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Many Christians believe that you can worship God anywhere – even in a fast food restaurant. As Army veteran Marcus Rogers posted on Facebook last week, “We just had church at In & Out.”

Rogers posted a video of a group of diners singing “Reckless Love” at an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. “The whole restaurant just broke out singing Reckless Love!!! Beautiful!!!” he wrote. “People were looking at us crazy, but then we started praying for people.”

The group had just gotten out of a revival service, Rogers explained. But apparently, they weren’t done worshiping. “God is moving!! Be bold,” Rogers said. Watch the video below.

The video has been shared more than 4,600 times and received more than 291,000 views since being uploaded. Many people have responded positively to the video.

“Beautiful!! They’ll never forget this moment, God keeps using our younger generation!” one person wrote.

“Awesome! God is everywhere why not give him the glory honor and praise he so deserves anywhere and any time. Love it!” another commented.

As stated by several commenters, younger people are trending toward reclaiming their faith and Christianity – and not just within the church. “Reckless Love,” a popular contemporary worship song, penned and performed by Bethel Music’s Cory Ashbury, gained a lot of secular attention in April when Justin Bieber covered it during a Sunday morning worship set at Coachella.

As for In-N-Out Burger, they’re no stranger to Christian messages, either. The fast-food chain is well known for printing references to Bible scripture on its cups and packaging. Former In-N-Out Burger president Rich Snyder, a born-again Christian, began printing the references on packaging in the 1980s. Tragically, Snyder died in a plane crash in 1993 – but the Snyder family, who still owns the company, has kept the tradition going.

It just goes to show that the loving presence of God can be felt and acknowledged anywhere – even over a greasy burger and fries.

Source: CBN News

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