Minister Marvin Sapp sings this beautiful Testimony about God’s Goodness in the midst of storms.  He says, “I experienced loss at a major cost but I never lost faith in You.”  This song is so encouraging when suffering through life’s trials.  Christians are not exempt from TRIALS and HARD TIMES but our FAITH gives us the knowledge that this too shall pass and God’s Greatness will give us the Victory.  Enjoy Marvin Sapp’s, “My Testimony.”

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Not intentionally, but our running theme for this edition of GOSPEL HIGHLIGHTS is being victorious over setbacksMaurette Brown Clark exemplifies this wonderfully with her hit Gospel song, “I Hear The Sound (Of Victory).”  What an uplifting song!  To God be the glory!

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This is still one of my favorite songs.  If you are saved, you have to be moved by this song of Praise and Worship.  It takes you back to your time of transformation… when you committed to your new way of living.  The conviction with which she sings just touches me from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet.  This is her song but thanks to her and Walter Hawkins, who wrote this Gospel Gem, it belongs to all of us.  No song reveres God our Father like this song.  This is Tramaine Hawkins from the Walter Hawkins Love Center Choir, singing their 1975 classic song, “Changed.”

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Is there a better song of Encouragement than “Your Latter Will Be Greater?”  Martha Munizzi teamed up with Israel Houghton & New Breed, recorded this song live at Lakewood Church and the Spirit was clearly High that night.  Just believing and knowing that “the best is yet to come,” fills you with hope and anticipation of what God has in store for you.  Be Encouraged by Martha Munizzi, “Your Latter Will Be Greater.”

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Shekinah Glory’s bio states that their ministry’s ultimate purpose is reflected in the meaning of its name — to usher listeners into the “very manifest presence of God.”  The way they minister with song, you know they take their mission very seriously.  They Magnify Him like nobody’s business.  Rejoice with Shekinah Glory and “Arise/Shine.”

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Just because I’m well-seasoned (a gentler way to call myself old) doesn’t mean I close my mind off to today’s young contemporary Gospel artists but I typically have my limits to how “contemporary” I’ll go.  Honestly, I’m not partial to songs that seem to mask Jesus as the subject.  If the message of a “message song” isn’t clear, what’s the point of the song?  Gospel or Christian music, in all its various styles and genres, should clearly speak of the “Good News” that is God’s Grace and Glory.  Of course, I remember when I was a young teen in ’73 and ’74 and those upstarts, Andrae Crouch & The Disciples, were ushering a new sound in Gospel that had some of the adult Saints in a tizzy… I remember being on the other side of that argument then because I loved their fresh new sound.  That being said, I’m gonna leave you with a new song… that I admittedly love… but also admit it sounds more to me like an R&B song with Gospel lyrics.  I’m too old to want to get my dance on to a Christian song but I’m sure there are many who do.  This is Isaac Caree, “In The Middle.”  Peace!

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