Sorry not have responded sooner, and thanks for the welcome. What I mean is that though there are so many great songs out there that we love singing (one of my favs at the moment being "So good to me" by Cory Astbury) that there is a freedom and intimacy in the stuff we sing between the songs; the extemporary expression of the heart and soul to God free of the written song and all the "stuff" we are used to. In these times a fresh or "other" level of passion and intimacy is expressed/ experienced. Also in these times we start hearing the songs coming back prophetically from heaven and start to explore that realm using Sanctified Imagination and really start to get a sense of being closer to that realm. I love some of the words in a Jason Upton song "to rim of the invisible world we go"...it feels like that. Do you know what I mean?