If you want your day to explode into happy, stick around. The Gavin brothers are coming together singing to bless us this Sunday.
Just yesterday, Brother Nobles answered a question, “What is a Body of Christ song?”
First — It lines up with our doctrine. What is the message of the song, and does that message bring everything we’re singing into alignment with Jesus? If it is off in doctrine, we aren’t singing it.
These melodies will follow people from our services into their bedrooms as they’re getting ready for work, into their kitchens, their jobs, and driving in their cars. Lyrically, we don’t want to steer people away from the doctrine. Songs put words into people’s mouths—so put the right words.
Second — It has to produce the right spirit. Whatever background, if a song does not produce the spirit of the Body of Christ that will elevate and edify the kingdom of God, it does not deserve to see the light of day in our services or lives.
A great scripture for a Body of Christ song:
“What is it then? I will pray with the spirit, and I will pray with the understanding also: I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.” 1 Corinthians 14:15
If you can’t read the Bible sometimes, sing some of these songs. That is what God used David to do for Saul to drive away evil spirits.
Share this with a friend who wants to sing these songs🎵
Over to you Brother Everett, Brother Taurean, and Brother JaQuel 🖤
#StayStrongBrother #StayStrongSister #HeCaresForYouAndMe #MySoulIsHappy
And why should the shadows come?
Why should my heart feel lonely
And long for heavenly home
When Jesus is my portion?
And my constant friend is He
You know, his eye is on the little sparrow
And I know he cares for you and me
His eye is on the little sparrow
And I know God is watching over you and me
I sing because I’m free
For His eye, it is on the little sparrow
And I know He’s watching over you and me