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I became born again in 2001 as a result of my daughter leading me to the Lord. My life was spiraling out of control. The Lord pulled me from a life of sin and washed me of all my inequities and transgressions. Praise the Lord! (I love you Jesus.......Your so good to me!!!!!!!) I was living the high fluting life in a large city working in Commercial Design. The social life for me consisted of daily coctails as well as evening perks. I was ill, had addiction problems as well as severe allergies. The Lord delivered my addictions (alcohol) immediately, and gradually delivered me from all my allergies and my illnesses. Praise the Lord! Thank you Jesus! When I became born again my musical creativity changed dramatically. I always sang around the house and hummed at job sites etc. I spent a period of time alone with the Lord and it was revealed to me that my ministry was to be music ministry delivered through songs and guitar playing. I learned to play guitar when I was 10 but never took it serious, although throughout my whole life I had visions of singing and playing in front of large gatherings. When the Lord revealed to me that He would give me my own unique style to play the guitar, it happened in a most unusual way: I was peeling vegetables when I cut my thumb. It seemed to take long to heal. In my self pity I had a desire to play my guitar........only to discover that I was not able to due to the pain. I then proceeded to pick and strum my strings "upside down" so as to play a harp. This became my own unique style which has stuck with me to this day. I write my own music and lyrics through my own experiences as a Christian as well as the Lord gives me prophetic annointed songs to minister with. I have ventured through most of Canada to minister with my music as well as numerous cities in the USA. I guess you could say that I am a "Singing Evangelist". Bless you!!!!!
Paint Your LeafRead 1 Corinthians 3:5-15 to learn what will happen to our works that aren’t eternally significant and valuable.