This song, to me, many can relate to. It signifies our weaknesses in our spiritual journey by facing the fact that some of our fallings and failings have not just happened once, but many times. It doesn’t signify that God has left us, it usually means that we have fallen into the trap that the enemy sets that fools us into thinking that we are on our own; so we then try, and try and try and try, to no avail. Our best option? Seek God… even it is more than once.
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Originally written by Annie Hawks and Robert Lowry in 1872… I wanted to share my rendition of a song that walked with me through the darkest times of my life and testifies to my need for God at all times. I hope you enjoy it.
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I’m campaigning the the ministry through music… first on SoundCloud, now on YouTube! The tracks will begin to flow as soon as I can get funding to purchase more equipment for recording, mixing and mastering, but I invite you and anyone you know to go and listen to what We are doing. Check out BluNote records at JNI Entertainment on YouTube
I tried to keep this site focused on the inspiration of each reader that passes through, yet I am going to take a moment to share some music that I have been building starting with this song…
It simply states that the same trials of life can hit you more than once, and each time, God is there waiting for your call.
It was created in reference to the scripture from (Ecclesiastes ch.4: vs. 9-10).
BluNoteTM focuses on how the artist presents him or herself within the music and ministry of the music. Many artists are compelled to place themselves at the forefront of the music project, whether it be Hip-Hop, R&B, Country, Jazz, Blues, etc… While this method is acceptable within most of the genres, Gospel and Christian based genres are supposed to be unique and separate from this practice seeing that the actual song and/or message is not directly focused on the artist and who the artist happens to be.
The problem comes when the Gospel/Christian/Spiritual artist becomes the center focus of the music produced. When the people come to see the artist, not to hear the message, per se, there becomes a sense of confusion. The BluNote concept sees to remedy this by emphasizing the spiritual message within the music while the artist sinks into the background. This assists in the listeners focus on what is being said and who is TRULY saying it, not the one being used to relay the message to them.
-Less me, More God.