Victory found only through Jesus Christ. After coming to Christ it can be easy at first to slip back into defeat. We all at one time lived as the world lives. We all know what it feels like to feel low and completely defeated. We are no longer enslaved to the world and the defeat that tags along with it. As we grow in our relationship with Jesus we not only grow spiritually but we grow in our wisdom and understanding.
This includes our understanding of the fullness of our salvation through His death on the cross. Worship is an amazing way not only for us to connect with our Lord and savior but also a great way for us to reflect on the truth of His word. He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
When we believe in Him we are transformed into a new creation. We are changed from a life of defeat to a life of victory in Jesus name. Not only did Jesus die on the cross to be an atoning sacrifice for our sins but he also rose from the grave to overcome death. We too through life in Him have overcome death and are looking forward to eternal life. Not only has death been overcome in His name but so has our defeat. When we turn toward Jesus we become transformed from the inside out.
This change not only brings new life but freedom from the old life and victory in His name. How can you say that we shall be set free? We have all experienced the bondage of our sin.
How it influenced the decisions we made and the way we treated other people. Jesus continues in John chapter 8 by saying, Now a slave has no permanent place in the family, but a son belongs to it forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.
Sin has a tight controlling hold over our lives when we live in it but when we turn from it, repent, and turn to Jesus we will be free indeed. Victory in Jesus Christ is eternal and it starts now. The moment you come to Jesus is the moment your life will never be the same. We are saved by grace through faith and this is not from ourselves it is the gift of God. God is for us, that is why he sent His one and only son into the world to die for us. If God is for us, who can be against us?
We can have confidence in our salvation and in our victory in Jesus Christ. Gone are the days of allowing the world and the different seasons of life to affect our security and hope. When we put our trust in God we find our hope in Him and He will never leave us nor forsake us. Jesus is coming back and when he comes on that glorious day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that he is Lord! Until that day He is fighting our battles as we follow the guidance of his spirit through this world.
He has rescued us and delivered us and that is something to be celebrated and shared. We live in a world that is covered in darkness, fear, and suffering, and we have the only answer.Sign In Register. Artist: Victory In Jesus! Album: Victory In Jesus! I heard an old, old story, how a Savior came from glory How He gave His life on Calvary to save a wretch like me I heard about His groaning, of His precious blood's atoning Then I repented of my sins and won the victory Oh victory in Jesus victory in Jesusmy Savior my Savior forever forever He sought me and He bought me with His redeeming blood He bought me with His blood He loved me 'ere I knew Him He loved me 'ere I knew Him and all my love is due Him and all my love is due Him He plunged me to victory beneath the cleansing flood I heard about His healing, of His cleansing power revealing How He made the lame to walk again and He caused the blind to see I cried out, "Dear Jesus" And then I cried, "Dear Jesus, come and heal my broken spirit come and heal my broken spirit" I then obeyed His blest command and gained the victory Repeat The flood I heard about a mansion He has built for me in glory And I heard about the street of gold beyond the crystal sea beyond the crystal sea The angels singing About the angels singing the old redemption story and the old redemption story Oh and some sweet day I'll sing up there the song of victory Repeat Don't you know He plunged me to victory beneath the cleansing flood I said He plunged me to victory beneath the cleansing flood I've got a victory in Jesus You've got a victory in Jesus.
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Really delete this comment? Yes No. Victory In Jesus. More Albums.The tenth volume of Verity's Gospel Greats series, subtitled "Songs of Triumph," puts a spotlight on songs that are intended to encourage perseverance and the rejuvenation of personal spirit.
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Stream or buy on:. Release Date January 21, Genre Religious. Energetic Joyous Passionate Searching Spiritual. Track Listing. We Are Overcomers. Through the Storm.
Michael McKay. Yolanda Adams. Thomas Whitfield. Vanessa Bell Armstrong. Maurette Brown Clark. No Weapon. Put Your War Clothes On. And We Overcome. JoAnn Rosario. The Storm Is Passing Over.Your Email Address:. Whitmore's Music W Alpine St. Siloam Springs, Arkansas Siloam Springs, Arkansas Phone: Copyright Play Abide Sample. In Stock: Usually ships next business day. Play After This Sample. After This. View Details or. Play Alabaster Box Sample. Alabaster Box. All Because Of Je All Because Of Jesus.
All Hail The Powe All Hail The Power. Play All I Need Sample. All I Need. Play All Is Well Sample. All Is Well. Play All Of Me Sample. All Of Me. All Of My Help. Play Already Here Sample. Already Here. Play Altar, The Sample.To print the story please do so via the link in the story toolbar. Dutch traders brought the first Africans to the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia as indentured servants.
These men and women brought West African rhythms, chants and song structures to America, which eventually led to the advent of blues, jazz and negro spirituals. Enslaved blacks sang field hollers while they are working. Usually one person said a line, then everyone responded with the following line. These were called call and response songs. The tempo of the song often depended on the speed of the work being done.
Slaves would sing about the hardships which they had endured, or, if they were African-born, what they missed from home. This was a way for the enslaved to bond over common hardships.
Larger numbers of black men and women were converted from traditional African religions to Protestant Christian denominations during the Second Great Awakening of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. At that time, Baptist and Methodist ministers appealed to the slave and free black populations, preaching a plain-styled message of hope and redemption while also catering to manners of worship that African men and women carried with them to America, including spirit possession, call-and-response singing, shouting, and dancing.
Spirituals, a form of sacred singing started by African Americans, increased in popularity as more blacks converted to Christianity. Unlike gospel music, spirituals are folk songs created by a community, not a single author. These songs often relate to stories about bondage found in the Bible.
Some sources claim that songs such as "Wade in the Water" contained explicit instructions to fugitive slaves about how to avoid capture, and the songs described routes to take to successfully escape to free states and territories.
The Emancipation Proclamation January 1, did not end slavery in the nation because it was limited in many ways. It applied only to states that had seceded from the Union, leaving slavery untouched in the loyal border states. It also expressly exempted parts of the Confederacy that had already come under Northern control. Most important, the freedom it promised depended upon Union military victory.
Listen to this arrangement of a Negro spiritual created by the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Notably, The Jubilee Singers' performances were a departure from the familiar "black minstrel" genre of white musicians performing in blackface. As they toured the United States, audiences came to appreciate the singers' voices. The Jubilee Singers are credited with the early popularization in the lateth century of the Negro spiritual tradition among white and Northern audiences, many of whom were previously unaware of the existence of this musical tradition.
Tindley was a noted songwriter and composer of gospel hymns and is recognized as one of the founding fathers of American gospel music. His composition "I'll Overcome Someday" is credited by some observers to be the basis for the U.These black gospel artists bring a power and spirit I can only dream of replicating when I lead worship.
Subscribe to the Worship Leader Podcast here. This song knocked me out when I first heard it. I decided this was the gospel song I was finally going to try in my church. So we got the predominantly white worship team together, rehearsed it like crazy. Yep, it came out like a long-lost U2 song. Nothing like the original. Evans brings insane intensity and vocal prowess to this number. Like call and response. Walker performs this masterfully.
He naturally calls out and leads the choir and the onlookers in this video with the spoken word. If I were to try this, it would sound more like Weird Al Yankovic calling out the next line of my latest polka.
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Start Leading Worship. Learn How To Start Free. Subscribe To This Podcast. This is one of my all-time favorite worship songs of any style. Now I only wish I could do it justice! You can expect your first new worship song suggestion soon! Anyone can be a song leader, but it takes a special anointing to lead people in worship. Jonathan Nelson brings worship leading to the next level with this song. No matter what your background, you can learn something from this guy. I still remember hearing this song on secular radio when it first came out.
God wants every worship leader to lead his people as skillfully as Hammond does here. In this tune, JJ Hairston uses his choir to bring a new power through call and response. Truly inspiring!
Leonard and Sheard absolutely wreck you with this powerhouse tune. Houghton and one of my favorite bands, Elevation Worship, team up and demonstrate how the best of two genres of worship can be combined with fantastic results. Drenched in sweat, walking every inch of the stage, speaking and singing into the lives of the congregation.
In my dreams. This song is another mind-blowing example of a true worship leader at work. McDowell brings a new power as he leads his massive ensemble and congregants. The idea of call and response is an unpracticed art for me and most majority-white churches.
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