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Monthly Archives: January 2017


Tim Godfrey releases a new single titled ”SO GOOD” featuring the diverse group XTREME, Written by Tim Godfrey for Rox. ‘SO GOOD’ is produced and recorded by fast rising music producer SMJ. Music by Nana, SCOJ & Mairo.

This is a song of worship and faith in our God. It is my declaration that everything God does is intentional; no matter what happens, no matter how we chose to see it, good or bad.

Romans 8:28 – and we know that all things work together for good to them that love God…keep singing and saying the words of this song until your situation turns good.
It is our prayer that this song will nourish & refresh your spirit man, and help u glorify Jesus”.


Song also available on iTunes for downloads, Powered By ROX Nation

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VivaSo Rocks Sound presents a live worship event titled 90 minutes of Worship.

 

90 minutes of worship is a time set aside by God to influence the world with His divine presence through music ministrations. It is more than just singing of songs it is a time divinely orchestrated by God.

 

We believe God that this event will be full of the manifestations of the Holy Spirit, we have been told by God that many across the globe will receive healing, miracles and deliverance from the bondage of the adversary. Many will speak in new tongues and many will rekindle their relationship with the Holy Spirit. It’s a time of intimacy, a time to take our lives to the next and higher level of total worship, prosperity and success.

 

With great joy in our spirit we urge you all to participate in this epoch making event because we sure know, there is a knowing in our spirit that your lives will never remain the same.



 How to participate 



Due to the limited nature of the venue we appeal that you join us via facebook.

The link to log in and participate live on Facebook is : 


  http://www.facebook.com/ntigeli.v.viva 

 

 

 

Date : 30th January 2017

Time : 2pm

 


Multiple Award Winning Gospel Recording Artist, ONOS is back with “JEHOVAH EBENEZER”, the 4th single off her forthcoming third studio album, a worship collection series tagged ‘Songs from the Place of Prayer’. 

Produced by E-Kelly, Jehovah Ebenezer is a soothing song of worship, a heart cry of reassurance that God is indeed our very present help. 

In her words – “So many things to be thankful for,so many victories,battles won because God has been my HELPER #hallelujah.

If you are looking for peace, 
If you are looking for joy, 

If you are looking for rest of mind, 

If you are looking for the baby,a spouse,that new job,etc

Everything you need is in the Lord – #JehovahEbenezer 


Join me today as we sing/worship/ make our confessions with this song. I have worshipped with it and I’ve seen His mighty hand at work in my life”

Listen, Download and bask in the reassuring arms of Jehovah Ebenezer.

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Aijay Desmond is back again with the video of her award-winning song titled “IGWE”.

IGWE is one of the tracks off her debut album titled Say AMEN. This video was directed by Prince Soge and it features The Rock Theatre, Enugu.

A worship leader at the Highlife Church Lagos, Nigeria, Aijay is also a practicing Medical Laboratory Scientist and the Founder of Be-In-Health Foundation: a non-profit which provides FREE healthcare services and drugs to the less-privileged and people living in rural communities.



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This interesting prayer was given in Kansas, USA, at the opening session of their Senate. It seems prayer still upsets some people.

When Minister Joe Wright was asked to open the new session of the Kansas Senate, everyone was expecting the usual generalities, but this is what they heard:

“Heavenly Father, we come before you today to ask your forgiveness and to seek your direction and guidance. We know Your Word says: “Woe to those who call evil good”, but that is exactly what we have done.

We have lost our spiritual equilibrium and reversed our values.

We have ridiculed the absolute truth of Your Word and called it Pluralism.

We have worshipped other gods and called it multiculturalism.

We have endorsed perversion and called it alternative lifestyle.

We have exploited the poor and called it the lottery.

We have rewarded laziness and called it welfare.

We have killed our unborn and called it choice.

We have shot abortionists and called it justifiable.

We have neglected to discipline our children and called it building self-esteem.

We have abused power and called it politics.

We have embezzled public funds and called it essential expenses.

We have insitutionalised bribery and called it sweets of office.

We have coveted our neighbor’s possessions and called it ambition.

We have polluted the air with profanity and pornography and called it freedom of expression.

We have ridiculed the time-honored values of our forefathers and called it enlightenment.
Search us, Oh GOD, and know our hearts today; cleanse us from every sin and set us free. Amen!”

The response was immediate. A number of legislators walked out during the prayer in protest.

In 6 short weeks, Central Christian Church, where Rev. Wright is pastor, logged more than 5,000 phone calls with only 47 of those calls responding negatively.

The church is now receiving international requests for copies of this prayer from India, Africa and Korea.

With the LORD’S help, may this prayer sweep over our nation and WHOLEHEARTEDLY become our desire so that we again can be called “ONE NATION UNDER GOD.”



Many people that know me today find it hard to picture me as a rapper. 

But yeah, I was a rapper and got on stage to rap in front of crowds and my last live show was in my 2nd year in the university at the Miss UNN pageant. It was my first time rapping on stage in UNN and it was my last too.

But hey, right before then, I used to be a singer way back in secondary school (Science College). I had a boy band and we were the FLAME in our school…Oh well, we were actually known as FLAME (a.k.a Outlawz for Christ).

Okay, go ahead…laugh.

Yup. I and my friends came together and we formed that group. Almost every Sunday, we would get on stage in our school’s chapel and sing different songs, including Acapellas. We were tired of having boring chapel services and thought of how to spice things up so we and other students don’t die of boredom.

Every time we got on stage, the girls/guys used to be thrilled. You could literarily see people run out from the bush and other places they hid to ‘dodge’ evening chapel and into the hall whenever we got on stage and shouts rent the air.

People looked forward to coming to the chapel expecting us to sing. The once ‘so boring’ evening chapel became a ‘goer’ for students because we made it lit anytime we got on stage and because we never announced if we’d be on stage at any service, students showed up almost every other Sunday hoping we would get on stage.

Right as we shone on, a group of junior students came together and tried to do what we used to do and were bent on doing it ‘better’ than us. My group saw it as competition but I told them I was glad we had inspired others to join in making the Sunday evenings lit and that they’d help us keep the chapel charged when we weren’t performing.

We gave them the spot and they were the ones on stage for a while. Then, on the last Sunday before our graduation, they had planned for it to be their biggest performance but they had issues during their performance because some were trying too hard to outshine others and they ended up making a mess out of the whole thing.

I looked at my guys and told them we had to go up there. We nodded…we grouped up outside…sent word to the chapel prefect and he excitedly ran and announced that FLAME would be on stage that evening. The chapel went up in flame (pun intended) as students screamed in excitement.

We got on stage, sang and then switched to rap and yes, the place burned down (Figuratively). Screams everywhere. The whole place was something else and people actually ran and followed us when we left the stage.

After this, the younger guys met me and one of them that was close to me confessed that they had grouped up to replace us. That they had wanted to outshine us and make us irrelevant because most of his class mates felt we were ‘doing’ too much.

You see, that is the problem right there. I and my group got on stage to drive away boredom from school and make people look forward to evening chapel but these young guys actually grouped just to drive us off stage and become the ‘superstars’.

This is the conflict amongst and between generations today. Most people in the younger generation usually try to replace their peers and even those older in the profession without understanding that the original purpose of doing what is done is to better society, not to be seen as the ‘best superstars that ever liveth’.

Many of them expend their energy trying to ‘overtake’ those they should be meeting up to be mentored by or shown the light as well as those they should be ‘collaborating with’ to do better. Many run with slogans like ‘takeover’ and the rest and even pray in church asking for grace to take over and outshine others.

They miss it.

We are called to a noble cause. Whatever we do here on earth should be to better life here. Life is not a rappers’ beef/dis track. Life is more like a duet or group song with each person on it aiming to thrill the listener, not compete with the others.

We miss it when we see others as competition and expend our energy and existence on trying to outshine them or take their spot. That mentality is so much a goner.

Reach out and work with people in your field of pursuit or endeavor. We are not at war. We are all in this life together. Young people, work with each other and even an older colleague. Older people, bring the younger guys in on what you do.

Philip Asuquotes with some of his protege(s) at PAQ SESSION

Most of the professions you see today were actually started by noble men for a noble cause that would help humanity. Many young people come up and without knowing the right reins about their profession, they fly into practice with a vow to beat the others and be the best…as if that was the reason that profession was ever set up.

Let the baton of nobility be passed from generation to generation.

Let us actually know and do what we are here to do, without the faulty mentality of ‘taking over’ or outshining the other. Life is about succession. Let the noble teach the newbies and let them in turn show their peers the noble way to life on earth.



ABOUT THE WRITER

Philip Asuquotes is a strategy consultant, poimen and futurist. He studied Mass Communication in the University of Nigeria Nsukka and has been active in the sphere of branding and public relations. He is the convener of PAQ SESSION, a live intellectual and thought leadership summit. He can be reached via philipasuquotes@gmail.com or @philasuquotes on Twitter | www.thebloomsquare.com


Still on the S.W.A.G album release countdown with one song per month, multiple award winning singer and song writer Sammie Okposo is out with the song for January titled – A Marvellous Thing.

This is a song thanksgiving, telling of the things God has done.  It’s a highlife tune with elements of the Caribbean music, fused into a mix of joyous heartfelt melodic praise.  The most obvious of the instrumentals being the horns and percussions gives it an exotic highlife flavour.


Sammie Okposo is one of Africa’s finest and is globally renowned gospel music minister.

Download and enjoy this exceptional thanksgiving song.

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