Wintley Phipps Beautiful 'I Surrender All' Performance

Wintley Phipps Beautiful 'I Surrender All' Performance

The video starts with Wintley Phipps, a Trinidadian-American singer, songwriter, record producer, and minister, standing in front of a microphone singing the popular hymn, ‘I Surrender All.’ 

His rendition is powerful as his Bass-baritone voice comes through. You can’t help stop what you are doing to listen to him. 

The hymn ‘I Surrender All’ was written by an American art teacher and musician who later surrendered his life to Christian service, Judson W. Van Deventer. It was put to music by Winfield S. Weeden and published in 1896. The song soon became popular in most Christian churches as it still is today.  

Billy Graham studied and fellowshipped with Judson and said he greatly influenced him in earlier preaching. 

Many artists have recorded ‘I Surrender All’, including Glen Campbell, Carman, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, and Newsboys. 

As the lyrics state, 

“I surrender all,
I surrender all,
All to thee, my blessed Savior,
I surrender all.”

The song is a reminder that we need to surrender all to God and give ourselves to him. The lyrics are strong and easy to remember and it is easy to reflect on them during times in your life when you need the reminder. 

The comments talk about how this song is a reminder to surrender to God. One states, “Lord I surrender all to you, bring me closer to you daily, Beautiful singing and beautiful song, God bless you my dear brother in Christ” and another says, “Thank you Whitley for sending this Hymn. One of my favorites.  You did an amazing presentation of this. I needed this. You have Blessed me Amen” about Wintley’s performance. 

“And he went a little farther, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as you will.” - Matthew 26:39

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