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by eric burgess

What a show! The boys from Dublin proved once again why they are the greatest rock band in the world, and I continue to enjoy (as I have for the past 10 years) how they lead with their hearts..."Love" and "Grace" are truly the two things "that you can't leave behind"! (Playing The Beatles' "All You Need is Love" over the loudspeakers before the band came on stage was terrific!)

This was my fourth U2 concert, and though I was in the back row at the cozy Joyce Center, it was the closest I've ever been--not only physically but spiritually as well. The band's convictions are always very evident in their work and concerts, and those convictions were again shown clearly last night. I thought the set of "New York," "Pride (In the Name of Love)," and "Sunday Bloody Sunday" was uplifting and appropriate...particularly in these difficult past few weeks.

"Walk On" with the NYC firemen and policemen nearly brought a tear to my eye and reminded all of us in attendance at the show (in case we already weren't very aware) that U2 has their priorities straight.

I loved the show, I love the band, and I hope that the Lord blesses them with many, many more years of making a difference and (to borrow from Bono last night) "changing the world" through their music. Walk on!

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