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He's Got The World World In His Hands' Wintley Phipps Upbeat Rendition

He's Got The World World In His Hands' Wintley Phipps Upbeat Rendition

This version of ‘He's Got The World World In His Hands’ is not to be missed. Wintley Phipps is a Trinidadian-American singer, songwriter, and minister with a deep bass-baritone voice. 

His rendition of this popular song is moving and powerful. Reminding you of who God is and his purpose for this world.

‘He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands’ is a traditional African-American spiritual published in 1927. The song became more mainstream when a 13-year-old English singer named Laurie London released a take on it in 1957. 

Over the years others have released their versions of the song such as Mahalia Jackson, whose version hit the top charts in 1958, or singers such as Marian Anderson, Nina Simone, Odetta, James Booker, Andy Williams, and Pat Boone. 

You can also find the song in movies such as Con Air and Rocketman. You probably remember learning the song at some point in your life and have taught it to the younger generations.

The song reminds us that God has the world in his hands and is in control of everything. It reminds us that we shouldn’t worry because he has us, every single one of us. God is here and cares about everything that we do and everything that happens to us.

The lyrics, “He’s got the little tiny baby in His hands. He’s got the little tiny baby in His hands. He’s got the little tiny baby in His hands, he’s got the whole world in His hands” talks about the fact that he cares about everyone, even the smallest among us.

There is so much going on in the world today that can stress us out, both in our personal lives and those around us. Having a song like this to remind us of God’s nature is a comfort. 

“The earth is the LORD's, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein.” - Psalms 24:1

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