I had heard of legend Pastor IBK before I joined Sovereign Army Fellowship, and went for a service when she was around, but it was nothing like Ibk-as she is now known- ministering at Jesus House yesterday!…Her tone and words were enveloped in the magnificent anointing of the Holy Spirit!
Enjoy this upbeat pop jam on D major, with teases of rock on 4/4 time by Chris Tomlin, featuring Daniel Gokey. I’m pretty sure this single will be a smash hit, following the promotion of Chris’s new album ‘Never Lose Sight’, but I couldn’t wait! I have utterly bonded with the song .
Simple, yet profound, the words of this song keep on ringing. The love of God for me is really what I want to be identified by. His perfect ways, His knowing what I need even before I even ask, how He causes all things to work out for my good never ceases to amaze me.
South London born Zoe and Grace of ZoeGrace are the coolest thing since sliced bread! Having gained a substantial following on YouTube, and with the release of their Extended Play: ‘I Will Stay’, featuring the promising ‘Jesus’ track with the cool hashtag ‘#shotstothedevil, these two are burgeoning into mainstream gospel music. Emphatic Dynamo caught up with twin gospel duo on set in a tunnel echoing their sonorous sounds …
#Hey guys,…I went to Jesus House…There were bursts of joy and gladness, spirit filled energy, goosebumps and dopamine.
#Hey guys! I’m doing the Belivers Tag. I was tagged by Tosin Alabi, going by the fact that I’m an avid follower of her blog. Check her tag here. I did this tag organically and couldn’t wait to share my answers!
There’s nothing more liquid, more palpable than the presence of God!…’Like a fire in my bones, like a whisper to my soul, your word is revelation.’ Nothing makes me feel more alive and excited than getting into God’s presence and receiving His word. It caters to my needs, encourages me, gives me joy and peace.
Her riffs are tried and tested, and her message is old and legendary. Her vocals are not in any way approximate. They are spot on. This record is ultimate perfection to me!
Glowreeyah Braimah’s ‘Jehovah’ is the definition of fresh, with its innate capacity to put one in a good mood. I’ve listened to this song squillions of times and it has not gotten old! Honestly, this song gives me that jollof feeling!
Somewhere in my mind, she’s jazz, but I quickly fell in love with the refreshing sound of the bass and Onos’s hush mutterings.
This song has a pensive air, with Onos singing in her alto range laced with Zulu inflections . You need not hear her other songs to know she’s got vocal prowess, and a healthy growl*wink*