How are you today? Are you doing well or is there something bothering you? Whether you are the richest person in the world, or the smartest person, you can’t escape from troubles. Part of being human is going through hardship. We may not like it but the trials in our life will mold us into a better person and will draw us closer to God.
Rhonda Vincent And Her Album Taken
Rhonda Vincent “God is Watching” is the number 11 track on her album Taken. The album was released in 2010, under the Upper Management Music. Vincent’s album included a special guest from the legendary country singer, Dolly Parton. Richard Marx, Little Roy Lewis, and The Next Best Thing also provided background vocals in her album. Vincent’s “God is Watching” is a traditional gospel song that stands out from her album. She never fails to create gospel songs that are truly inspirational and moving. Vincent’s band The Rage provided background instruments and vocals for her in this song.
The Song’s Content
When you are being bothered by many things, this song will definitely make you forget about all of your worries. The song reminds us that God is always there to lift up all the burden and sorrow you are facing today. God will guide us in life and will never forsake us. He will take away all our sins and cleanse our soul in order to make us pure. Sometimes when you feel like you have been working hard and nothing is paying off, you just want to quit, pray to God and He will not let you give up.
It is said that God allows us to go through trials in life not because He is punishing us, but because He wants us to trust in Him. God wants us to call His name and ask for His help. Therefore, today call upon the Lord and ask Him to guide and help you. Cast your burden on Him for God will carry it for you. When your down and weary, look up, God is always there.
Rhonda Vincent recently received her first ever Grammy awards for “Best Bluegrass Album,” last January 2018. Vincent tied with The Infamous Stringdusters. Vincent was also proclaimed by The Wall Street Journal as the “New Queen of Bluegrass.“