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#MusicReview: ‘Touch Of Heaven’ by Hillsong Worship
I guess you could say it was prophecy as well because it was telling what was about to come. But the quintessential WOK could also be like that. Bt-dubs, in my mind, WOK and prophecy are like species of the same thing. Just like a website and a blog-they are sort of the same thing or similar.
Enjoy this E flat minor jazz piece smothered with suspended fourths celebrating the mercies of God that are part of every believer’s inheritance in Christ.
‘Lavish’, a country piece sung on D major is indeed the best saved for last, like a gentle slow walk march past. The violins, the guitars and the calm drums are so soothing.
This is why The Experience is literally heaven on earth. I enjoyed the soothing renditions of the Planet Shakers. With them, I feel like Hillsong is closer to The Experience stage than ever before…
Canadian born singer, Avril Lavigne, released a gospel track recently called ‘Head Above Water’, where she bared her soul on her struggle with Lyme disease…when she felt like she was going to die, and so this song came out of that experience. She literally needed God to keep her alive. My heart went out to her… Let’s talk about healing and confessions.
The intro, like wine pouring into a glass, coupled with the amazing beat makes the song pop…Zeal is pure RNB on this simple rendition on B flat, reminding me of Samsong.
The Prophetic hazard is…that is why you pair your prophetic gift with patience. If you rush into what you see in the spirit without getting a full picture or clearance from God, you could ruin God’s plan for your life. Actually, you cannot ruin God’s plan for your life, but you could cause a delay…
Night of Worship is always awesome, with raw worship at its peak. I’m loving the line up of ministers. Right now I’ve been listening to Mercy Chinwo. Have y’all listened to her album??? What is your favourite track? Right now, mine is ‘Bor Ekom’, and I never left ‘Excess Love’.
There was amazing worship, accuracy in word of knowledge and prophecies, prophetic healings and an amazing release of spiritual mantles. It was prophecy like never before. God is raising an army of prophets who will bring His word to every industry in Nigeria, the nation as a whole and the church.
Sung on G Major, of course Lara George mesmerises us with her high and soronous voice and a delicious South African vibe in the soundtrack, serenading us on how no one is like God, the Ancient of Days, the one with whom there is no fear.