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My world needs you

Hello everyone,

It’s a cold day here in Dublin, but I’m happy and grateful for life, despite being a little more tired than usual for a Tuesday.

Today I have a song to share. It’s not a new song, and I’ve heard it quite a few times, but this afternoon, as I was thinking and asking God for grace over all aspects of my life, the song took on a new depth for me.

The song is called My World Needs You, by Kirk Franklin, and a few other artistes.

I really hope someone is blessed by listening. 🙂

May God bless you all, and may all of us in desperate need of God’s help always remember that He is AN EVER present help in times of trouble, and actually at all times.

 

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Hey, my name is Alheri and I'm obsessed with Jesus. This blog is me keeping my promise to Him for answering a prayer. Purple is my favorite color and my favorite scripture is Jeremiah 32:27 which says "Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me?" (KJV) You can contact me at msalheri@gmail.com

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  1. egor f egbe says

    One, when you posted the song by Prince Nicco Mbarga, my computer opened it. And I listened to it. Your aatachments in the past 2 or 3 posts refused to open. The system tells me that the ‘video is not available’. Well I know it should be a good heavenly song. I have not heard it before.

    But you know what? There is something about music. It is universal. One day I was playing an Ethiopian song in my car stereo system. And the police stopped us for checks. many of us. So I stopped. and wound down my glass in now damaged MB 200 flat engine. A few people heard the ranting from my car.

    They did not understand Swahili. I don’t either. But many people were slowly attracted to my car. Guess what? When I put them to the test, to guess where that music was coming from, no one got it right, but they were all happy to hear the sound….some nodding even faster than an agama that fell off the iroko branch.

    I think when we listen to music, we mostly think of God. Else how come a few people from a far away land and diverse background come together to produce mixed sounds from an assemblage of sometimes old unscrupulous instruments make us to keep quiet at first and even command us intuitively to start nodding our heads, moving our feet and even start dancing at their rhythms without us even seeing them?
    God is great.

    Daddy

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    • What a wonderful story Daddy! But I’m guessing you mean the song was in Amharic? (that’s Ethiopia’s language haha).

      I have no idea why the song is not playing, probably copyright based on location, maybe?

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