IN JESUS NAME – DARLENE ZCHECH


This is still blessing meThe essence of life is JESUS. The western underlying thought of abundant living is having mansions in every other state and owning a fleet of cars. There is nothing wrong with having abundance in life. God is happy to see us walk in fullness which is centered on His sufficiency.
The only issue is our obsession for material gains and relegation of the quality of life, which only Christ gives to the attic. Wealth and wellness doesn’t define the abundant life Jesus promise us in John 10:10.

Abundant life is a life full of the fullness which emanates in us through our intimate union with Him. (Christ Jesus) Contentment in life comes as a result of the intimate knowledge or a loving relationship with a being (God) who is our sufficiency. Do you know the reason why the most wealthiest people on the planet who have not submitted to the Lordship of Christ Jesus always feels miserable, empty and unfulfilled in spite of their material wealth? The hole in the soul of every man on this side of eternity can only be filled and satisfied in our complete union with Jesus Christ through eternal life. Jesus is our eternal life. Things around us can change with time…the economy change, husbands and wife’s do change, business change, family members can change their attitude when things fall apart. Remember, everything around us change! Its only God, who remains the same…we can confidently shout from the roof top to the dark valleys when all things change, with joy in our hearts and praise on our lips. Why? Because we have the very life of God on the inside of God which doesn’t stop when the odds are against us. This is contentment…it comes from knowing Jesus.

Got life?

 As thou hast given him power over all flesh, that he should give eternal life to as many as thou hast given him. And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent. (John 17:2-3)

 

In Him is life!!

In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not. (John 1:3-4)

– McDaniels Gyamfi

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Gravity of Grace Note: This song is full of God’s abundant life to infuse hope, healing and recovery in any dead areas of your life today. Our society is full of men and women filled with insecurity, fear, insignificance, emotional wounds, hurt and a sense of hopelessness for the future. Thank God for the exalted name of Christ Jesus that give us meaning and purpose to be able to lift our heads in the midst of the storm and celebrate recovery.

Fill your heart with the liquid presence of the name Jesus as you watch and listen to the faith filled words of the song by the minstrel Darlene Zchech and see God thrash our every emotional pain whatever form or shape out of your life completely. Amen!!

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AFRO PRAISE- SONNIE BADU (VIDEO)


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Gravity of Grace Note: I started my day in the atmosphere of Afro Praise…Ushered into His presence by no other personality than Sonnie Badu. Sonnie Badu, if am not mistaken is the Israel Houton of Africa. He has become the face of Africa in the 21st Century touching lives, transforming nations through spirit filled songs. To know more about him, read below for his biography and impact in the musical scene. Thanks!!

Sonnie Badu is a multiple award winning Gospel singer, songwriter, philanthropist, producer, TV presenter and author. He is arguably the most successful gospel export to emerge out of Africa in recent years. His unique blend of intimate worship, high class visuals, and his energetic style of ushering congregations into the presence of God is affecting lives worldwide. Sonnie leaves his audiences mesmerized both emotionally and spiritually.

Sonnie Badu began his musical career at a very tender age, under the tutelage of his father, a prominent preacher in his hometown of Accra, Ghana. His decision to become a gospel singer has to do with a close encounter with death at the age of 18, when he was struck with a deadly virus. He recounts that it was in this moment as he lay on the hospital bed slipping in and out of consciousness, with his mother singing hymns into his ear that he made a vow to rededicate his life to God, if he pulls through. It seemed like an irresistible offer to God as immediately he entered into that covenant, his body began to regain strength. It was then that Sonnie Badu ‘The Worshipper’ as he is popularly known was born.

In rising to the pinnacle of achievements, his hall of fame is replete with these significant laurels: he organized the first Africa worship concert in UK in congregation with most High Commissioners and ambassadors. In 2009, he received numerous honors and accolades for his contribution to the gospel community, winning a BEFFTA (Black Entertainment Fashion and Film Award) in the category of Best Gospel Artist. He was also the recipient of three awards at the Gospel Music Awards Italy in the categories of Best Gospel Artist in Europe, Best Worship Artist of the year and Best Worship song for the smash hit single ‘Covenant Keeping God’ and to crown the year, he was decorated the Best Gospel Male at the British Gospel Music Awards.

He added to his resume best worship song, video of the year and best male contemporary in the recent Africa Gospel Music Awards in UK. In 2010, Minster Badu received the two awards in the course of one month: Best Gospel Artist at the 2010 African Music Awards (AMA) held at the Wembley Arena in London on October 15th, 2010 and Best Musician at the GUBA Awards which was held in London on October 24th, 2010.

For Sonnie Badu, it is an honor and privilege to stand and lead God’s children in the art of spiritual intimacy. His ministry houses the presence of God and where God’s heart is, His hand will be. Testimonies of healing and breakthrough follow him wherever he sets up to praise. He has performed in a number of countries alongside gospel music stalwarts such as Bebe and Cece Winans, Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Martha Munizzi Alvin Slaughter, Kierra Kiki Sheared, Noel Robinson, Muyiwa, Kurt Carr, Lionel Richardson, Ron Kenoly, Juanita Bynum and more.

In 2008 he launched the annual ‘Sonnie Badu Worships’ program. So far the event has been held in London, Germany, Italy, Ireland, New York, Maryland, Atlanta, Virginia, New Jersey, Ohio, Texas, Ghana and Canada and its reputations continues to spread with more nations coming on board in the new year. At the moment, Sonnie’s main task is to help improve the lives of those less privileged in Africa and indeed other parts of the world. In this regard he has stepped up his Ministries Charity Project, ‘Thy Dwelling Place’ Orphanage. He undeniably has an unfinished business with destiny; therefore watch out for more of intimate prophetic worship and Sonnie Badu Clothing line known as’The Worshipper’s Garment’ (SB.WG) as well as two new books scheduled for release in 2010.