WHAT KIND OF CHRISTIAN MUSIC BLESSES YOUR HEART?

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VCO

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ENJOY! GIVE ME JESUS


[video=youtube;DmR0z4EWUjw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmR0z4EWUjw[/video]
 

VCO

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BE STILL and KNOW THAT I AM GOD

[video=youtube;ukF__x-Xd0E]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukF__x-Xd0E[/video]
 

VCO

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IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL, a real BLESSING by Wintley Phipps:

[video=youtube;E8HffdyLd0c]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8HffdyLd0c[/video]
 

VCO

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ENJOY! GIVE ME JESUS


[video=youtube;DmR0z4EWUjw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmR0z4EWUjw[/video]

That song makes me cry, because of the background. I am almost Positive they are sitting off to the Right of the Trail in the REDWOOD FOREST, that was our personal favorite to walk, when my wife and I used to live in Crescent City, CA. You can see part of the trail in the background when the camera backs up. She passed away two years ago, oh how I miss her.
 

VCO

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That song makes me cry, because of the background. I am almost Positive they are sitting off to the Right of the Trail in the REDWOOD FOREST, that was our personal favorite to walk, when my wife and I used to live in Crescent City, CA. You can see part of the trail in the background when the camera backs up. She passed away two years ago, oh how I miss her.
More about the Simple FAITH of the Couple that made that video above, Give Me Jesus:

[video=youtube;6v9x5s_a8v8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v9x5s_a8v8[/video]
 
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I really love The Hillsong, Planet Shakers, Su Presencia, those kind f groups.
[video=youtube;rwLHr9vNwcQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwLHr9vNwcQ[/video]
 

VCO

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The Pure BLESSING of a Classic Oldie:


[video=youtube;3ajY-xEw6ZU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ajY-xEw6ZU[/video]
 

VCO

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THIS ONE IS FOR THOSE WHO NEED TO LAUGH ONCE IN AWHILE. The comic's name is Mark Lowry, and he really is a Christian Stand Up Comic. However what most people do not know is he is an Author and Songwriter. His most famous SONG is: "MARY DID YOU KNOW". Mark Lowry - Christian Comedian for Hire in Nashville, TN


[video=youtube;6l1W8_VXgs4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l1W8_VXgs4[/video]
 

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MARY DID YOU KNOW:

[video=youtube;C1DZA_TdBBI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1DZA_TdBBI[/video]
 

VCO

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Many here know little of Nothing about the Cherokee Religion before the white man came.

Here is a short article that about their riligion, and it was VERY Christian-like:

The Cherokee People are called "A ni yun wi yah" and is translated into "People of God" or "Principled People". The Cherokee always believed in the Supreme Being or "Ye ho waah" and monotheist. They believed that Ye ho waah could not be seen, who created life, and resided in heaven and on earth through purified people. They did not believe in idolatry but instead adored the Great Spirit and believed he was the giver and taker of life. Cherokee's believed that the Great Spirit gave man animals and vegetables so that they may survive and praise him for these things. Cherokee people who declared there existed three entities above, who were always joined together in action and spirit, and were of the same mind. It was said that these three entities were always one in sentiment, in thought and action. The Great Spirit created all things and governed all things.

The Cherokees never gave special adoration or worship to any images, dead men, evil spirits, extraterrestrial luminaries or any human-created being or personage. The Cherokee people were loyal and obedient to Ye ho waah and believed that worship was necessary to maintain a fruitful life. When the people were all seated for worship, the priest also known as U ku wi a hi (Uku), would commence his speech. The Uku would tell the Cherokees to obey Ye ho waah in every respect, telling people they must do all that he directed them to, do worship him in all they do, and to never disobey him secretly because they were never alone because Ye ho waah was with them. They were never to indulge in idle or vain conversation, or call others bad names. The children were told to behave and obey their parents so they may please Ye ho waah.

The Cherokees believed that if they did right and followed the beliefs of the tribe, they would dwell with Ye ho waah forever and if they did not, they were to spend eternity in a lake of fire. Other names for Ye ho waah were Oo n hlah nau hi, meaning ‘Maker of all things,’ or Cah luh luh ti a hi, ‘The One who lives above.’ It was also in their believe that Ye ho waah came to earth at times to teach the Cherokee lessons and to guide them through their problems. Ye ho waah commanded the Cherokee people to rest from all work, including harvest and hunt, on the seventh day and to show their adoration for him by holding their hands entirely still while they rested with their palms open and upward towards the sky on their knees. The people were to stop and be by themselves to talk to the Supreme Being that dwells on high on the seventh day.

The Cherokee did not use the word “religion,” but, every part of their world had a sacred connection or religious meaning. Spirtuality was everything to the Cherokee people. They believed the world should have balance, harmony, cooperation, and respect within the community and between people and nature.
Certain numbers also play an important role in the religious ceremonies of the Cherokee. The numbers four and seven repeatedly occur in myths, stories and ceremonies. Four represents all the familiar forces (earth, wind, water, and fire), also represented the east, west, north and south. The number seven represents the seven clans of the Cherokee, and are also associated with directions. In addition to the four cardinal directions, three others exist. Up (the Upper World), down (the Lower World) and center (where we live, and where ‘you’ always are). The number seven also signified the number of days it took Ye hoo waah to make the world. The number seven also represents the height of purity and sacredness, a difficult level to attain. https://cherokeereligion.weebly.com/before.html
If anybody is looking for proof that descendents of NOAH imigrated across a frozen land mass that later became the Bering Sea, and down into great plains of the USA.



I would say the ancient Cherokee Religion, is the proof of the Cherokee Tribe's link to NOAH.

That being said, Here is a CHEROKEE SONG handed down for generations, about the GREAT SPIRIT:

[video=youtube;YhcgX1VHsgk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhcgX1VHsgk[/video]
 
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Songs of worship and praise done a cappella.

I LOVE to hear the beauty of GOD's creations.....the voice.

Where I attend the whole congregation sings together


Eph. 5:19 SPEAKING to yourselves in psalms & hymns & spiritual SONGS,... SINGING & making the melody in your heart.... TO the Lord

Have a good day
 

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THANK YOU VCO......this brought such joy to my heart
Very kind of you

Have a blessed tomorrow
 

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Michael English

Gaither Vocal Band
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Christian Metal - Demon Hunter, August Burns Red, Skillet, Devil Wears Prada, etc.
 
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[video=youtube;luVCFyytVTE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luVCFyytVTE[/video]
 

VCO

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My Favorite Instrument to Listen to, maybe if the Lord wants to give me a little more time, I would like to learn:

[video=youtube;czP-R1ZUxSw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czP-R1ZUxSw[/video]
 

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[video=youtube;Vx-aJrd-gmo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx-aJrd-gmo[/video]

This song brings me to tears every time I listen to it... How Jesus understands what we are going through because He experienced it too.. A reminder that He is with us every day, praying and fighting for us.. no matter what.

I hope this will bless others as much as it did me...
 

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A co-worker introduced this song many yrs ago, and i still find it music that blesses the heart.

[video=youtube;B6XjcS3eZbg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6XjcS3eZbg&list=RDGMEMMib4QpREwENw3_jAc0Y gNwVMW3NcXlN36EQ&index=15[/video]
 

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[video=youtube;GDWQHTXvZaU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDWQHTXvZaU[/video]

I like a lot this musician, Gypsy Carns, known as "the Blues preacher". He plays blues, country and rock, we can download all his songs in his ofiicial site.