I’m amazed at how long it’s been since I’ve posted. Time has a way of moving a lot faster than we know or can even imagine. So much has been going on since I last communicated with you; so much that I won’t even try to catch you up. What I will do is let you in on what I’ve been grooving to for the last couple of months. This song is called “Wide as The Sky” by Isabel Davis. Every song I hear by this lady is absolutely moving and inspirational. Her delivery is extraordinary and the message in itself is always on point as to what I’m needing spiritually. I have a few other songs that I’m also feeling nowadays but I want you to check this one out first. If you don’t remember anything about this post just remember to… Let All The Other Names Fade Away!!!…
This is one of my favorite new songs!!! The message is awesome and the groove is like I like as well. This song “FAVOR OF GOD” (LYRIC VIDEO) is by JAMES FORTUNE & FIYA ft. ZARCARDI CORTEZ. Some time ago, I said that I would never feature another video by Fortune due to some situations in his personal life. BUT… as you can see, that was then and this is now. It’s only a fool that never changes his mind. I hope you enjoy this song and enjoy the remainder of your day. Please say a prayer for all of those who are experiencing adverse conditions due to hurricane Florence.
My baby sister sent me this and all I can say is WOW!!! This little kid decided to baptize himself and he has gone viral. It is my understanding that millions of people have now seen this video. You’ve got to see it for yourself.
I realize that I’ve been absent from wordpress for a while now (just very busy). There are a lot of you that I haven’t visited in a minute but don’t worry, I will be visiting you soon.
I really went on a search for music by Deitrick Haddon but I happened upon this song by Deitrick Haddon, Ruben Studdard,and Mary Mary – “Love Him Like I Do.”
I didn’t realize this is who made this song that I’ve been jamming to for years. I love it and hope you do as well.
Loyal reader A. Renae sent this to me this morning and it’s awesome. I’m simply amazed at all the GREAT talent in this world sometimes. These gentlemen are definitely at the top of their game vocally. Each of them has music that I just love. Don’t forget to go out to purchase their music so that we can keep gospel music alive.
Published on May 12, 2017
Music video by Travis Greene performing Travis Greene 2017 Stellar Award Performance feat: Israel Houghton, Jonathan McReynolds, and Jonathan Butler. (C) 2017 Provident Label Group LLC, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Today’s Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:5, 6a
For there is one God, and there is one who brings God and human beings together, the man Jesus Christ, who gave himself to redeem the whole human race.
Yesterday I was reading the 60-day sample edition of “Our Daily Bread” and when I turned to day 28 it really stood out. It really reminded me of how many people live their lives (always so busy trying to impress other people). It also reminded me of a song called “Clean This House” by Isaac Carree. I am posting both with the hopes that you get the same spiritual inspiration that I received from them. AND… that you act accordingly.
Clean the Closet
To this day I can still hear my mother telling me to go and clean up my room. Dutifully, I would go to my room to start the process, only to get distracted by reading the comic book that I was supposed to put neatly in the stack. But soon the distraction was interrupted by my mother warning that she would be up in 5 minutes to inspect the room. Unable to effectively clean the room in that time, I would proceed to hide everything I didn’t know what to do with in the closet, make the bed, and then wait for her to come in-hoping that she wouldn’t look in the closet.
This reminds me of what many of us do with our lives. We clean up the outside of our lives hoping that no one will look into the “closet” where we have hidden our sins by rationalization and excuses and by blaming others for our own faults.
The problem is that while looking good on the outside, we remain well aware of the mess on the inside. The psalmist encourages us to submit to the cleansing inspection of God: “Search me, O God, and know my heart; try me, and know my anxieties; and see if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” (Psalm 139:23-24). Let’s invite Him to inspect and cleanse every corner of our lives.
-Lord, forgive me for looking good on the outside while attempting to hide my faults and failings. I desire for You to cleanse my life so that I may walk with You in full integrity.
This past weekend was great. As indicated yesterday, there was a church service I went to back home to (North Carolina) where they honored MY MOM. It was really great. All of my siblings showed up as well as other family members. Mom was thrilled. The entire service was great. On the way back to Atlanta, I was able to tune into different radio stations along the way. One station that I happened upon was a Christian radio station and the dj began to talk about her struggle with stomach cancer. She thanked the audience for their continued prayers and then she referenced one of my favorite bible scriptures:
◄ Philippians 4:6 ►
King James Version: Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.
After I heard this scripture, it made me think about one of my other favorite scriptures and it also made me think about how similar they are.
◄ Matthew 9:29 ►
King James Version:Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you.
Everything on this planet boils down to love and having faith in GOD. I don’t know who this is speaking to this week but I really hope it blesses you as much as it has blessed me. Again I am posting ” The Call” by Isabell Davis. This song really does it for me. I just can’t hear this song enough. Enjoy your week.
“Hallelujah, Salvation, And Glory” United Voices Choir w/ Stephen Hurd
I know I’ve been missing for a minute or two. I’ve been busy……very. Here’s some Sunday evening praise for your spirit. I’ll be visiting some of your sites real soon. I appreciate your continued support.
This song is called “The Anthem” by Todd Dulaney. Last year when I first heard this song, I posted it and said that it could easily be a song about Easter. Well….this is Easter Weekend or Resurrection Weekend as some would call it. I have no idea what anyone else believes BUT…. I believe that Jesus Christ came and died on the cross for my sins. That’s the truth that gives me hope for life on this planet and for when I leave this physical body. That’s VICTORY!
AND….speaking of Victory, check out this song also by Todd Dulaney called “Victory Belongs to Jesus.”
1 Corinthians 15:57 – But thanks [be] to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.