Heaven’s Champion is a tribute to every hero, past or present who has made it possible for us to believe that anything is possible. Our parents, mentors, leaders and everyone who has inspired us in no small way deserves to be celebrated.
Joan Paul, a multiple award winning recording and performing artist recorded this masterpiece in celebration and appreciation to our MVPs whose lives and actions have impacted us greatly. Heaven needed a champion and that is why God gave them to us and every time they speak or act we are sure of winning again.
Father of Mercy was inspired by how merciful our God and Father is, by sacrificing his son, Jesus Christ on the cross to pay the price for our sins. So even when we were still sinners, he showed us mercy. Many verses in the bible remind us of God’s mercy for us. The Bible relates mercy to love and forgiveness.
As Pope Francis writes in Misericordiae Vultus, “the mercy of God is not an abstract idea, but a concrete reality with which he reveals his love as of a father or a mother, moved to the very depths out of love for their child.
Psalm 103:12 assures us that as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us. That means that our heavenly father never holds a grudge or brings up our past as he is a father of mercy. His words also in Matthew 11, 28-30 tells us to come to him and he will give us rest.
Following Christ frees us from carrying the burdens of our sins because he has already done that work for us.
Father of Mercy as song is a call for us all to return to God our father, who promises to all of us, a relationship based on forgiveness, compassion, love, reconciliation, truth and mercy.
Dr UD Obi is passionate about spreading the word of God through music. Dr UD Obi other songs can be accessed through her youtube channel and it includes, Christ is Born to Us and The Kingdom is You both released in 2021
Dr UD Obi holds a doctorate degree in Engineering and is also a keen entrepreneur.
Ugandan Gospel singer, Dr Suudi got saved and accepted Jesus as his savior around 1998. Born Masudi Ngobe in 1986 to a moslem father and Christian mother, Dr Suudi as he is fondly referred to by friends and fans, worked as a radio presenter with one of the biggest radio stations in Uganda, Super FM where he was also pursuing his music career producing songs like Chipolopolo that was a big song in the gospel fraternity in East Africa.
His latest single “Nkwagala Nnyo” is a song that expresses Dr Suudi’s love for God. According to him, “It basically comes as a result of what I went through as a person and my family during the first Covid 19 wave. At some point me and the entire family was down with the Coronavirus.
With poor health service delivery, very expensive covid treatment and ending up in Intensive care on Life support had me believing only in God for a second change which HE granted me. Reflecting on all the hardships, struggles and wonders God did for me and my people, we came up With song “Nkwagala Nnyo” explaining our gratitude to the Almighty”.
Dr Suudi is a certified voice over artist. CEO at wave records, a professional radio host, producer of credible commercial ads, emcee, husband, entrepreneur and father.
“Nkwagala Nnyo” is available for download below;
US based Gospel music minister & instrumentalist Philip Olaomi has released a new collection of Traditional Folk Gospel music. He simply titled the body of work “Yoruba Worship Songs.”
Apparently rendered in the Yoruba language of Western Nigeria, it is a collection rich with native accompaniment. The songs come from a place of yieldedness and use utterances in the glorification of the great God.
It has a deep spiritual connection that is sure to get you dancing and pour out your heart to our God. “Yoruba Worship Songs” was recorded with some low frequency depths, which helps to balance emotions and elevate mood.
The collection which is the first volume is in five episodes. The tracks are between 14 and 22 minutes. Philip Olaomi has hinted about videos for each episode and the release date will be announced soon.
“I will encourage listening to this music with some good low frequency speakers.
This “Yoruba Worship Songs” will envelop you with God’s love that never runs dry.” – Philip Olaomi