Saturday, November 13, 2010

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11 comments:

MsKnowitAll said...

Thank you Carey... I love this song and it's just the soulfulness I needed today.

Marvin's vocals are crazy at about 1:20!

Mizrepresent said...

I love the Winans. such a consistently wonderful talent that i could listen to forever. It was nice to hear this...loved it! Hope all is well with you.

jjbrock said...

Carey this is one of my favorites.

♫Hershey's Kiss♫ said...

Amen. I love this song. I was just singing this last nite. This song just ministers to my spirit

SLC said...

Thanks

uglyblackjohn said...

Man...
I'm probably in the minority here but I can't stand most Gospel music - it just sounds like it's begging.
Public Enemy's "Show Em Whatcha' Got" is much more spiritual than many traditional songs sung in church.

CareyCarey said...

UBJ, I wasn't going to comment. I was just going to let everyone enjoy the music, but your comment begged for a response.

I don't know your position on "religion", but I do know you help a lot of people. You have a helpful soul.

As far a Gospel music is concerned, a person can't give something away that they don't have, and conversely, if the messages are not for you, you will not receive them.

However, I understand your dislike of some gospel music. If I do not feel, or know, an artist is living the song, it does not hit me in the right place. I am not judging their faith nor their convictions, however, it's obvious to me, that sometimes a few artists are simply singing for money.

CareyCarey said...

And, I listen to gospel music almost every day. On many days, it starts my day.

uglyblackjohn said...

Oh... I didn't say that it was bad music - it just doesn't sing to me.
There are a few songs that I like but most of these sing of victory and not of accepting and enduring defeat.

Religion?
Man, I wouldn't do most of the things I do without it.
Most of the time I don't want to help people - I was just taught (through religion) that one should do that which needs to be done.

CareyCarey said...

"but most of these sing of victory and not of accepting and enduring defeat"

UBJ, that is 180 degrees away from the truth!

There are hymms, service music, loyalty and courage music, praise and worship music, trial and conflict music, so, depending on what a person is looking for, and their source of imformation, one might come to a different conclusion than what you've presented.

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