I don’t know about y’all, but this week was so rough that I’ve been drinking bottled baptismal water and frying my chicken in anointing oil. Lord, help us.
There’s only cure for a week that bad – good music.
The wifey is back! Javacia drops off some music that’s cleansing for the soul.
Brooke Fraser, Albertine (2006)
Jai said: “Andree Farias of Christianity Today once said that ‘Albertine proves it is possible to strike the perfect balance between art and faith, while still remaining accessible to both sides of the Christian-mainstream divide.’ I couldn’t agree more and this is exactly why I love this album.”
Edward gets a spiritual refreshing.
Donald Lawrence & the Tri-City Singers, Go Get Your Life Back (2002)
Edd said: “Bless Me (Prayer of Jabez)” reigns as one of my favorite gospel tracks ever. Facebook preachers with bad theology might think it’s simply a song about gettin’ more money. There’s way more to the story than that. The song goes far beyond material needs and is a plea for spiritual growth and awakening. It’s soul-stirring, literally.
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