NEW SINGLE OUT NOW! (KPANSA KPANSA by Testimony Mr Jaga)

It has been five inspiring months since the great announcement made by the man of God Reverend Chris Oyakhilome of the year 2019 to be the Year of Lights. Many powerful things have happened since the new year began and we have so much to thank God for already!

One man is ready to tell the whole world just how good God is – the highly admired and talented Fuji-pop artist and Gospel minister, Testimony Mr Jaga. You may recall his first single that came out earlier this year, called Not Enough. Well, he is back with more and this one is all about living in the glory of God!

“KPANSA KPANSA”, which translates to mean “More testimonies” is a song that will keep you praising the Lord for all He has given you while looking forward with expectation for greater and greater glory to come. After all, His Word promises in Haggai 2:9 that “The glory of the latter shall be greater than the former”.

Make sure to check out the new single by the one and only, Testimony Mr Jaga, Produced by JMOSES, and inspired by LoveWorld President, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s powerful word for this Year of Lights!

 

(KPANSA KPANSA LYRICS)

(Intro)
Oshe
Testi Jaga
Testimony
Kpansa
Kpansa kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Kpansa kpansa kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Kpansa kpansa kpansa
Wangba

You think God is done with you
Or this is the best you can be or have
Give God more chance oshe

You think you’ve seen Blessings before oh
Wait for God oh
You’ll see more more more blessings
You think you’ve seen favour before oh
Wait for God oh
You’ll see more more more  favour oh
You think you’ve seen money before
Oya wait for God oh
You’ll see more more  more money
You think this is the best you can be
Oya wait for God oh
You’re making history

(Chorus)
God is taking me (to where)
From glory to glory
Jehovah is taking me (to where)
From glory to glory
God is taking us (to where)
From glory to glory (we love you Jesus)
Jehovah is taking us (to where)
From glory to glory

Part 1 leshiri
Part 2 mgbole yin
Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9
My blessings can never end

Them go hear more  more testimonies 
Ala
Kpansa kpansa
Them go hear kpansa kpansa
Testimony Kpansa
This is the morning of my life
Kpansa (2x)
I’m just starting God never finish it
Testimony Kpansa (2x)
I’m favoured in everywhere
Kpansa (2x)
My light is shining in every nation
Testimony Kpansa (2x)
My testimonies is everywhere
Kpansa (2x)

Them go hear 
Kpansa
Kpansa kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Kpansa kpansa kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Kpansa kpansa kpansa
Wangba

You think you have good job
Wait for God oh
Till you become job giver
You think you live in good house
Oya wait for God oh
Till you become estate owner
You think God is done with you
Oya wait for God oh
This is just the rehearsal
Oh people laughing at you
Oya wait for God oh
Very soon they’ll celebrate you
Your miracles has come
Your blessings have come
Your marriage has come
Your baby is on the way

Miracle has come
Your blessings have come
Your marriage has come
Your baby is on the way

(Chorus)
God is taking me (to where)
From glory to glory
Jehovah is taking me
From glory to glory
God is taking us
From glory to glory (from glory to glory)
Jehovah is taking us
From glory to glory

Part 1 leshiri
Part 2 mgbole yin
Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9
My blessings can never end

Them go hear more  more testimonies 
Ala
Kpansa kpansa
Them go hear kpansa kpansa
Testimony Kpansa
This is the morning of my life
Kpansa (2x)
I’m just starting God never finish it
Testimony Kpansa (2x)
I’m favoured in everywhere
Kpansa (2x)
My light is shining in every nation
Testimony Kpansa (2x)
My testimonies is everywhere
Kpansa (2x)
I’m making history I’m breaking history
Testimony Kpansa

Kpan sa Kpan sa kpan sa 
Kpansa (2x)

SPEAKING IN TONGUES
Testimony Kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Testimony Kpansa
Kpansa (2x)

00:00


Testimony kpansa (2x)
Testimony
Them go hear
Kpansa
Kpansa (2x)
Thank you everybody

Lyrics from: https://xclusivegospel.com/2019/05/10/testimony-kpansa-kpansa/

Aretha Franklin’s Live Gospel Album Finally to Reach the Cinema – “Amazing Grace”

On August 16th we will remember one year since Aretha Franklin left our world and imprinted our hearts forever. A day that will remain in history as a day we all lost a bit of soul. Imagining a world of music without such an incredible talent has in no way become any easier with time. She was not only an astounding vocalist, but a lover of many with an infectious spirit, and a timeless icon in gospel music.

Whether you are a believer in Christ or not, some performers carry a sense of godliness in them that comes from their spirit when they sing. Franklin was one of those vocalists that causes you to look to God because of the richness of the soul in everything she did and in each performance.

In 1972, at the age of thirty years old, Aretha Franklin was hosted by the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church of Los Angeles, California for a two-night special performance. However, no one could have believed this would become the biggest selling live gospel album in history. Altogether, the production was set to be a powerful and moving expression of art and media but was left untouched (for the most part) and unseen by most of the world, until now.

The art of Reconstruction

The new film titled Amazing Grace is one of its kind. The phenomenon of mixing media and arts to produce something wonderful that has never been done before is not simply creating something that is new but rather an entire experience that has never been had. Oscar winner Sydney Pollack was brought on to direct multicamera footage of the entire two-day performance, all taking place in the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church.

Due to the quality and abilities of filmography from the early 1970s being much less advanced than what we consider to be ‘workable’ now, the footage sat unedited for decades. It was not until very recently that the correct digital editing technology was even created to reconstruct the footage. Producer Alan Elliot became interested in the project that was becoming more relevant as film production became more advanced.

The Worship Experience

The Guardian describes Elliot’s work on the film by Pollack to capture both the hive of musical activity and fervor or religious ecstasy that thronged through that church all those years ago. There is always a greater sense of intimacy between the artists and listeners when there is a raw visual performance, much like the experience of going to a concert versus listening in your headphones. Amazing Grace brings us directly into the intimacy of that worship experience that took place almost 50 years ago.

Overall, the project is one of its kind that has never been done before. The art of bringing an audience into such an intimate and spirit-filled experience that was had so long ago and giving it new power and strength constitutes an utter masterpiece. The film has had a gradual release, as it has been featured throughout 2018 in various film festivals across the US. It officially released in the UK last week, with additional scheduled releases in other countries throughout the summer. Check out the official trailer for Aretha Franklin’s new tribute film “Amazing Grace”

#BETSundayBest is back!

You have probably heard the names Kierra Sheard, Mary Mary, Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, Bebe and Cece Winans, and Kirk Franklin. But what do all these incredible talents have in common? Black Entertainment Television (BET) Gospel music singing competition called Sunday Best is hosted and judged by each one of these brilliant artists and personalities. BET released the first episode of the inspiring reality series in October of 2007.

http://myhoustongospel.com/2019/01/bet-sunday-best-to-return-spring-2019/

Since the original release date, the series has produced and aired eight consecutive seasons. Sunday Best was on the air, and doing well, through the summer of 2015. Finale winner, Dathan Thigpen, was a familiar face to all who were following the competition from the 3rd season. Though Thigpen was voted off at the time, he returned to give the competition his all in the final season – he took the stage and all of our hearts! The series rounded out with an overwhelming response from fans and such a strong presence of God, as all glory and praise throughout the competition was given to Him.

After taking what was thought to be their final bow, judges and host, Kirk Franklin never would have imagined the competition to start up again for a ninth season. Yet, here we are. It is 2019 and BET recently announced the show’s return to the network, coming June 2019. You can expect some familiarity but look out for a total revamp of the complete design and production. Judges will include, again, the one and only Erica Campbell from Mary Mary, along with Kelly Price and Jon McReynolds.

While each season has started out with ten contestants in the past, the new season will gather a group of twenty aspiring Gospel singers from all over the world. The audition locations include Dallas, Atlanta, Johannesburg, and London. You can expect to see amazing talent come out, from both near and far. With so many other reality television programs clouding the networks today, it is encouraging to see the Lord’s name lifted high in the media, across so many varying audiences. These upcoming stars will be recognized and known for their praise, and while the competition will be strong between the contestants, God is the One to receive all the glory.

Make sure to get caught up if you have not yet seen the older seasons and tune in on June 30th for the premiere of season 9! Watch Sunday Best on BET every Sunday night and vote for your favorite Gospel singers. In previous seasons, the winner received a national recording contract, a cash prize and the esteemed title of “Sunday Best”. It has not yet been confirmed if the rewards will be the same for the winners this time around, but we are sure it will be something you do not want to miss!

If you want to follow the performances and updates on Instagram and Twitter, check out #BETSundayBest and don’t forget to vote!