to this day is called by the whole Arabian nation, after the name of its royal founder, Rekeme: called Petra by the Greeks." The famed architecture of Petra, and other Nabataean sites, was built during indigenous rule in early antiquity, often involving Greek architects.The Nabataeans were one among several nomadic Bedouin tribes that roamed the Arabian Desert and moved with their herds to wherever they could find pasture and water. They became familiar with their area as seasons passed, and they struggled to survive during bad years when seasonal rainfall diminished. Although the Nabataeans were initially embedded in Aramaic culture, theories about them having Aramean roots are rejected by modern scholars. Instead, archaeological, religious and linguistic evidence confirm that they are a northern Arabian tribe.
The Semitic name of the city, if not Sela, remains unknown. The passage in Diodorus Siculus (xix. 94–97) which describes the expeditions which Antigonus sent against the Nabataeans in 312 BC is understood to throw some light upon the history of Petra, but the "petra" (rock) referred to as a natural fortress and place of refuge cannot be a proper name and the description implies that the metropolis was not yet in existence, although its place was used by Arabians.The name "Rekem" was inscribed in the rock wall of the Wadi Musa opposite the entrance to the Siq. However, Jordan built a bridge over the wadi and this inscription was buried beneath tons of concrete.

Mid-Antiquity

In AD 106, when Cornelius Palma was governor of Syria, the part of Arabia under the rule of Petra was absorbed into the Roman Empire as part of Arabia Petraea and became its capital. The native dynasty came to an end but the city continued to flourish under Roman rule. It was around this time that the Petra Roman Road was built. A century later, in the time of Alexander Severus, when the city was at the height of its splendor, the issue of coinage comes to an end. There is no more building of sumptuous tombs, owing apparently to some sudden catastrophe, such as an invasion by the neo-Persian power under the Sassanid Empire. Meanwhile, as Palmyra (fl. 130–270) grew in importance and attracted the Arabian trade away from Petra, the latter declined. It appears, however, to have lingered on as a religious centre. Another Roman road was constructed at the site. Epiphanius of Salamis (c.315–403) writes that in his time a feast was held there on December 25 in honor of the virgin Khaabou (Chaabou) and her offspring Dushara. Dushara and al-Uzza were two of the main deities of the city, which otherwise included many idols from other Nabatean deities such as Allat and Manat.

Late Antiquity to Early Middle Ages


Petra declined rapidly under Roman rule, in large part from the revision of sea-based trade routes. In 363 an earthquake destroyed many buildings, and crippled the vital water management system. The last inhabitants abandoned the city (further weakened by another major earthquake in 551) when the Arabs conquered the region in 663. The old city of Petra was the capital of the Byzantine province of Palaestina III and many churches were excavated in and around Petra from the Byzantine era. In one of them more than 150 papyri were discovered which contained mainly contracts. The ruins of Petra were an object of curiosity during the Middle Ages and were visited by Sultan Baibars of Egypt towards the end of the 13th century.

19th century


The first European to describe them was Swiss traveller Johann Ludwig Burckhardt during his travels in 1812. At that time, the Greek Church of Jerusalem operated a diocese in Al Karak named Battra (باطره in Arabic, and Πέτρας in Greek) and it was the opinion among the clergy of Jerusalem that Kerak was the ancient city of Petra.
The Scottish painter David Roberts visited Petra in 1839, and returned to England with sketches and stories of the encounter with local tribes.
Because the structures weakened with age, many of the tombs became vulnerable to thieves, and many treasures were stolen. In 1929, a four-person team, consisting of British archaeologists Agnes Conway and George Horsfield, Palestinian physician and folklore expert Dr Tawfiq Canaan and Dr Ditlef Nielsen, a Danish scholar, excavated and surveyed Petra.
Numerous scrolls in Greek and dating to the Byzantine period were discovered in an excavated church near the Winged Lion Temple in Petra in December 1993.

T. E. Lawrence

In October 1917, as part of a general effort to divert Ottoman military resources away from the British advance before the Third Battle of Gaza, a revolt of Arabs in Petra was led by British Army officer T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) against the Ottoman regime. The Bedouin women living in the vicinity of Petra and under the leadership of Sheik Khallil's wife were gathered to fight in the revolt of the city. The rebellions, with the support of British military, were able to devastate the Ottoman forces.

Late 20th century: World Heritage Site designation


The Bidoul/Bidul or Petra Bedouin were forcibly resettled from their cave dwellings in Petra to Umm Sayhoun/ Um Seihun by the Jordanian government in 1985, prior to the UNESCO designation process. Here, they were provided with block-built housing with some infrastructure including in particular a sewage and drainage system. Among the six communities in the Petra Region, Umm Sayhoun is one of the smaller communities. The village of Wadi Musa is the largest in the area, inhabited largely by the Layathnah Bedouin, and is now the closest settlement to the visitor centre, the main entrance via the Siq and the archaeological site generally. Umm Sayhoun gives access to the 'back route' into the site, the Wadi Turkmaniyeh pedestrian route.
On December 6, 1985, Petra was designated a World Heritage Site. In a popular poll in 2007, it was also named one of the New7Wonders of the World.
The Bidouls belong to one of the Bedu tribes whose cultural heritage and traditional skills were proclaimed by UNESCO on the Intangible Cultural Heritage List in 2005 and inscribed in 2008.
In 2011, following an 11-month project planning phase, the Petra Development and Tourism Region Authority in Association with DesignWorkshop and JCP s.r.l published a Strategic Master Plan that guides planned development of the Petra Region. This is intended to guide planned development of the Petra Region in an efficient, balanced and sustainable way over the next 20 years for the benefit of the local population and of Jordan in general. As part of this, a Strategic Plan was developed for Umm Sayhoun and surrounding areas.
The process of developing the Strategic Plan considered the area's needs from five points of view:
a socio-economic perspective
the perspective of Petra Archaeological Park
the perspective of Petra’s tourism product
a land use perspective
an environmental perspective

Petra today

27 sites in Petra are now available on Google Street View.
In 2016, archaeologists discovered a large, previously unknown monumental structure buried beneath the sands of Petra using satellite imagery.

Issues


The site suffers from a host of threats, including collapse of ancient structures, erosion from flooding and improper rainwater drainage, weathering from salt upwelling, improper restoration of ancient structures and unsustainable tourism. The last has increased substantially, especially since the site received widespread media coverage in 2007 during the New Seven Wonders of the World Internet and cellphone campaign.
In an attempt to reduce the impact of these threats, the Petra National Trust (PNT) was established in 1989. It has worked with numerous local and international organizations on projects that promote the protection, conservation, and preservation of the Petra site. Moreover, UNESCO and ICOMOS recently collaborated to publish their first book on human and natural threats to the sensitive World Heritage sites. They chose Petra as its first and the most important example of threatened landscapes. A book released in 2012, Tourism and Archaeological Heritage Management at Petra: Driver to Development or Destruction?, was the first in a series of important books to address the very nature of these deteriorating buildings, cities, sites, and regions. The next books in the series of deteriorating UNESCO World Heritage Sites will include Machu Picchu, Angkor Wat, and Pompeii.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) released a video in 2018 highlighting abuse against working animals in Petra. PETA claimed that animals are forced to carry tourists or pull carriages every day. The video showed handlers beating and whipping working animals, with beatings intensifying when animals faltered. PETA also revealed some wounded animals, including camels with fly infested, open wounds. The Jordanian authority running the site responded by opening up a veterinarian clinic, and by spreading awareness among animal handlers.

Religion

The Nabataeans worshipped Arab gods and goddesses during the pre-Islamic era as well as a few of their deified kings. One, Obodas I, was deified after his death. Dushara was the primary male god accompanied by his three female deities: Al-‘Uzzá, Allat and Manāt. Many statues carved in the rock depict these gods and goddesses. New evidence indicates that broader Edomite, and Nabataean theology had strong links to Earth-Sun relationships, often manifested in the orientation of prominent Petra structures to equinox and solstice sunrises and sunsets.
A stele dedicated to Qos-Allah 'Qos is Allah' or 'Qos the god', by Qosmilk (melech – king) is found at Petra (Glueck 516). Qos is identifiable with Kaush (Qaush) the God of the older Edomites. The stele is horned and the seal from the Edomite Tawilan near Petra identified with Kaush displays a star and crescent (Browning 28), both consistent with a moon deity. It is conceivable that the latter could have resulted from trade with Harran (Bartlett 194). There is continuing debate about the nature of Qos (qaus – bow) who has been identified both with a hunting bow (hunting god) and a rainbow (weather god) although the crescent above the stele is also a bow.
Nabatean inscriptions in Sinai and other places display widespread references to names including Allah, El and Allat (god and goddess), with regional references to al-Uzza, Baal and Manutu (Manat) (Negev 11). Allat is also found in Sinai in South Arabian language. Allah occurs particularly as Garm-'allahi – god dedided (Greek Garamelos) and Aush-allahi – 'gods covenant' (Greek Ausallos). We find both Shalm-lahi 'Allah is peace' and Shalm-allat, 'the peace of the goddess'. We also find Amat-allahi 'she-servant of god' and Halaf-llahi 'the successor of Allah'.The Monastery, Petra's largest monument, dates from the 1st century BC. It was dedicated to Obodas I and is believed to be the symposium of Obodas the god. This information is inscribed on the ruins of the Monastery (the name is the translation of the Arabic "Ad Deir").
Christianity found its way to Petra in the 4th century AD, nearly 500 years after the establishment of Petra as a trade center. Athanasius mentions a bishop of Petra (Anhioch. 10) named Asterius. At least one of the tombs (the "tomb with the urn"?) was used as a church. An inscription in red paint records its consecration "in the time of the most holy bishop Jason" (447). After the Islamic conquest of 629–632 Christianity in Petra, as of most of Arabia, gave way to Islam. During the First Crusade Petra was occupied by Baldwin I of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and formed the second fief of the barony of Al Karak (in the lordship of Oultrejordain) with the title Château de la Valée de Moyse or Sela. It remained in the hands of the Franks until 1189. It is still a titular see of the Catholic Church.
Two Crusader-period castles are known in and around Petra. The first is al-Wu'ayra and is situated just north of Wadi Musa. It can be viewed from the road to "Little Petra". It is the castle of Valle Moise which was seized by a band of Turks with the help of local Muslims and only recovered by the Crusaders after they began to destroy the olive trees of Wadi Musa. The potential loss of livelihood led the locals to negotiate surrender. The second is on the summit of el-Habis in the heart of Petra and can be accessed from the West side of the Qasr al-Bint.
According to Arab tradition, Petra is the spot where Moses (Musa) struck a rock with his staff and water came forth, and where Moses' brother, Aaron (Harun), is buried, at Mount Hor, known today as Jabal Haroun or Mount Aaron. The Wadi Musa or "Wadi of Moses" is the Arab name for the narrow valley at the head of which Petra is sited. A mountaintop shrine of Moses' sister Miriam was still shown to pilgrims at the time of Jerome in the 4th century, but its location has not been identified since.

In popular culture

Literature
Petra is the main topic in John William Burgon's sonnet "Petra" which won the Newdigate Prize in 1845. The poem refers to Petra as the inaccessible city which he had heard described but had never seen:It seems no work of Man's creative hand,
by labour wrought as wavering fancy planned;
But from the rock as if by magic grown,
eternal, silent, beautiful, alone!
Not virgin-white like that old Doric shrine,
where erst Athena held her rites divine;
Not saintly-grey, like many a minster fane,
that crowns the hill and consecrates the plain;
But rose-red as if the blush of dawn,
that first beheld them were not yet withdrawn;
The hues of youth upon a brow of woe,
which Man deemed old two thousand years ago,
Match me such marvel save in Eastern clime,
a rose-red city half as old as time.Petra appeared in the novels Left Behind Series, Appointment with Death, The Eagle in the Sand, The Red Sea Sharks, the nineteenth book in The Adventures of Tintin series and in Kingsbury's The Moon Goddess and the Son. It featured prominently in the Marcus Didius Falco mystery novel Last Act in Palmyra. In Blue Balliett's novel, Chasing Vermeer, the character Petra Andalee is named after the site.In 1979 Marguerite van Geldermalsen from New Zealand married Mohammed Abdullah, a Bedouin in Petra. They lived in a cave in Petra until the death of her husband. She authored the book Married to a Bedouin. Van Geldermalsen is the only western woman who has ever lived in a Petra cave.
An Englishwoman, Joan Ward, wrote Living With Arabs: Nine Years with the Petra Bedouin documenting her experiences while living in Umm Sayhoun with the Petra Bedouin, covering the period 2004-2013.
Films
The site is featured in films such as: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Arabian Nights, Passion in the Desert, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, The Mummy Returns, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Samsara and Kajraare.TV
Petra was featured in episode 3 of the 2010 series An Idiot Abroad.
Petra was featured in episode 20 of Misaeng.
Petra was featured in an episode of Time Scanners, made for National Geographic, where six ancient structures were laser scanned, with the results built into 3D models. Examining the model of Petra revealed insights into how the structure was built.
Petra was the focus of an American PBS Nova special, "Petra: Lost City of Stone", which premiered in the US and Europe in February 2015.
Music and music videos
The power metal band Helloween featured Petra on their 2013 track "Nabataea" off their album, Straight Out of Hell.
In 1977, the Lebanese Rahbani brothers wrote the musical "Petra" as a response to the Lebanese Civil War.
The Sisters of Mercy filmed their music video for "Dominion/Mother Russia" in and around Al Khazneh ("The Treasury") in February 1988.
In 1994 Petra featured in the video to the Urban Species video Spiritual Love.
An Austrian symphonic metal band Serenity featured Petra on their fourth studio album War of Ages (Serenity album) in the track "Shining Oasis"
Video games
Petra was recreated for the video games Spy Hunter (2001), Outrun 2, King's Quest V, Lego Indiana Jones, Sonic Unleashed, Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade, Civilization V, Civilization VI, Europa Universalis IV, and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.

Gallery


See also

Arabia Petraea
List of colossal sculpture in situ
Little Petra
Mada'in Saleh
Negev incense route
Petra papyri
UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists
List of World Heritage Sites in Jordan
List of modern names for biblical place names

References


NotesBibliography
Bedal, Leigh-Ann (2004). The Petra Pool-Complex: A Hellenistic Paradeisos in the Nabataean Capital. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press. ISBN 1-59333-120-7.
Brown University. "The Petra Great Temple; History" Accessed April 19, 2013.
Glueck, Nelson (1959). Rivers in the Desert: A History of the Negev. New York: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy/London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Harty, Rosemary. "The Bedouin Tribes of Petra Photographs: 1986–2003". Retrieved 2008-07-17.
Hill, John E. (2004). The Peoples of the West from the Weilue 魏略 by Yu Huan 魚豢 : A Third Century Chinese Account Composed between 239 and 265 CE. Draft annotated English translation where Petra is referred to as the Kingdom of Sifu.
Mouton, Michael and Schmid, Stephen G. (2013) "Men on the Rocks: The Formation of Nabataean Petra"
Paradise, T. R. (2011). "Architecture and Deterioration in Petra: Issues, trends and warnings" in Archaeological Heritage at Petra: Drive to Development or Destruction?" (Doug Comer, editor), ICOMOS-ICAHM Publications through Springer-Verlag NYC: 87–119.
Paradise, T. R. (2005). "Weathering of sandstone architecture in Petra, Jordan: influences and rates" in GSA Special Paper 390: Stone Decay in the Architectural Environment: 39–49.
Paradise, T. R. and Angel, C. C. (2015). Nabataean Architecture and the Sun: A landmark discovery using GIS in Petra, Jordan. ArcUser Journal, Winter 2015: 16-19pp.
Reid, Sara Karz (2006). The Small Temple. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press. ISBN 1-59333-339-0. Reid explores the nature of the small temple at Petra and concludes it is from the Roman era.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "article name needed". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.
UNESCO World Heritage Centre. "Petra" Accessed April 19, 2013.

External links


Petra Archaeological Park
Video overview of Petra
Petra In The Early 1800s
3D-tour on Petra (Russian)
University of Arkansas Petra Project, Accessed 27 March 2017
Smart e Guide, interactive map of Petra
Open Context, "Petra Great Temple Excavations (Archaeological Data)", Open Context Publication of Archaeological Data from the 1993–2006 Brown University Excavations at the Great Temple of Petra, Jordan
Petra iconicarchive, photo gallery
Petra History and Photo Gallery, Accessed 27 March 2017 History with Maps
Parker, S., R. Talbert, T. Elliott, S. Gillies, S. Gillies, J. Becker. "Places: 697725 (Petra)". Pleiades. March 7, 2012 4:18 pm
Pictures on Petra
Almost 800 pictures with captions, some panoramas
Jordanian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities
Why was Petra abandoned by its inhabitants? | Check123 Video Encyclopedia

Meet With Me Meet With Me - Petra

Take Me In Take Me In - Petra

The Battle Belongs to The Lord The Battle Belongs to The Lord - Petra

You Satisfy You Satisfy - Petra

Breathe In Breathe In - Petra

Visions (Doxology) Visions (Doxology) - Petra

Whole World Whole World - Petra

Morning Star Morning Star - Petra

All Fired Up All Fired Up - Petra

Run For Cover Run For Cover - Petra

Amazing Grace Amazing Grace - Petra

Good News Good News - Petra

Somebody's Gonna Praise His Name Somebody's Gonna Praise His Name - Petra

I'm Not Ashamed I'm Not Ashamed - Petra

I'm Thankful I'm Thankful - Petra

It Is Finished It Is Finished - Petra

Radio Daze Radio Daze - Petra

Lovely Lord Lovely Lord - Petra

Seen and Not Heard Seen and Not Heard - Petra

Chameleon Chameleon - Petra

Ancient of Days Ancient of Days - Petra

Speak To The Sky Speak To The Sky - Petra

Song of Moses Song of Moses - Petra

Angel of Light Angel of Light - Petra

Right Place Right Place - Petra

I Am Available I Am Available - Petra

Let Our Voices Rise Like Incense Let Our Voices Rise Like Incense - Petra

Sincerely Yours Sincerely Yours - Petra

Creed Creed - Petra

Te Alabo Te Alabo - Petra

Lift Him Up Lift Him Up - Petra

This Means War! This Means War! - Petra

Hit You Where You Live Hit You Where You Live - Petra

Hand On My Heart Hand On My Heart - Petra

Backslidin' Blues Backslidin' Blues - Petra

Guitar Solo Guitar Solo - Petra

Bema Seat Bema Seat - Petra

Benediction Benediction - Petra

Bob's Solo Bob's Solo - Petra

Where Can I Go Where Can I Go - Petra

Love Love - Petra

Road To Zion Road To Zion - Petra

Clamare a mi Senor Clamare a mi Senor - Petra

Too Big to Fail Too Big to Fail - Petra

Hey World Hey World - Petra

Defector Defector - Petra

Asi Es Nuestra Vida Asi Es Nuestra Vida - Petra

Counsel of the Holy Counsel of the Holy - Petra

Clean Clean - Petra

Beat The System Beat The System - Petra

Sight Unseen Sight Unseen - Petra

Not By Sight Not By Sight - Petra

Praise Ye the Lord Praise Ye the Lord - Petra

All The King's Horses All The King's Horses - Petra

Tu Nombre Santo Es Tu Nombre Santo Es - Petra

Underneath the Blood Underneath the Blood - Petra

I Will Seek You I Will Seek You - Petra

Prayer Prayer - Petra

Back to the Rock Back to the Rock - Petra

You Are I Am You Are I Am - Petra

Enter In Enter In - Petra

The Coloring Song The Coloring Song - Petra

Think Twice Think Twice - Petra

Grave Robber Grave Robber - Petra

Mary's Song Mary's Song - Petra

Holy Ghost Power Holy Ghost Power - Petra

Te Exaltamos Te Exaltamos - Petra

Get Back To The Bible Get Back To The Bible - Petra

St. Augustine's Pears St. Augustine's Pears - Petra

Let Everything That Hath Breath Let Everything That Hath Breath - Petra

God Gave Rock and Roll to You God Gave Rock and Roll to You - Petra

All About Who You Know All About Who You Know - Petra

We Exalt Thee We Exalt Thee - Petra

Holy Is Your Name Holy Is Your Name - Petra

Yo Celebrare - El Espiritu De Dios Yo Celebrare - El Espiritu De Dios - Petra

Strong Convictions Strong Convictions - Petra

Medley - Only by Grace Medley - Only by Grace - Petra

Te Adoro Te Adoro - Petra

Stand Up Stand Up - Petra

Voice In The Wind Voice In The Wind - Petra

Perfect World Perfect World - Petra

Onward Christian Soliders Onward Christian Soliders - Petra

Yahweh Love Yahweh Love - Petra

Occupy Occupy - Petra

Power Praise Power Praise - Petra

Beyond Belief Beyond Belief - Petra

Gonna Fly Away Gonna Fly Away - Petra

Amigos Amigos - Petra

Never Say Die Never Say Die - Petra

For Annie For Annie - Petra

A Matter of Time A Matter of Time - Petra

Oasis Oasis - Petra

Believer in Deed Believer in Deed - Petra

Sacred Trust Sacred Trust - Petra

Jesus, Jesus Glorious One Jesus, Jesus Glorious One - Petra

God Fixation God Fixation - Petra

Storm Comin' Storm Comin' - Petra

Underground Underground - Petra

The Noise We Make The Noise We Make - Petra

Disciple Disciple - Petra

The King of Glory Shall Come In The King of Glory Shall Come In - Petra

Jesus Friend Of Sinners Jesus Friend Of Sinners - Petra

Judas Kiss Judas Kiss - Petra

Shakin' The House Shakin' The House - Petra

Be of Good Cheer Be of Good Cheer - Petra

All Over Me All Over Me - Petra

Ask Him in Ask Him in - Petra

Open Book Open Book - Petra

Lord, I Lift Your Name on High Lord, I Lift Your Name on High - Petra

Better Is One Day Better Is One Day - Petra

Cristo Glorioso Rey Cristo Glorioso Rey - Petra

First Love First Love - Petra

How Long How Long - Petra

Falling Up Falling Up - Petra

He Came, He Saw He Came, He Saw - Petra

Without Him We Can Do Nothing Without Him We Can Do Nothing - Petra

Lucas McGraw Lucas McGraw - Petra

Set for Life Set for Life - Petra

Love Me Love Me - Petra

Woman Don't You Know Woman Don't You Know - Petra

Sally Sally - Petra

Second Wind Second Wind - Petra

Without You I Would Surely Die Without You I Would Surely Die - Petra

Last Daze Last Daze - Petra

Hollow Eyes Hollow Eyes - Petra

King of Kings King of Kings - Petra

I Love the Lord I Love the Lord - Petra

Stand In the Gap Stand In the Gap - Petra

Walkin' In the Light Walkin' In the Light - Petra

He's Been in My Shoes He's Been in My Shoes - Petra

Not Of This World Not Of This World - Petra

Heart of a Hero Heart of a Hero - Petra

Over the Horizon Over the Horizon - Petra

Godpleaser Godpleaser - Petra

La Prueba La Prueba - Petra

Hello Again Hello Again - Petra

The Prodigal's Song The Prodigal's Song - Petra

Parting Thought Parting Thought - Petra

Who's On the Lord's Side Who's On the Lord's Side - Petra

Two Are Better Than One Two Are Better Than One - Petra

Sleeping Giant Sleeping Giant - Petra

Show Your Power Show Your Power - Petra

Holy Are You Lord Holy Are You Lord - Petra

I Can Be Friends With You I Can Be Friends With You - Petra

For All You're Worth For All You're Worth - Petra

Another Crossroad Another Crossroad - Petra

The Invitation The Invitation - Petra

Hallowed Be Thy Name Hallowed Be Thy Name - Petra

Parate Parate - Petra

Acoustic Set Acoustic Set - Petra

Hallelujah Chorus Hallelujah Chorus - Petra

In the Likeness of You In the Likeness of You - Petra

Marks of the Cross Marks of the Cross - Petra

Homeless Few Homeless Few - Petra

Deep Love Deep Love - Petra

Test of Time Test of Time - Petra

Computer Brains Computer Brains - Petra

God Pleaser God Pleaser - Petra

Keyboard Solo Keyboard Solo - Petra

All About You Know Who All About You Know Who - Petra

La Batalla Es De Nuestro Senor La Batalla Es De Nuestro Senor - Petra

Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda - Petra

I Love You, Lord I Love You, Lord - Petra

Ready, Willing and Able Ready, Willing and Able - Petra

The Great I Am The Great I Am - Petra

Just Reach Out Just Reach Out - Petra

I Will Sing Praise I Will Sing Praise - Petra

Amo Al Se'nor Amo Al Se'nor - Petra

No Doubt No Doubt - Petra

Midnight Oil Midnight Oil - Petra

What's in a Name What's in a Name - Petra

Think on These Things Think on These Things - Petra

Pied Piper Pied Piper - Petra

Praying Man Praying Man - Petra

I Am On the Rock I Am On the Rock - Petra

We Want To See Jesus Lifted High We Want To See Jesus Lifted High - Petra

I Need to Hear from You I Need to Hear from You - Petra

Kenaniah Kenaniah - Petra

Why Should the Father Bother Why Should the Father Bother - Petra

He Came He Saw He Conquered He Came He Saw He Conquered - Petra

The Water Is Alive The Water Is Alive - Petra

Stand Stand - Petra

John's Solo John's Solo - Petra

You Are My Rock You Are My Rock - Petra

Magic Mirror Magic Mirror - Petra

I Will Call Upon the Lord I Will Call Upon the Lord - Petra

Back To The Street Back To The Street - Petra

I Will Celebrate-When the Spirit of the Lord I Will Celebrate-When the Spirit of the Lord - Petra

Shadow of a Doubt Shadow of a Doubt - Petra

Altar Ego Altar Ego - Petra

Jekyll and Hyde Jekyll and Hyde - Petra

Magic Words Magic Words - Petra

I Don't Want to Fall Away from You I Don't Want to Fall Away from You - Petra

Wake Up Wake Up - Petra

Rock Medley Rock Medley - Petra

Coloring Song Coloring Song - Petra

Fool's Gold Fool's Gold - Petra

Senor Llevame A Tus Atrios Senor Llevame A Tus Atrios - Petra

Let Your Voices Rise Like Incense Let Your Voices Rise Like Incense - Petra

Rey De Reyes Rey De Reyes - Petra

Moldeame Moldeame - Petra

I Waited for the Lord I Waited for the Lord - Petra

Mine Field Mine Field - Petra

If I Had to Die for Someone If I Had to Die for Someone - Petra

Till Everything I Do Till Everything I Do - Petra

Adonai Adonai - Petra

More Than a Thousand Words More Than a Thousand Words - Petra

Thankful Heart Thankful Heart - Petra

Witch Hunt Witch Hunt - Petra

Destiny Destiny - Petra

Secret Weapon Secret Weapon - Petra

More Power to Ya More Power to Ya - Petra

No Weapon Formed Against Us No Weapon Formed Against Us - Petra

Louie's Solo Louie's Solo - Petra

Dance Dance - Petra

Medley (Only Be Grace-To Him Who Sits on the Throne-You Are Holy) Medley (Only Be Grace-To Him Who Sits on the Throne-You Are Holy) - Petra

The Longing The Longing - Petra

Pacto de Amor Pacto de Amor - Petra

We Hold Our Hearts Out to You We Hold Our Hearts Out to You - Petra

Mountains and Valleys Mountains and Valleys - Petra

Mellow Medley Mellow Medley - Petra

La Salvacion Es De Nuestro Dios La Salvacion Es De Nuestro Dios - Petra

Run For The Prize Run For The Prize - Petra

Get On Your Knees And Fight Like A Man Get On Your Knees And Fight Like A Man - Petra

Magnet of the World Magnet of the World - Petra

Life As We Know It Life As We Know It - Petra

Send Revival - Start With Me Send Revival - Start With Me - Petra

Onward Christian Soldiers Onward Christian Soldiers - Petra

Dead Reckoning Dead Reckoning - Petra

Come and Join Us Come and Join Us - Petra

King's Ransom King's Ransom - Petra

Father Of Lights Father Of Lights - Petra

I Waited for the Lord on High I Waited for the Lord on High - Petra

Quien Es Tu Conacte Alla? Quien Es Tu Conacte Alla? - Petra

The Praise Medley The Praise Medley - Petra

Blinded Eyes Blinded Eyes - Petra

Friends (All in the Family of God) Friends (All in the Family of God) - Petra

Taste And See Taste And See - Petra

We Need Jesus We Need Jesus - Petra

Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows - Petra

El Rey De Gloria Entrara El Rey De Gloria Entrara - Petra

Don't Let Your Heart Be Hardened Don't Let Your Heart Be Hardened - Petra

Lo Que Pudo Ser Lo Que Pudo Ser - Petra

The Holiest Name The Holiest Name - Petra

Killing My Old Man Killing My Old Man - Petra

Un Mundo Perfecto Un Mundo Perfecto - Petra

Salvation Belongs to Our God Salvation Belongs to Our God - Petra

Armed and Dangerous Armed and Dangerous - Petra

Graverobber Graverobber - Petra

No Weapon Formed Against Us Shall Prosper No Weapon Formed Against Us Shall Prosper - Petra

(Couldn't Find Love) Without You (Couldn't Find Love) Without You - Petra

Medley: Only By Grace / To Him Who Sits On The Throne / You Are Holy Medley: Only By Grace / To Him Who Sits On The Throne / You Are Holy - Petra

Song Of Moses, Rev. 15:3-4 Song Of Moses, Rev. 15:3-4 - Petra

Keneniah Keneniah - Petra

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Albums & Songs

  • Your Botton
  • Your Botton (Inst)
  • Your Botton (Vox)
  • DoPhamine
  • DoPhamine (Inst)
  • DoPhamine (Voice)
  • Gerrit Master
  • Give It To Me
  • Demo (feat. Sheshe)
  • Malina
  • Jabuka
  • Metafora
  • Ne Dam Te Luče
  • Prevaren
  • Veruj mi
  • Daj Joj Moje Haljine
  • Haljina Bijela
  • Vučem Keca
  • Tražim Te
  • Vječna Robija
  • Uvek Ću Da Te Volim
  • Pusti Me
  • Bijelo Zlato
  • Oltar
  • Volim Te
  • Slučajno
  • Venama Mojim
  • Gde Sam To Sebe Izgubila
  • Klinka
  • Suze
  • Neka Me Neko
  • Od Zemlje Do Neba
  • Proleće
  • Uzeli Su Moju Ljubav
  • Samo Da Znaš
  • Zagrli Me
  • Takva Nam Je Sudbina
  • Miris Tvoj
  • Ljubav Ja I Ti
  • Rana Ljubavi
  • Varaju Te Osećanja
  • Over the Sky (feat. Petra)
  • Over the Sky (feat. Petra)
  • Over the Sky (feat. Petra)
  • Over the Sky (feat. Petra)
  • Over the Sky (feat. Petra)
  • Roar Your Praise
  • You Chose Me
  • New Day
  • Komato
  • Solid Rock
  • Forever Changed
  • Jesus Is a Winner
  • Jehovah Reigns
  • Jesus Take Control
  • Faith Fool
  • I Am What God Says
  • The One Who Returned
  • Jingle All the Way
  • Mine Field
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • This Means War!
  • More Power to Ya
  • All Fired Up
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows
  • Bema Seat
  • Judas' Kiss
  • The Coloring Song
  • It Is Finished
  • Why Should the Father Bother?
  • Chameleon
  • Killing My Old Man
  • The Coloring Song
  • For Annie
  • Without Him We Can Do Nothing
  • Angel of Light
  • All Over Me
  • Road To Zion
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows
  • Judas' Kiss
  • More Power To Ya
  • Stand Up
  • Bema Seat
  • Grave Robber
  • Godpleaser
  • Not By Sight
  • Beat the System
  • God Gave Rock and Roll To You
  • Voice In the Wind
  • Computer Brains
  • Thankful Heart
  • Fool's Gold
  • This Means War!
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • You Are My Rock
  • All Fired Up
  • Hit You Where You Live
  • Mine Field
  • Beyond Belief
  • Creed
  • Dance
  • Sight Unseen
  • Midnight Oil
  • Enter In
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • Holy Is Your Name
  • Why Should the Father Bother?
  • Killing My Old Man
  • For Annie
  • Without Him We Can Do Nothing
  • Angel of Light
  • Road to Zion
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows
  • Judas' Kiss
  • Stand Up
  • Bema Seat
  • Grave Robber
  • Beat the System
  • God Gave Rock and Roll to You
  • Voice In the Wind
  • Thankful Heart
  • This Means War!
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • All Fired Up
  • Hit You Where You Live
  • Beyond Belief
  • Creed
  • Dance
  • Sight Unseen
  • Midnight Oil
  • Enter In
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • Holy Is Your Name
  • Audience Intro (Live)
  • Bema Seat (Live)
  • Hello, Nashville! (Live)
  • Clean (Live)
  • Angel of Light (Live)
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows (Live)
  • Godpleaser (Live)
  • Don't Wanna Be a Man Pleaser (Live)
  • Second Wind (Live)
  • Bob Speaks (Live)
  • More Power to Ya (Live)
  • Lord, Thank You (Live)
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath (Praise the Lord) [Live]
  • Mark Speaks (Live)
  • Grave Robber (Live)
  • Father, We Thank You (Live)
  • Adonai (Live)
  • Back to the Rock (Live)
  • Too Big to Fail (Live)
  • This Means War!
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • Get On Your Knees and Fight Like a Man
  • I Am Available
  • Kenaniah
  • You Are My Rock
  • The Water Is Alive
  • Don't Let Your Heart Be Hardened
  • Dead Reckoning
  • All the King's Horses
  • Bob Hartman's Solo (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • John Lawry's Solo - The Race (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • Louie Weaver's Solo (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • Stand Up
  • Second Wind
  • More Power to Ya
  • Judas' Kiss
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows
  • Run for the Prize
  • All Over Me
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath
  • Road to Zion
  • Disciple
  • Stand Up (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • Judas' Kiss (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • More Power to Ya (Live) [Bonus Track]
  • All Fired Up
  • This Means War!
  • Bema Seat
  • The Coloring Song
  • Judas' Kiss
  • Mine Field
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • It Is Finished
  • More Power to Ya
  • Thankful Heart
  • Bema Seat (Live)
  • Clean (Live)
  • Angel of Light (Live)
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows (Live)
  • God Pleaser (Live)
  • Second Wind (Live)
  • More Power to Ya (Live)
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath (Live)
  • Grave Robber (Live)
  • Adonai / Back to the Rock (Live)
  • Too Big to Fail (Live)
  • I Love the Lord
  • Dance
  • Beyond Belief
  • Destiny
  • Just Reach Out
  • No Doubt
  • Creed
  • I Am On the Rock
  • We Need Jesus
  • God Gave Rock and Roll To You
  • Walkin' In the Light
  • Backslidin' Blues
  • Why Should the Father Bother (Washes Whiter Version)
  • Praise Ye the Lord (Never Say Die Version)
  • The Coloring Song (Never Say Die Version)
  • For Annie (Never Say Die Version)
  • Judas' Kiss (More Power To Ya Version)
  • More Power to Ya (More Power To Ya Version)
  • Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows (More Power To Ya Version)
  • Not of This World (Not of This World Version)
  • Grave Robber (Not of This World Version)
  • Beat the System (Beat the System Version)
  • It Is Finished (Beat the System Version)
  • God Gave Rock and Roll To You (Beat the System Version)
  • Hollow Eyes (Beat the System Version)
  • Adonai (Beat the System Version)
  • Thankful Heart (Back To the Street Version)
  • This Means War! (This Means War Version)
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered (This Means War Version)
  • All Fired Up (On Fire Version)
  • Mine Field (On Fire Version)
  • Love (Beyond Belief Version)
  • Beyond Belief (Beyond Belief Version)
  • Creed (Beyond Belief Version)
  • Prayer (Beyond Belief Version)
  • I Love the Lord (Petra Praise: The Rock Cries Out Version)
  • Dance (Unseen Power Version)
  • Sight Unseen (Unseen Power Version)
  • Jekyll & Hyde (Jekyll & Hyde Version)
  • Just Reach Out (Wake-Up Call Version)
  • No Doubt (No Doubt Version)
  • Lord, I Lift Your Name On High (Petra Praise 2: We Need Jesus Version)
  • We Need Jesus (Petra Praise 2: We Need Jesus Version)
  • All About Who You Know
  • Dance
  • Amazing Grace
  • Test of Time
  • Creed
  • Right Place
  • Rock Medley
  • Jekyll and Hyde
  • Acoustic Set
  • Grave Robber
  • Keyboard Solo
  • Beyond Belief
  • Guitar Solo
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • I Love the Lord
  • King of Kings
  • Jesus, Jesus, Glorious One
  • The Battle Belongs To the Lord
  • Take Me In
  • Salvation Belongs to Our Lord
  • The King of Glory Shall Come In
  • No Weapon Formed Against Us
  • I Will Celebrate / When the Spirit of the Lord
  • I Will Sing Praise
  • Hallowed Be Thy Name
  • Friends (All in the Name of God)
  • I Will Call Upon the Lord
  • We Exalt Thee
  • Who's On the Lord's Side
  • Ready, Willing and Able
  • Armed and Dangerous
  • Onward Christian Soldiers
  • Heart of a Hero
  • God Fixation
  • This Means War
  • Secret Weapon
  • Underground
  • Sleeping Giant
  • The Battle Belongs To the Lord
  • Right Place
  • No Weapon Formed Against Us
  • Show Your Power
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • Quien Es Tu Conacte Alla?
  • Parate
  • Lo Que Pudo Ser
  • Un Mundo Perfecto
  • La Prueba
  • Te Adoro
  • Asi Es Nuestra Vida
  • Moldeame
  • Pacto de Amor
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • All About Who You Know
  • Stand
  • Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda
  • Perfect World
  • Test of Time
  • I Will Seek You
  • Life As We Know It
  • Till Everything I Do
  • Sacred Trust
  • Ancient of Days
  • We Need Jesus
  • Salvation Belongs To Our Lord
  • Lord, I Lift Your Name On High
  • Jesus, Jesus, Glorious One
  • In the Likeness of You
  • I Waited for the Lord On High
  • I Will Celebrate / When the Spirit of the Lord
  • The Holiest Name
  • I Love You Lord
  • We Exalt Thee
  • I Will Sing Praise
  • We Hold Our Hearts Out To You
  • Creed
  • Send Revival, Start With Me
  • The Noise We Make
  • Oasis
  • The Prodigal's Song
  • Amazing Grace
  • Jesus Friend of Sinners
  • Better Is One Day
  • Meet With Me
  • You Satisfy
  • We Want To See Jesus Lifted High
  • How Long
  • Judas' Kiss
  • The Coloring Song
  • Dance
  • Beyond Belief
  • The Longing
  • He Came, He Saw
  • Beat the System
  • This Means War
  • Breathe In
  • Creed
  • Praying Man
  • Just Reach Out
  • If I Had To Die for Someone
  • Hello Again
  • A Matter of Time
  • Falling Up
  • Over the Horizon
  • God Fixation
  • Set for Life
  • Magnet of the World
  • Shadow of a Doubt
  • St. Augustine's Pears
  • The Invitation
  • Song of Moses
  • Lord, I Lift Your Name On High
  • Be of Good Cheer
  • Show Your Power
  • I Love You Lord
  • The Holiest Name
  • Let Our Voices Rise Like Incense
  • Ancient of Days
  • I Waited for the Lord On High
  • Lovely Lord
  • Medley
  • We Need Jesus
  • Praise Ye the Lord
  • Taste and See
  • Never Say Die
  • The Coloring Song
  • Chameleon
  • I'm Thankful
  • Why Should the Father Bother
  • Mary's Song
  • Father of Lights
  • Yahweh Love
  • Enter In
  • Think Twice
  • Heart of a Hero
  • More Than a Thousand Words
  • No Doubt
  • Right Place
  • Two Are Better Than One
  • Sincerely Yours
  • Think On These Things
  • For All Your're Worth
  • We Hold Our Hearts Out To You
  • God Gave Rock and Roll To You
  • Ask Him In
  • Sally
  • Without You I Would Surely Die
  • Come and Join Us
  • Where Can I Go
  • Holy Ghost Power
  • Woman Don't You Know
  • God Gave Rock and Roll To You
  • The Rock Block
  • Angel of Light
  • Counsel of the Holy
  • Not By Sight
  • Shakin' the House
  • Second Wind
  • Hit You Where You Live
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • Judas' Kiss
  • Stand Up
  • Killing My Old Man
  • All Fired Up
  • Get On Your Knees and Fight Like a Man
  • Chameleon
  • God Gave Rock and Roll to You
  • I'm Thankful (Washes Whiter Album Version)
  • Why Should the Father Bother? (Washes Whiter Album Version)
  • Morning Star (Washes Whiter Than Album Version)
  • Magic Mirror (Washes Whiter Than Album Version)
  • Mary's Song (Washes Whiter Than Album Version)
  • Yahweh Love (Washes Whiter Than Album Version)
  • Taste and See (Washes Whiter Than Album Version)
  • Deep Love (Washes Whiter Album Version)
  • The Coloring Song (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Chameleon (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Angel of Light (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Killing My Old Man (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Without Him We Can Do Nothing (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Never Say Die (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • I Can Be Friends With You (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • For Annie (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Father of Lights (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Praise Ye the Lord (Never Say Die Album Version)
  • Power Praise
  • Yahweh Love
  • Praise Ye the Lord
  • Without Him We Can Do Nothing
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath
  • Lift Him Up
  • Adonai
  • You Are I Am
  • You Are My Rock / Somebody's Gonna Praise His Name
  • Midnight Oil
  • Good News
  • Strong Convictions
  • He's Been in My Shoes
  • Praying Man
  • Underneath the Blood
  • Sleeping Giant
  • Believer in Deed
  • Marks of the Cross
  • Just Reach Out
  • Why Should the Father Bother
  • Yahweh Love
  • The Coloring Song
  • Praise Ye the Lord
  • More Power to Ya
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath
  • Not of This World
  • Not By Sight
  • Hollow Eyes
  • Thankful Heart
  • Whole World
  • This Means War
  • Don't Let Your Heart Be Hardened
  • All Fired Up
  • First Love
  • Amo Al Señor
  • Rey De Reyes
  • Cristo Glorioso Rey
  • La Batalla Es De Nuestro Señor
  • Señor Llevame a Tus Atrios
  • La Salvacion Es De Nuestro Dios
  • El Rey De Gloria Entrara
  • Yo Celebrare/El Espiritu De Dios
  • Te Alabo
  • Tu Nombre Santo Es
  • Amigos
  • Clamare a Mi Señor
  • Te Exaltamos
  • Radio Daze
  • Why Should the Father Bother
  • The Coloring Song
  • More Power to Ya
  • Road to Zion
  • Not of This World
  • Grave Robber
  • Hollow Eyes
  • Thankful Heart
  • Fool's Gold
  • I Am Available
  • Don't Let Your Heart Be Hardened
  • First Love
  • Destiny
  • Who's on the Lord's Side
  • Ready, Willing and Able
  • Hand on My Heart
  • I Need to Hear from You
  • Dance
  • Secret Weapon
  • Sight Unseen
  • Hey World
  • In the Likeness of You
  • Armed and Dangerous
  • I Am on the Rock
  • Creed
  • Beyond Belief
  • Love
  • Underground
  • Seen and Not Heard
  • Last Daze
  • What's in a Name
  • Prayer
  • Stand Up
  • Get Your Knees & Fight Like a Man
  • Hit You Where You Live
  • Killing My Old Man
  • Shakin' the House
  • Second Wind
  • Clean
  • Not By Sight
  • All Fired Up
  • Praise Ye the Lord
  • He Came, He Saw, He Conquered
  • With Him We Can Do Nothing
  • Angel of Light
  • Judas Kiss
  • Let Everything That Hath Breath
  • Counsel of the Holy
  • God Gave Rock & Roll to You
  • All Fired Up
  • Hit You Where You Live
  • Mine Field
  • First Love
  • Defector
  • Counsel of the Holy
  • Somebody's Gonna Praise His Name
  • Open Book
  • Stand In the Gap
  • Homeless Few
  • Back to the Street
  • You Are I Am
  • Shakin' the House
  • King's Ransom
  • Whole World
  • Another Crossroad
  • Run for Cover
  • Fool's Gold
  • Altar Ego
  • Thankful Heart
  • Introduction
  • Beat the System
  • Intro to "Computer Brains"
  • Computer Brains
  • Clean
  • Intro to "Grave Robber"
  • Grave Robber
  • Intro to "Speak to the Sky"
  • Speak to the Sky
  • Intro to "Hollow Eyes"
  • Hollow Eyes
  • The Rock Medley: Stand Up
  • The Rock Medley: Not By Sight
  • The Rock Medley: Judas' Kiss
  • The Mellow Medley: Coloring Song
  • The Mellow Medley: Road to Zion
  • The Mellow Medley: More Power to Ya
  • John's Solo
  • John's Solo: Jesus Loves You
  • John's Solo: The Race
  • Bob's Solo
  • Louie's Solo
  • God Gave Rock and Roll to You
  • The Praise Medley: Let Everything That Hath Breath
  • The Praise Medley: Without Him We Can Do Nothing
  • The Praise Medley: Praise Ye the Lord
  • The Praise Medley: Hallelujah Chorus
  • Musical Intro to "Godpleaser" (Doxology)
  • Godpleaser
  • Intro to "It Is Finished" with Invitation
  • It Is Finished
  • Beat the System
  • Computer Brains
  • Clean
  • It Is Finished
  • Voice In the Wind
  • God Gave Rock and Roll to You
  • Witch Hunt
  • Hollow Eyes
  • Speak to the Sky
  • Adonai
  • Visions (Doxology)
  • Not of This World
  • Bema Seat
  • Grave Robber
  • Blinded Eyes
  • Not By Sight
  • Lift Him Up
  • Pied Piper
  • Occupy
  • Godpleaser
  • Visions (Reprise)
  • Walkin' in the Light
  • Mountains and Valleys
  • Lucas Mcgraw
  • Wake Up
  • Backslidin' Blues
  • Get Back to the Bible
  • Gonna Fly Away
  • I'm Not Ashamed
  • Storm Comin'
  • Parting Thought