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See the Musical Performance That the Crowd Went Wild Over at Restoring Unity

"People living in poverty, children sold into slavery — the thought disgusted me."

Christian singer Matthew West invigorated the crowd at Restoring Unity on Saturday, performing his hit song "Do Something" — a tune that carries a strong message about the importance of making a positive personal impact on the world.

"People living in poverty, children sold into slavery — the thought disgusted me," the song's lyrics read, in part. "So, I shook my fist at heaven, said, 'God, why don’t You do something?' He said, 'I did, I created you.'"

Watch West perform "Do Something" — and the crowd go wild — below:

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Posted by Matthew West on Saturday, August 29, 2015

As TheBlaze previously reported, West is passionate about Christians being more involved and aware of what's happening abroad.

“As Americans, we’re affected by what we know and what hits closer to home for us — and that tends to move the compassion of Americans more,” West said. “My challenge has become [that] I want to have my eyes open to what’s going on in the Middle East and not just some headline that is distant.”

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